Reason #1 To Get Epicurious iPhone App: Entire Contents of Big Yellow Cookbook

The big yellow cookbook is one of my go-tos for weekend dinner planning.

Reason #1 To Get Epicurious iPhone App: Entire Contents of Big Yellow Cookbook Reason #1 To Get Epicurious iPhone App: Entire Contents of Big Yellow Cookbook

Skype on iPhone, finally…

Skype for the iPhone is finally here... with a few restrictions!

Skype on iPhone, finally… Skype on iPhone, finally…

Using Delicious on the iPhone

Here's a great video on how to use Delicious on your iPhone.

Using Delicious on the iPhone Using Delicious on the iPhone

Review: The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone

The Wall Street Journal just launch a great FREE app for the iPhone.

Review: The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone Review: The Wall Street Journal Mobile Reader for iPhone

Google: The Web, Not App Stores, is the Future Of Mobile Development

17 July 2009

Speaking to attendees of the MobileBeat 2009 conference in San Francisco yesterday, Google Engineering vice president Vic Gundotra predicted that the Web would prevail as the dominant mobile application development platform despite the huge success o… From MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors. Please read the complete article and let us know what you think […]

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Apple Says No More Promo Codes For Apps With Unfiltered Web Content

17 July 2009

TUAW writes that Apple is no longer providing app developers with promo codes if their app is rated for ages 17 and over. The problem is that this not only applies to the slew of adult apps that have been pouring in to the App Store in recent months, but it also includes all applications […]

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Apple May Be Blocking Push Notifications in Unlocked iPhones

13 July 2009

We don’t have confirmation on this beyond the word of a Czech-based developer who has tested it, but apparently Apple is blocking push notification services in unofficially unlocked iPhones. However, we have tested it and it works. The developer says the following: According to technical documentation, every Push application has to request the unique token […]

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TuneWiki for iPhone Is Now Fully Armed and Operational

13 July 2009

TuneWiki, one of our favorite mobile apps, is finally in the App Store in a non-gimped way with full access to your iTunes library (if you close it, it keeps playing through iPod even, like a fake background app). You get subtitled lyrics (with translations), music maps showing where people are listening to what, internet […]

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Apple Touchscreen Netbook to Launch in October at $800?

13 July 2009

Taiwanese news site InfoTimes reports [translation] that Apple is slated to debut its long-rumored netbook this October. Taiwanese companies Foxconn, Wintek, and Dynapack have reportedly received orders from Apple related to the manufacturing of the… From MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors. Please read the complete article and let us know what you think below.

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Boxcar: Finally, Twitter Push Notifications That Work

13 July 2009

Copyright © 2009 Josh Gard. Visit the original article at http://justanotheriphoneblog.com/wordpress/iphone-software/boxcar-app-review/ . It’s been more than a month since Apple released the iPhone OS 3.0 update, which introduced push notifications. Push notifications allow an app to notify the user of a new message or other important information via sounds, badges, or alert messages. These push […]

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NFL Games Live on iPhone This Year, If You’re a DirecTV Subscriber With Lots of Cash

12 July 2009

Copyright © 2009 PatrickJ. Visit the original article at http://justanotheriphoneblog.com/wordpress/iphone-news/nfl-games-live-on-iphone-this-year-if-youre-a-directv-subscriber-with-lots-of-cash/ . When I spotted a headline at Mac Daily News this morning mentioning NFL games live on the iPhone I thought ‘Oh yeah’.  Then I read the details over at Silicon Alley Insider, and that feeling vanished real quick – because here’s how it’ll work […]

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External iPhone Mic Supposedly Gets 10x Better Audio ‘Reception’

09 July 2009

Brando’s claiming 10x better audio reception on this external, swivelable iPhone microphone. Even if it doesn’t get 10x better reception, it should get 2x better reception, which is worth $14 for most people. [Brando via Dvice] From Gizmodo: iPhone. Please read the complete article and let us know what you think below.

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The Cost of Buying Every iPhone App: $144,326.06

09 July 2009

Just in case you felt compelled to assemble a collection of every push-to-fart program out there, BustedLoop calculates the price of purchasing all 55,732 available iPhone apps to be $144,326.06. What, Apple, no volume discount? [BustedLoop via Forbes/textually] From Gizmodo: iPhone. Please read the complete article and let us know what you think below.

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Amazon Won’t Let Mobile Apps Use Its Product Info Anymore

09 July 2009

Weird play by Amazon—they’ve changed their Product Advertising API so that mobile apps like Delicious Library, which pull product info from it, can’t use it. Its developers were forced to pull it from the App Store. Delicious Library developer Wil Shipley did ask for permission, but Amazon told him to yank they app or they’d […]

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