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WhiteNote V3.3.3 Released for iPad, iPhone and iPod

WhiteNote V3.3.3 Released for iPad, iPhone and iPod

Sliced-Pi announces the availability of WhiteNote 3.3.3, the premiere notebook application for the iPad and now the iPhone too! WhiteNote is an easy to use digital notebook application for the iOS device family that supports free-form text positioning and basic free-hand drawing as well as support for images and sound. It is designed to replace a physical notebook but applies technological advantages such as searching, real-time collaborative white boarding and content sharing. With WhiteNote, like a real notebook, you can create books and subjects to categorize your work. Then insert as many pages as you need using one of the many optional paper styles.


Monica -- free voice-controlled personal assistant app talks to you

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Monica (free) is a fun personal assistant that not only gives you voice control but also speaks. You can ask Monica to read aloud your email, news articles, horoscope, or Google Docs, or to access Facebook. You can also ask Monica questions, but you do have to enter text. Monica will, however, read the answer to you. A nice feature is that you don’t need to tap any buttons or anything; you get Monica’s attention by simply saying, “Monica,” and then Monica responds by giving you menu of options, from which you speak your choice. 



Remoter VNC 2.02 for iOS - Desktop Sharing to Mac/PC from an iPhone or iPad

Remoter VNC 2.02 for iOS - Desktop Sharing to Mac/PC from an iPhone or iPad

Vestal, New York - RafSoftware today is pleased to announce Remoter VNC 2.02 for iOS, their productivity app that enables users to remotely control Mac, Windows, or Linux computers from their iOS device using the platform-independent VNC protocol version 3.8. The app uses Bonjour and NetBIOS to make setup a cinch, and it features a novel "virtual trackpad" that allows to control the mouse cursor intuitively. Telnet and SSH support are available as in-app purchases. SSH also allows for secure VNC over SSH.


Writepad app offers handwriting recognition

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I had the opportunity to see a demo of Phatware's Writepad at Macworld and was very impressed. It lets you simply write on the screen using your finger or a stylus pen rather than using the onscreen keyboard, and translates your writing into typed characters. You can then edit that text — copy, paste, insert characters, etc. — via simple gestures. The app has a ton of features, such as shorthand, which lets you enter just two characters to evoke frequently used words or phrases.



360 Web Browser 3.0 -- now available for iPad

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I've been using alternate browsers for some time, mainly because I wasn't at all satisfied with Safari's tabbed browsing. I've used iCab quite a bit on my iPad, and like it a lot. I've also been using a preview copy of 360 Web Browser ($0.99), with version 3.0 finally being released in the App Store yesterday. This version is optimized for the iPad.



360 Web Browser goes iPad - Gets Ambience Awareness

360 Web Browser goes iPad - Gets Ambience Awareness

Dallas, Texas - Digital Poke today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of 360 Web Browser 3.0, an update to their popular mobile browser for iOS. 360 Browser is a highly praised and recommended Browser and it is the Only Browser which offers Firefox Sync capabilities, Plugins, In-Built Media Player, Robust File Manager, Download Manager, Flash Playing Capability, Intelligent Tabbing, Crash-Restore function & Fully Customized Themes along with 200 other features.


Dropkick - 5 Stars for Simplicity!

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I’m a To-Do List junkie. I think I own everyone out there. With each new one I get, I find something I like better about it than the previous one. Today, I want to tell you about Dropkick.

Warning: You won’t like this app if you’re looking for a sophisticated organizer. Instead, I recommend Omni Focus. But for the rest of you, read on:   



Editorial: Why I Jailbreak my iOS Devices

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The views expressed herein are my own, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of anyone else on the iPhone Life team. That said, I hope that readers will find this article informative and interesting, or at the very least thought-provoking.



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