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SPB Wallet on sale for 10 days!

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 "December 1st, 2009 - SPB Software announces a special holiday present for all connoisseurs of Apple products. For the 10 days, from December 1st till December 10th we are giving a significant discount for our SPB Wallet application created to safely store and manage such sensitive information as passport and account numbers, access and PIN codes, logins and passwords. Mac, iPhone and Windows versions will be available for as low as $4.95 each."



Just call me Spielberg!

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  No, I haven't produced an oscar-winning movie, but with ReelDirector, I'm on my way!



Complete tutorial with video: extend the functionality of your iPhone Web browser!

I’ve elaborated on the highly useful scriptlets in several of my articles. These are special bookmarks invoked when you want to do some specific action on a Web page already loaded; for example, scrolling to the bottom or finding a specific word. They vastly enhance the functionality of all scriptlet-capable Web browsers; as of the time of writing, any Safari version, iCab Mobile 2.0, Journey Web Browser 1.3, iNetDual 1.2.0, Perfect Browser 2.7 and Full Screen Web Browser 1.1.1 – and all this without (!) jailbreaking your phone.

The dedicated articles I’ve written so far are as follows. You may want to take a look at them so that you know what this is all about.



TUTORIAL: Download any files from inside Safari & other tips

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In this article, I explain the recently-released "Safari Download Manager", which (particularly with the external iFiles application) adds a convenient way of adding a download manager to Safari – on jailbroken phones. I also provide a very thorough comparison to iCab Mobile and VanillaSurf, the two (highly recommended) third-party Web browsers that also have a download manager – without having to jailbreak your phone. Finally, I also explain how you can save and, later (even without direct Internet connection!) read Web pages in the latter two Web browsers. (You, unfortunately, can’t do the same in the new plug-in.)


RedLaser — don't go Christmas shopping without this

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RedLaser ($1.99) is currently one of the top-selling apps, and for good reason: It's a great aid to shopping. The concept is very simple — the app uses your iPhone's camera to scan a barcode, and then the app does an online product search to find the lowest price among hundreds of thousands of retailers. Maybe you're in a mall and you scan an item and find that a different store in the same mall has it for a lower price. Features include the ability to limit your search to lower prices in nearby stores, e-mail a results list, e-mail a barcode, and a favorites feature for keeping a wish list of products.



Move your docs with ReaddleDocs

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When I travel, I need a way to move documents back and forth from my computer to my clients. Finally, I've found an application that meets that need — ReaddleDocs.

With ReaddleDocs, I can: 

• Transfer files with or without WiFi (I can use my 3G network)

• Read TXT, PDF, Word, Excel, HTML, and Powerpoint documents

• Password protect my documents



Convert your iPhone to a numeric keypad

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With NumPad, you can use your iPhone or iPod Touch as a numeric keypad, an extended keyboard, or to annotate music. If you use a Mac with OS X 10.4 or later, NumPad does not require any additional software on your computer. The app connects easily through Screen Sharing, simply by following the directions found on the app. Windows users will need a VNC Server software like RealVNC. 



AppBox Pro - Little Tool Box of Goodies

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This is the coolest app that is a must have.
 
It can replace several other utility apps and even includes 18 games. 

All for $0.99.  It's from http://www.allaboutapps.net/. 

 

          



Grocery Apps

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UPDATE: I switched back to GroceryIQ.  They have added barcode scanning!!!!

Grocery IQ (Coupons.com; $0.99)
 
 

 

Everyone has to grocery shop at some point – unless you are lucky enough to have the perfect husband to do it for you (I do!!!) - or you can threaten your teenager!!!



PhotoToMac is Easy!

For me, moving my iPhone photos to my laptop involved e-mailing myself the photo, then saving it to my desktop. Not hard to do, but now I can do it much easier using PhotoToMac



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