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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

iPhone chat is the newest chat application that has started appealing to the chat fanatics all over the world. Chatting has evolved over the years and the latest chat applications offer an experience that is almost equal to face to face chatting. iPhone chat now takes chat to a new dimension by allowing chatting on the move. It is real time chatting using smart applications where the communication goes back and forth between online users. iPhone chat can be done on a computer and on the phone instrument itself, depending on what the users prefer. iPhone chat uses various applications that allow users to chat with each other.

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Doom has always had a sweet spot in many hearts, due to the original Doom, Doom II, and the more recent Doom III iteration. Id software has now extended the franchise into the mobile regime, releasing Doom Resurrection for the iPhone and iPod touch. Although this iPhone-only version is “on-rails,” which may turn off some hardcore gamers, it ultimately controls much more successfully than other free-roaming 3D games on the app store. By being on-rails, Doom is essentially a theme park ride, taking you from location to location automatically without your input. Although you can control where your character aims his weapon, the computer does not let you navigate through the Mars space station setting, instead moving you along a fixed path predetermined by the developers.

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bleep!BOX (App Store link) is a combination drum machine and synthesizer for your iPhone or iPod Touch.

bleep!BOX has no samples, because everything is generated in realtime, meaning you can tweak to your heart’s content. It also means you won’t get stuck reusing the same sounds over and over. bleep!BOX is not a simple toy – you can make real music. It’s great for house, hip-hop, R&B, electronica, drum ‘n’ bass, techno, trance and more.

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The Drum Kit app now offers users the enjoyment of playing on electronic drums, in addition to the traditional acoustic set - this is an upgrade to the premier drum app for iPhone and iPod Touch from CrimsonJet. The electronic theme, the first of many themes that will be released with Drum Kit 3.0, is reminiscent of drum machines from the 80’s and 90’s. Users have the option of playing with a variety of sounds, including, rock, hip-hop, techno and jazz on both the acoustic and electronic sets.

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Quickly learn what is safe for you to eat, how foods are prepared and what questions to ask when ordering meals in Indian, Italian and Steak restaurants around the corner from your home or while traveling around the world!  With iEatOut Gluten & Allergen Free™, you can quickly, discreetly & easily.

If you would like to give the application a test run first, then iEatOut LITE is for you. iEatOut Gluten & Allergen Free LITE™ is a FREE taste of the full version of the iEatOut Gluten & Allergen Free™. With the LITE version, you can.

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We all know by now how cool our iPhones are and what it can do. Now it’s more a question of what can it not do? Well, one more thing that it can do is become a glow stick. This new avatar of the iPhone comes to us courtesy spielwerk’s iGlowStick.

To ignite the stick, you need to break it. There are twelve designs to choose from. The tab on the left bottom side of the screen lets you replace the current stick with a fresh one. You can also choose another design using the right bottom tab.

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Monday, August 17, 2009

Nashua’s Transparent Language has taken its Byki software, which creates “flashcard” vocabulary lessons on the iPhone and iPod touch, and added a Twitter search so that users can see native speakers’ Tweets and find out how people online are using the words and phrases in conversations.

With the iPhone application, users learn the language through a flashcard method, O’Donnell said. With the Twitter add-on, the user can click an icon on their screen and see in real time how the words and phrases are being used.

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BURLINGAME, Calif.—When giants fight, smaller companies can get squashed. Just ask Riverturn Chief Executive Kevin Duerr.

Apple pulled the Durham, N.C.-based company’s application, Voice Central, from the iPhone’s App Store last month. The move came as Apple rejected an app submitted by Google that would have made it easier to use the company’s Google Voice service on the iPhone.

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Sunday, August 16, 2009

iPhones across the world have had MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) capability since the iPhone 3GS was released on June 19. Apple declared that AT&T would make MMS available to its customers in “late summer” of this year.

Well it’s getting close to crunch time for AT&T. Last time we checked, the second half of August can be referred to as “late summer” here in the Northern Hemisphere. There’s been no MMS news except for disgruntled iPhone owners complaining.

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RadTech has announced Styloid 2.0, its latest soft-tip precision stylus for the iPhone and iPod touch, or other touch-control displays. The Styloid is designed to resemble the style of a pen, and provides users with a tool for either controlling their touchscreen or pressing small buttons.

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Here are the best apps for turning your iPhone into a time-killing hub. Whether you want to stream your music collection to your iPhone or take great pictures in low light, we have just the right app.

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