As you know you can use your iPhone for a lot of things, like navigation, browsing the internet and also you can find almost anything from a coffee shop to a restaurant. But a group of Harvard scientist have thought that they can develop an app for the iPhone that will find landmines.
There have been plenty of non official apps released supporting online photo sharing sites such as Flickr but none have been official. The official Flickr app for iPhone just released can now be found from the App Store for free! The Flickr iPhone app allows you to share, and upload your photos and videos direct to Flickr.
iPhone 3.0 has settled in quite well in my view and I am sure many have been more than pleased to see Apple finally give the iPhone features such as copy and paste, MMS, landscape mode typing, Spotlight search, push notifications and many more. But did you know that actually there are some “hidden” functions that weren’t announced?
You may have figured out some of them yourself already but there are actually quite a few of them. I wouldn’t like to call this a secret but rather just tips and tricks to using the new iPhone OS 3.0. Check out the full list after the break…
Today is the first day of Wimbledon 2009! Here are two completely free official Wimbledon 2009 applications that will allow you to stay updated with the latest news and results on your iPhone or Android device while you’re on the go.
Brought to you by IBM, all the news which will be featured within the apps will be done by IBM’s Wimbledon scouts, live starting from today!
Apple’s upcoming free iDisk app for iPhone is indeed going to be one of those apps which you will tap and use on a daily basis. The only catch is that you will need to be a MobileMe user. Once its out, the iDisk app will let you view your iDisk files right on your iPhone.
It provides support for most popular file types, such as Microsoft Office and iWork ’09 documents and presentations, PDFs, all of which when opened will be viewable in landscape or portrait and of course zoomable using pinch gestures.
The below list is what many believe will be the specs and features of the next generation iPhone (the one which will come with new OS iPhone 3.0) to be announced at the next WWDC on July 17, this summer. A source has told the Apple iPhone Apps blog that the new iPhone will launch on July 17. Not surprisingly, much of the specifications fit in with past rumors that the device will introduce a digital compass and a video recorder.
What feels a bit shaky is that “the source” didn’t manage to leak any new photos of this “2009 iPhone”, full specs after the cut…
We were sent the Brain Fit iPhone and iPod Touch app by Mobirate for a quick review last week. Brain Fit is an addictive little puzzle game app which has been designed to provide endless hours of fun. Released just earlier this month, Brain Fit costs $0.99.
When we were first given the app name “Brain Fit”, it immediately came across my mind as a game that was played by getting our “non-thinking”, geeky minds thinking once again with timed calculations, complicated maths, as well as recalling shapes and numbers (like that on the Nintendo DS). I was certainly wrong there.