News tagged ‘review’
Specialists from iPhoneClub.nl have tried TomTom Car Kit and created a wonderful video in which we can see all the features. There is also a comparison with an iPhone without a kit.
Command & Conquer Red Alert is a well-known game, now it comes to the iPhone platform. According to EA, the game will be available on October 23rd. Watch the Video:
Glyph, the founder of the Twisted project has accepted a job offer from Apple and posted some pictures of its impressive packaging.
When the real, physical offer letter and associated paperwork arrived, I was highly amused to see that it has the same graceful design, fit and finish that they devote to many of their products. So I thought it deserved the same sort of review that their other products might get.
The lack of anything but the logo on the outside of the envelope is understated. It simply says: "You know who we are. You know what this is."
Here you can take a look at new Apple devices - iPod Touch, iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle:
Something is changing in the AppStore application approval process. Action Babes has just been approved by Apple. It had been rejected previously due to explicit content, but now the developers have obtained approval and the download will be available from 15 September.
New features in 3.0:
- Landscape mode
- See your upcoming Events and RSVP
- See your friends' birthdays
- See Pages and post updates and photos to Pages you administer
- Write Notes and read your friends' Notes
- Upload videos from an iPhone 3GS
- Upload photos to any album
- Complete photo management (create albums, delete albums, delete photos, delete photo tags)
- Change your Profile Picture
- Zoom into photos
- Like posts and photos
- See the same News Feed as the Facebook website
- Visit links in a built-in web browser
- See all of your friends' friends and Pages
- See mutual friends
- Easily search for people and Pages
- Make friend requests
- Become a fan of Pages
- Quickly call or text your friends
- Create shortcuts to your favorite friends and Pages
- Friends sorted by first or last name according to your settings
- Chat friends sorted alphabeticaly
So there are many new features. Here is a good video review from CNet:
Yesterday Facebook upodated to version 3.0.1 (minor bugfixes). It is avaliable for free in AppStore (
"They submitted an application for review," said Apple spokesperson Natalie Kerris told Tech Trader Daily. "There are some technical issues [with the code they submitted] that hopefully can be resolved." Kerris did not elaborate on the nature of the issues with Vonage's application.
In an update to the article, Vonage reported that it has fixed the issue and resubmitted the application to Apple for approval.
"We can confirm that one of our prospective applications is for the iPhone. They identified one issue stating that it is 'simple to fix.' The issue is cosmetic and relates to the labeling of an icon. We've made the requested change and resubmitted the application for approval earlier today."
Anyway this app will be restricted to Wi-Fi only for voip phone calls once it appears in the App Store.
Facebook 3.0 iPhone application has already been sent to Apple and should be approved shortly. Here are two video pre-reviews.
StarByte company released the first official trailer for Nex, a first person shooter that will be available in AppStore soon as it was just sent to Apple for approval. The graphics of this 3D FPS is truly remarkable and is full of action.
Here is a CNet review of Google location services for iPhone that were recently announced:
Apple is always against certain types of applications... Some call these apps "porn", others say "sexy". For example Apple removed Hottest Girls and Beauty Meter apps from AppStore and didn't give approval for Action Babes. In the same time it approves app with erotic content. Couple hours ago an app called "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2009" appeared in AppStore.
The application allows us to view a series of images of international super models. For each of these there is also a video clip of 2 minutes each. We can look at the pictures in SlideShow and rotate the iPhone 90° to see a small calendar.
Application cost is $2.99 (AppStore