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Posted By admin On Saturday, August 16th, 2008 With 2 Comments

GPS App for iPhone & iPadMetroView is an iPhone and iPad GPS app which impressed us in many ways. Other than its few lackings we believe it’s an all around value for money GPS app out there for your iPhone and iPad. Click the link below to find out more.
Viber – Free iPhone VoIP Application for iPhone & iPod TouchViber – the Free iPhone VoIP app without the hassle of registration or sign up. You install the app, run and authenticate your phone with a pin code (authenticated via SMS) and start making FREE calls, simple as that. More exciting than this it that it doesn’t require the app to be running all the time, even in the background. Sounds too good to be true? Brace yourself for the exciting ride! This is something Skype has been lacking all along. You’ll have to have Skype running and signed in to be able to make or receive calls.
HearPlanet - A Talking Tour Guide for Your iPhone & iPod TouchAre you traveling somewhere soon? Do you need a Tour guide? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a FREE talking tour guide with you 24/7? Too much ask you think? Not anymore! Because HearPlanet can now do the job for you. This cool iPhone & iPod Touch Application is your new talking tour guide which can make traveling to a new place easier than ever. You wouldn’t come back from a holiday anymore to find out that you missed the most important tourist attraction of that place.
Google ApplicationGoogle’s new voice recognition software for the iPhone is finally here. The application which was supposed to be released on Friday as we discussed earlier was released late yesterday. And as expected Google has delivered another very useful and amazing application which does exactly what it supposed to do and does it very accurately.
Surf ReportOakley’s latest creation is not exactly what you think it should be. It’s not a sunglass or any other accessories but it’s an application that gives you global surfing condition reports. Oakley in conjunction with Surfline, developed this iPhone & iPod Touch app which gives you up to the minute information on surf and weather conditions. The app also provides information on the surf community and culture including news, photos and videos.
Google has released its famous computer based application Google Earth for iPhone. Now you can hang around with the whole earth in the palm of your hand :). The computer version of this application is one of its kind and it’s not surprising that it has been downloaded more than 400 million times. Huge number there. Now with the release of its iPhone version which is FREE again, it will be interesting to see how the number rises this time.
RunKeeper, the app that does what Nike+iPod Nano or iPod Touch does. But without the need for extra device to go with your shoes. The app uses the built-in GPS of the iPhone 3G to enable runners, cyclists, hikers, skiers, walkers, etc. to track your distance, time, and pace, then automatically uploads your data to the RunKeeper website where you can view your routes and walking, running, cycling or hiking history. So if you’re a regular activist of one of these then I think this is a must have Application for your iPhone 3G. The app only works with iPhone 3G, not with first generation iPhone or iPod Touch. Understandably because of the built-in GPS support.
Easy Relax is a similar app to the Custom Sounds of Nature. When I reviewed that app after downloading for FREE when it was on offer for only 24 hours, I thought that was the best of its kind. Well, that’s because, first of all I couldn’t compare it with any other paid app which offered similar functionality, so the only app I compared this app with at the time was the White Noise. If you have experienced that app then you know why I was disappointed on that and was really happy with the Custom Sounds of Nature app. Anyway, let’s look at the Easy Relax and check its functionality.
This is a very useful and I can say, a must have iPhone and iPod Touch application for all of us. You never know when you need to help someone. This application keeps you prepare for those unexpected moments when someone may all of a sudden fall sick in front of you. The app has voice led instructions as well as slideshows.
Firemail is an application which I thought will save my typing time and will encourage me to write and send email from my iPhone from now on. All this long I thought this is another shortcoming of iPhone not being able to allow users to type in landscape mode.
For all of you who don’t know much about Slifter; Slifter, is a popular mobile based shopping tool that enables users to search and share products and promotions, straight from their mobile phones. The service is available for almost any mobile device and is accessible free via web or java application. And now you can enjoy the fun from your iPhone as well. Slifter just released their iPhone version of the app which is available from App Store for Free.

Turn your iPhone and iPod Touch into a wireless drive and most importantly, a file viewer. DataCase lets you to view Documents (Microsoft Office, PDF, Text, HTML), Audio, Video, Photos and share files between your iPhone, iPod Touch and any PC in the simplest way possible.

Wouldn’t it be nice to find things around quite easily where you hardly know the place? I guess the answer is obvious. I am sure we all were in a situation when finding a cafe around seemed like a daunting task. Don’t worry those days are over with the help of the latest technology. And here’s another addition to that, Locly.

If you’re into VOIP then you know what this software is all about. It lets you make cheaper calls using your Wi-Fi or 3G connection. As long as you have internet connection, you’ll be able to make cheaper local and international calls.
iHologram, the cool 3D App for both iPhone and iPod touch, shows how creatively 3D application can be made for smaller devices like iPhone. According to developer David O’Reilly, “The application works by assuming a constant viewing angle (35-45 degrees), typical for when the device is placed on a tabletop. The 3D scene’s perspective is warped using anamorphosis…
IBM’s new Lotus iNotes for iPhone is finally expected to come out later this year. iNotes, a web app client for the Lotus Domino messaging server, is set to bring email, calendar, and contacts to iPhone. Obviously this proves IBM’s growing interest on Apple’s products and iPhone is a definite…
Finally iPhone gets a video recorder that records at the maximum speed of the iPhone Camera. Oh what a feeling!! I know, because I’ve tested it and it works well for a phone with camera but doesn’t support video recording!! Ever since I got my hands on the iPhone I wondered whey Apple wouldn’t release the video capability of the iPhone Camera.

Microsoft is officially halting the sale of all XBox Live related applications via Apple’s App Store. Microsoft is saying all XBox live related applications should be free. So pretty soon (if not yet) all the XBox related apps from the app store will be download-able free of charge.Read full review »
This is one of the best iPhone Applications I’ve found so far. If you’re a big spender or you find it hard to keep track of your spending then this application is perfect for you. You can easily add your spending on the go through an easy to use and intuitive interface. You can setup your monthly budget and keep track of that as you go. You can easily see where your’re spending most as well.

 

 

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Now you will be able to install softwares like chat clients & games. The developers at NullRiver have come up with this application that will let you install softwares including the those that are needed to unlock your iPhone.
Here’s the list of Top 10 iPhone Applicatins as of now. Read full review »
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