David Pogue, you may know, writes great how-to books for computer users, including iPhone: The Missing Manual. The publisher, O'Reilly, has posted an article with Pogue's 10 best tips for iPhone 3.0 taken from this book. The tips are related to using the camera, macro mode, the map, voice memos, voice dialing, free text messaging, and more.
Are you a gamer? If so, the the Best Buy - Gamers Club app may be right up your alley.
Yup, almost time for another iphonedevcamp. What? You did not go last year? What’s wrong with you? If you have an iPhone and have ANY interest to building or help build what everyone will see either at the end of this weekend or the end of the year, this is the place to be.
A recently released app by Cactus Publishing, aBeauty Pro, offers women the opportunity try a make-up makeover without leaving home and or spending any money. My first criteria for picking an app is a good description, and this hooked me right away! What woman doesn’t love a makeover?
The long promised iPhone Life App is now available as an easy to install Web App. Eventually the App will be available in App Store. However, it functions as well or better as a Web App. It is a great window into the blogs, tips, reviews, and links on this site.
The iPhone Life App is easy to install:
1. On your iPhone or iPod touch in Safari go to m.iphonelife.com
2. Touch Plus symbol.
3. Do either or both:
a. Add to Home Page (recommended for quick daily scan)
b. Add Bookmark (recommended for in depth viewing and traversing.)
We hope you'll like it. We will track known bugs, provide app store information, and more at our iPhone Life App page.
We here at iPhone Life would be remiss if we didn't review the latest model of iPhone -- unfortunately The Onion broke the story first: the new phone is faster, lighter, and just all around cooler than any phone ever seen, or for that matter any that ever will be seen. We here at the magazine -- along with children everywhere -- have of course had evaluation models of this phone for months now, but we didn't realize it until th
What do you get when you cross penguins with snow caps, zany physics, and 80 levels that each end with a bull’s eye? Why, you get Arctic Shuffle from Zinc Roe design. This puzzle game is fun, frustrating and rewarding all rolled up in one. The penguins are pretty cute, too!
Beginning last month, live video streaming of major league baseball games has been available via the popular $9.99 MLB.com At Bat 2009 app. Initially one or two games a day were available for free via streaming, with plans to roll out more and more games as the summer progressed. Baseball games are subject to local blackout, just as with broadcast TV. You can read more in a short article in the New York Times. It works on an iPhone or iPod touch, but you'll need to have iPhone 3.0 software, and likely also a 3G or WiFi connection.
This is sort of a good news, bad news situation. First the good news: Google Latitude is now available for the iPhone. The bad news: Apple wouldn't allow it to be made available as an app, so it's instead available as a web app. You can read the MacWorld report about it on Yahoo Tech. Google Latitude, as you may know, lets you view a map and see if your friends are nearby and makes it easy to send a message to them. To use the web app, point your iPhone's Safari at google.com/latitude.