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App Review: Tiny Flashlight

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App Review: Tiny Flashlight 

 

The great thing about the iPhone 4 and 4s is the fact it carries a nice little LED Flash.  However it’s very rare that it gets used, unless doing a lot of indoor photography.  Even then, the flash is rarely called upon.

 



New version of Opera Mini Web browser out!

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Since 2005 (the initial debut of the first version), I've dedicated several articles to the alternative Web browser Opera Mini. Back in the Windows Mobile / Symbian S40...S60 / BlackBerry days, Opera Mini offered a viable and, in many respects, much better alternative to the built-in browsers of these operating systems – for example, on my Blackberry 8800, it was the only browser I ever used. On my more capable Windows Mobile and Nokia devices / phones, I also tended to prefer it to other, in general, clumsy and slow browsers.



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JumiCam iPhone App Review

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The JumiCam app allows you to view streaming video from any web cam you want with ease.  I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to set up the software on my PC and then connect from my phone to see what’s going on at my house.  The JumiCam app also works very well on either a 3G connection or WiFi which I was initially concerned about because streaming video can sometimes have issues on 3G. 



LED Flashlight - 4 in 1 is on sale 50% off

LED Flashlight - 4 in 1 is on sale 50% off

New York, NY - AppAnnex LLC is proudly announcing the most utilitarian and versatile LED FlashLight in the whole App Store. The application combines several utility applications utilizing power of iPhone4 LED into one convenient package for a single price.


Scary Story Kit post Halloween giveaway!

Scary Story Kit post Halloween giveaway!

 

Melbourne, Australia - Comicorp has dropped the price of their best selling app, Scary Story Kit to free. "After a great Halloween season we aim to reach out to the wider market and gain more exposure. Doing a free promotion is our way of thanking our followers..."

 

A toolkit for creating extraordinary scary story telling experiences! Bringing traditional storytelling to the 21st century. The 'Scary Story Kit' is designed to aid and assist any scary story teller, empowering them with the tools necessary to fully emerge their victims in a world of terror. 

 

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Nexscience Announces Price Reduction for 'Thief Alert', the Alarm Security App for iPhone and iPad

Nexscience Announces Price Reduction for  'Thief Alert', the Alarm Security App for iPhone and iPad

Santa Clara, Clara – Nexscience LLC. today is pleased to announce a prie reduction for its alarm security app, 'Thief Alert – Burglar Alarm' for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch platforms.

Thief Alert is an anti-touch alarm app that sounds a loud and customizable alarm sound when an unauthorized person tries to pick up your iPhone or someone tries to look at your email or any privacy information stored in your device.

When a person picks up the phone, the app sounds a gunshot sound followed by a police siren. The user can also record their own shout and set it to play along with the alarm.

A great way to secure your device as well as play prank with your friends.

 

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Num2Letter : a new update

Num2Letter : a new update

A new update is out for Num2Letter. This update bring the support of iOS 5, fixe some bugs and convertion errors and a new custom template which let you to choose a picture of your choice as a background image for the application.


Great news for Windows users: PhoneDisk is, finally, compatible with the system & other iTunes-less synchronization tips

In my Wednesday's article, I've quickly mentioned PhoneDisk by Macroplant as the most recommended application for (Mac) OS X computers to access the installed (AppStore or Xcode) applications' home directories on non-jailbroken devices.


iOS contact management (duplicate removal, import/export etc.) tips and tricks

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Today, I've helped a friend restore some contacts onto his iPhone. As the experience I gathered may be useful to you as well, I let you know.

First, on my Mac, while I had the contacts in the Windows version of Microsoft Outlook 2010 under Parallels Desktop, I had iTunes solely under my Mac OS X and didn't want to install it under Parallels to keep the Parallels image size down. (Which is of paramount importance when you use Time Machine to back up the contents of your computer, including the disk images of your Parallels virtual machines and want to save as much storage as possible.) After all, there are only two cases when it's indeed worth having iTunes in your virtual machine if you, otherwise, use the OS X version to synchronize your iOS devices:


VM Player - movie and music player for iPhone and iPad

VM Player - movie and music player for iPhone and iPad

VM Player is the best multimedia player for iPhone/iPad, which has simple and easy-to-use interface and supports a big range of different file formats, video and audio codecs. This Movie and Music player has such useful and even unique features like:
 - Audio-Video sync tuning;
 - Volume boost;
 - Finger sensible rewind;
 - Audio/Video/Subtitle stream selection;
 - TV Out;
 - Slideshow-thumbnails;
 - Opening and downloading files from Network via SMB (Windows shares) and FTP;
 - Folders-playlists;


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