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By: Ole Zorn
I was reading through the forums trying to get a feel for what people were looking for in an app for their iPhone.
jpvann was commenting on Evernote and what a great app it would be when Apple finally allows local data storage. My bet is that Apple will never allow this to happen.
I think Steve Jobs vision of the iPhone was more of a terminal to the internet than a self sufficient computer in your hand.
By: Vincent Verweij
Last week we gave you a quick preview of The Tag Show from Dove Valley Apps.
The Tag Show lets you create and view slide shows created from public image feeds.
With The Tag Show you can plug in a term, topic or subject and it randomly pulls images tagged with that word or words.
You can listen to music while watching the slideshow, save the images, email a link to those images and send the images to iToony and Twinkle.
Dove Valley Apps has big plans to add more feeds and functions in the months to come.
Best of all, The Tag Show is free.
I’ve been using it for the last week and find it to be a whole lot of fun.
By: Richard Northcott
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By: Josh Anon
Join us in welcoming Daniel Ortiz, our newest contributor on What’sOniPhone.
Daniel is a 16-year-old High School junior who loves technology and is fluent in three languages. He enjoys traveling, eating, hanging out with friends and, oh yeah, he’s a huge iPhone fan. In fact, Daniel’s iPhone is so central to his day to day that, as he put it, "I don’t know what I would do without all those 16 gigabytes of memory."
We’re thrilled to have Daniel joining us and look forward to his upcoming reviews.
I was using a tablet pc when Google Gears and the New York Times’ Times Reader were first released. The tablet was my first step in a significant shift away from "dead tree" media that has resulted in my currently doing most all of my reading in electronic form. While size, weight and battery life were significant limitations, the advantages far outweighed the limitations. At least they did for me. Google Gears and the Times Reader meant that I could now save almost everything I might want to read with regard to news and RSS feeds for offline access.
Despite its small screen, when the iPhone came out it all but replaced my tablet pc for reading the news. The iPhone optimized Google Reader web app was excellent and, while the NYTimes did not have an iPhone site per se, their mobile site looked great on an iPhone. The iPhone had some clear advantages over the tablet pc. It was light, portable, cool (most tablet pcs can get hot!) and had excellent battery life. Unfortunately, at the time the device was so "locked down" by Apple that offline reading was not possible. All that changed on July 11th with the release of the 2.0 firmware. Now offline access was added to the other benefits, making the iPhone or iPod Touch an excellent means to stay current on the news regardless of whether or not a data connection was available.
So what’s news-worthy on my iPhone?
One of the first iPhone games we downloaded and played was Moto Chaser (aka Moto Racer). Freeverse has been busy preparing an update and it’s now out. In addition to bug fixes the update adds…
-New music tracks (thank goodness, the one original tune got old FAST)
-Support for multiple languages
-An improved interface and "Punch!" button positioning
-An improved the default difficulty setting
-Unlocked levels save immediately.