11/15/2011, If you’re a fan of Dolphin browser on your iOS device, we’ve got some good news – a new version of the web browser has been released today. Dolphin Browser for iOS is now version 2.0 and brings Dolphin Connect to the web browser. Dolphin Connect lets you sync all your favorites across all your iOS and Android devices that run the Dolphin browser – so no matter which device […]
11/10/2011, Earlier we reported that during the beta of iOS 5.0.1, users were reporting that there was great success regarding the fix of the iPhone’s battery drain, which seems to have gone from bad to worse with the upgrade to iOS 5. Now it looks like Apple has finally released the iOS 5.0.1 update to the rest of the iOS users, and there are reports that this could be downloaded as […]
11/07/2011, It looks like you won’t have to use a third party app from the Apple App Store just to get panorama capabilities on your iPhone. Some jailbreakers have discovered a way to enable Apple’s iOS 5 Panorama feature which lets users snap panoramic images with their iOS devices. As usual you’ll need a jailbroken iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, and then you’ll need to perform a few simple steps to give you the […]
11/02/2011, There are a plethora of Twitter clients out there, but there’s one thing that they all need and it’s for you to have your own Twitter account. But what if you don’t ever intend to Tweet and just want to follow Twitter feeds for news? After all, Twitter is a great source of real time information that you can’t get anywhere else. That’s where Meet The Tweet comes in.
11/02/2011, A few days ago there was a rumor going on about Google releasing an official Gmail app for iOS devices. Well it turns out that the rumor was spot on because Google has just announced the launch of the aforementioned app. Available for free on all iOS devices (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad), Gmail for iOS combines “your favorite features from the Gmail mobile web app and iOS into one […]
11/01/2011, Tired of all the similar, boring-looking iPhone/iPod docks available on the market? Well the folks over at Speakal (the company behind the iHog) have come up with a new dock that can spice up the décor of any room. Called the iKurv, this iPod/iPhond docking station speaker system features two large speakers connected in a tube, with an adjustable glowing blue stripe that’s reminiscent of some futuristic-looking spaceship. The iKurv […]
11/01/2011, GarageBand, one of Apple’s most popular apps that were ported over to the iPad earlier this year has just received a major update – because the app is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch! Musicians on the go who wanted GarageBand on a device that’s more portable than the iPad or MacBook will definitely appreciate this new version of the app. Now they can record tunes whenever inspiration […]
10/30/2011, When the iPhone 4S was released, developers worked on getting Siri ported to the iPhone 4 immediately. While they managed to get the app running on the phone, it couldn’t connect to Apple’s servers and had to resort to using alternatives such as Google or TellMe to get the job done. But now, those problems have been solved: some developers have managed to get the hacked version of Siri communicating […]
10/26/2011, Soundbar systems are a great way to achieve decent sounds from your home theatre system while saving space, which is great for those who may not have the luxury of placing multiple speakers around their living room. If a soundbar system is what you’re looking for, JVC Kenwood has unveiled three new soundbar systems that will also allow you to dock your iPhone/iPod touch.
10/26/2011, While the MP3s have replaced the need for audio cassettes, that doesn’t mean the ancient format has to go away forever. A lot of people, myself included, enjoy the retro vibe that they get from putting a cassette tape into a hi-fi system or Walkman, especially when you get to see the dials turn and the tape transfer from one end to the other.
10/21/2011, The folks over at iHelicopters.net have got yet another iPhone-controlled helicopter for you up their sleeves. This one is called the Cobra iHelicopter, and what sets them aside from other remote-controlled helicopters is the fact that it can fire “missiles” at targets (and in case you were wondering no, they aren’t real missiles). Modeled after the real Cobra helicopters, the Cobra iHelicopter features left/right rotation, forward/back, hover and landing movements, […]
10/19/2011, While Google Music has yet to make an appearance as an official native app for iOS devices, it looks like other developers are taking advantage of this void to serve up their own offerings. Interactive Innovative Solutions (IIS) has come up with an app called gMusic that brings Google’s cloud music storage service to iOS devices. Available now, this iOS app is designed for people who don’t want to access […]
10/18/2011, One of the most popular security apps for Android phones (also available on BlackBerry OS and Windows Phone), Lookout, has finally made its way over to iOS. And just like its name implies, this multi-purpose app looks out for your phone. Lookout for iOS devices can inform users if their apps are up to date, let them know if they are connected to an unsecure WiFi network, create backups of […]
10/14/2011, iOS 5 has brought about a host of new features for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users, but it could have the potential to cause some users and developers a bit of a headache in the way it goes about cleaning house. Marco Arment, the creator of Instapaper, blogged about iOS 5’s cache clearing problem which might cause an issue in the future.