Apple’s recent release of the iPhone OS 3.0 has brought a lot of new functionality to the iPhone and iPod Touch. We now have the long awaited push notifications, the ability to search our devices, as well as copy and paste text. However, it has also brought a whole new level of worry for parents.
This new OS allows a higher degree of parental… [Read more of this review]
From the makers of the ever popular Textfree Unlimited, we now have Picfree. Much like Textfree, Picfree is aimed at allowing you to send picture messages for free. You can send pictures taken with your iPhone camera or anything in your Photo app to another mobile device or to an email address. When sending a picture to someone who cannot receive… [Read more of this review]A Tour of Voice Control on the new iPhone 3GS, with Video
One of the great new features of the new iPhone 3GS is Voice Conrol. This new feature allows you to call contacts, dial phone numbers, play music and more. While voice control for a phone is not new, it is new for the iPhone and it is only available on the new iPhone 3GS. I did a quick video tour of Voice Control this evening, just jump to the… [Read more of this review]App Review: oMaps (offline Maps) by Thomas Bonnin
For the most part, an iPod Touch can do what an iPhone can do, especially with all of the new capabilities that the iPhone OS 3.0 gives it. You can chat with friends and receive push notifications. You can make phone calls using Skype. You can play games to your hearts content. However, at least for me, once I leave the house and the comfort… [Read more of this review]App Review: SpeedoCheck by Fabulicious Inc.
Tonight I gave myself a few minutes to take this app for a drive and check out its accuracy. Basically, this app uses GPS to calculate your current speed, then display it using a number of different analog readouts. There’s also a digital readout which you can change the color on, if you choose to go that way.
Other than using your iPhone… [Read more of this review]App Review: Short Hand by LizzardWerks
Have you ever sent your boss a text or email using texting shortcuts on accident? Short Hand by LizzardWerks fixes this problem by changing your shortcuts into written out words and sentences. The great thing about this app is that you get to add shortcuts, delete shortcuts, and move them around with a simple motion. It keeps you from embarrassing… [Read more of this review]A Tour of Push Notifications Using Textfree Unlimited
The day has finally come that push notifications are available for iPhone and iPod Touch with the new firmware 3.0 update. This capability is one that many iPhone/iPod Touch users have been anticipating for some time now. It will enhance the usefulness and function of many apps. One app in particular caught my interest. So, I took a look at… [Read more of this review]iPhone OS 3.0 is here. Where to Start and Changes to check out
Apple released iPhone OS 3.0 for iPhone today, creating lost work productivity accross the globe as untold numbers of fanbois eagerly update their iPhones and iPod Touches. The update brings many new enhancements to all generations of iPhones and iPod Touches and we’ll start breaking these down over the next day. However, there’s been… [Read more of this review]App Review: AutoStitch by CloudBurst Research
Being the photography buff that I am, and having used the excellent windows version of AutoStitch in the past, I couldn’t pass up the chance to try out the iPhone version.
Using AutoStitch for iPhone is incredibly easy. The process is simple: use the regular iPhone camera app to take a series of pictures with your iPhone. Be sure that the… [Read more of this review]
Air Mouse Pro by R.P.A. Tech was originally released way back in September during the App Store’s infancy. One of the first apps in the app store that offered great, usable functionality on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Air Mouse Pro gives you a remote/wireless touch pad and keyboard for your Mac OS or Windows computers.
Mobile Air Mouse instantly… [Read more of this review]