Posts Tagged ‘mobile apps’
  • iBrowseTwo brings multitasking to your web browsing experience.
    by Mike
    Posted April 10th, 2009 at 4:39 am
    If you are the type that loves multitasking and loves your iPhone but hate how you can only see one site at a time in mobile Safari, iBrowseTwo, developed by 7sql, is here to fill you life with a little more enlightenment.  Said application allows iPod Touch and iPhone users to have to web pages displayed at the same time, side-by-side on the screen effectively doubling your enjoyment...right?!  Controls as far as navigation around individual web pages as well as handling linking and such...
  • Microsoft recants $99 for app updates
    by Mike
    Posted March 30th, 2009 at 5:12 pm
    In what was most certainly a ridiculous and blatant move centered around greed, Microsoft was imposing a $99 fee for app submissions over 5 submission in a year. Ok so that wasn't that bad. The real kicker was that app updates were included. A developer can easily go through 5 updates in a year for a single app let alone a library of apps. Under the old rules, if a developer released an update as simple as a bug patch longer than a week after the original apps release, that update was coun...
  • More Android Market details emerge
    by Mike
    Posted February 17th, 2009 at 11:23 am
    Even though we've already talked about a the Android Market already, more has been let loose today.  I'll get right to the meat of the story. Returns are allowed!  Take that Apple!  The buyer has 24 hours to "return" the app.  So now don't feel so bad about clicking that "buy" button and wondering if you're really getting a good app or not. Purchased apps can be re-downloaded and re-installed as many times as you want.  (Only seems fair seeing as how you paid for it) Upgrades ar...
  • G1 getting turn-by-turn on February 24th
    by Mike
    Posted February 12th, 2009 at 9:14 am
    If you are the type that loves portability you probably hate carrying 5 different gadgets around with you.  In the age of iPhones, G1's and Palm Pre's coupled with outstanding app stores, all-in-one devices are quickly becoming a reality.  Your smartphone can now do a number of things that just a few short years ago were mere dreams of a select few visionaries.  G1 users who long for some guidance in this world will have something to look forward to.  February 24th... (more...)...
  • Android app, “Memory Up”, makes Android fans weep.
    by Mike
    Posted January 25th, 2009 at 9:13 pm
    Android users' biggest claim to fame is the "openness" of their mobile OS of choice.  However, too much of a good thing can always lead to trouble.  This posts one of those posts.  An Android app that goes by the name of "Memory Up" is causing major issues on Android phones.  Are the issues really that bad?  Why yes, yes they are.  For starters, the app will apparently erase whatever is stored on your microSD card, completely vaporized their contacts, spammed their email inboxes enoug...
  • Blackberry Application Center now accepting submissions!
    by Mike
    Posted January 19th, 2009 at 7:27 pm
    Blackberry users have reason to celebrate today as applications for RIM's Blackberry Application Center are now being accepted.  The Application Center is currently slated to open to the masses in March of this year.  The submission of Apps is the start of hopefully something great from RIM.  I am excited to see how they run their own App Center.   Source: Mobile Whack...
  • Sim City now available in App Store!
    by Mike
    Posted December 17th, 2008 at 10:51 pm
    I'm not going to lie, I am a HUGE Sim City fan, forget the fan that I'm terrible at actually sustaining a city and my townsfolk always end up hating me and moving away.  Back on topic, this game is awesome.  I've only had it for 30 minutes but am loving it already.  If you are a huge Sim City fan do not pass this up!  Head over to the App Store and pick up your copy of sweet goodness for $9.99!...
  • Apple approved MMS for iPhone a go…In Sweden…Not US :(
    by Mike
    Posted November 20th, 2008 at 4:53 pm
    It what is to many U.S. iPhone users gut wrenching news, iPhone users in Sweden will soon be able to claim something no other iPhone user in any other country can claim...Apple approved MMS.  According to Macworld Sweden, Apple has given Telia, the iPhone carrier in Sweden, the go ahead for developing their own MMS app for the iPhone.  A release time frame is currently somewhere around 2 months!  For us U.S. users, someone will either have to find a way to maybe hack/copy the Swedish version,...
  • The dirty side of the Android App Store
    by Mike
    Posted October 28th, 2008 at 1:12 am
    Until next year, all Android apps must be free through the Android App Store. I'm all for making money on your work, however sneaking through backdoors is just dumb. Word circulating on the Internet is that Android developers are merely posting links on the android store that links the buyer to the developers own page where the customer is required to pay. If I were in charge of the Android store I would remove the links ASAP. It's a simple rule. People are greedy, deceiving animals. +1 for...
  • BeejiveIM now available for iPhone!!
    by Mike
    Posted September 29th, 2008 at 11:06 am
    [caption id="attachment_166" align="aligncenter" width="210" caption="BeejiveIM"][/caption] IM+ and Palringo..you can officially call it quits and bow to the supreme! BeejiveIM is officially out for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Coming from the Blackberry world, I used and loved Beejive (formerly Jivetalk) for everything...including sending text messages to keep my text message plan down. It was by far the best muli-IM client for Blackberry. And now the best has come to iPhone. So far every m...
  • Communists running App Store approval process.
    by Mike
    Posted September 21st, 2008 at 10:08 pm
    [caption id="attachment_140" align="aligncenter" width="200" caption="MailWrangler"][/caption] Communism is making its way through America...starting with Apple.  Another highly useful app has been banned from the App Store. MailWrangler, a tool to greatly increase Gmail functionality on the iPhone by letting you log into multiple Gmail accounts, see threaded views and all of your Google contacts, archive (quickly), star, etc without the normal issues associated with apples own Gmail IMAP f...
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