You may remember us highlighting an application which was submitted to the store a few weeks ago now. Dubbed ‘Wi-Fi Sync for iPhone’ the app claimed it would bring full wirelessly syncing capability to the iPhone and iPod touch, enabling the wirelessly syncing of media from iTunes between both of these devices.
Ultimate Password Manager, which does exactly what it says on the tin, is a password manager with a built in generator.
The app claims to be the only one of it’s kind to use a “truly complete generator with fully featured intelligent manager.”
Apple has today updated its new mutli-touch version of its iWork productivity suite for iPad. The update includes improvements for Pages, Keynote and Numbers.
Forrester Research Analyst Sarah Rotman Epps talks about how Apple’s iPad and other tablet devices will usher in a new era of personal computing.
Colourful and inviting Bebbled is a visual puzzler which mimics that of @PopCap_Games’ highly successful Bejeweled.
I’d like to start with a short introduction of myself. My name is Fabian Kreiser (who’d have guessed it?), and I’m 17 years old. I’m German and living in a rather small town in the area of Tuttlingen, Germany. In my free time, I like to program for the iPhone (as well as the Macintosh Platform), but more about that later.
With the upcoming announcement of the 4th generation iPhone scheduled for release sometime in June or July of this year, a recent patent filing has revealed Apple is looking into ways to provide more richer, 3D interactive experiences with its future displays.
After Steve Jobs published an open letter on his “Thoughts on Flash” running on the company’s iPhone OS-based mobile devices last month, it was clear that it would only be a matter of time before Adobe would publicly have to respond to the letter … and today, they have.