Nice in space shooting game for $6.99 in AppStore (
This is a wonderful snowboard simulator for iPhone. It will show up in AppStore soon.
LiveJournal.app allows you to post new entries to your blog at LiveJournal.com with photos (as much as you want) or images (uploaded to LiveJournal Scrapbook) and receive and send personal messages.
This application is free, avaliable via AppStore (
Apple added the Keynote, Spotlight Turns to Notebooks, to iTunes
While browsing cool applications I've found PocketDyno (
With PocketDyno you can measure:
- Estimated horsepower
- 0 to 60 mph and/or 0 to 100 kmh time
- Max G's, velocity, distance, etc
- Imperial or metric results based on locale
I'll definitely try this app today.
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The key here is simple: "Taking baby steps is better than taking no steps at all!" We plan on writing 31 iPhone applications in the next 31 days. We will publish both the executable and the source code for each application. Our goal is for each of these applications to be useful, interesting, and straight-forward. Someone considering writing their first iPhone application should be able to look at these applications and "get it".
This is a video from myPhoine 2008 conference. Young developer Erik created Boot Camp for iPhone.
The idea is nice but very far from being implemented.
This game will show up next week in AppStore. Approximate price will be $1.99
Other features supported by iDicto are:
- Record, replay your ideas, notes, reminders on-the-go
- Adjustable recording quality: Best (44.1kHz), Good (22.05kHz) and Low (8kHz).
- Unlimited record time
- Wi-Fi sync
- Rewind during playback
- Pause and continue during playback or recording
- Rename recordings at any time
- Group and sort your recordings
- Show the date, time, recording length directly in the recordings list
- Volume control
- Auto saving
- While transferring files you can select the time period during which auto-lock will be disabled.