Using Sparrow+ as Default Mail App through Jailbreak


On April 28, 2012

A lot of people have been depending on applications other than the Mail provided as default by the iOS. One application that has been a hit amongst iOS users is the Sparrow which was released a few weeks ago. It is certainly a great application to have as it supports multiple email accounts but its […]

Twitter updates iPhone version, iPad released in 8 new countries


On April 27, 2012

There are a few sensational applications that are available in the Apple App Store and one of them includes the Twitter application. It is a native iPhone app that has been periodically improved and the latest update is certainly one to look for.

App Review: Carrier Compare


On April 23, 2012

Knowing the best carrier to have is certainly important because having a good one would not only result in satisfaction but also saves money in the long run. However, like many things, there is definitely an application on that and this review we are making is about Carrier Compare which is a must-have application.  

Redire Jailbreak Tweak Enables Old Camera Shortcut


On April 15, 2012

The new iOS 5.1 allows you to get to your camera application by swiping up the home screen. However, to some, they are not used to it or in some cases, oblivious to the fact that this is actually present in the new iOS 5.1. For those that think that the camera shortcut is gone, […]

Windows 8 on iPad using Splashtop

Ever wish that you can use the Consumer Release of Windows 8 in a potential tablet? If you are one of these people, then consider using your iPad as the platform to view the Windows 8 Consumer Release. This is made possible through the use of Splashtop as this is an application that is determined […]

Apple fails to get off iCloud and Push email bans in Germany


On April 13, 2012

A month ago, Motorola Mobility managed to get two key Apple services which are the iCloud and push email service to be banned in Germany. This is because the two devices is said to have been violating the patents that Motorola has already filed and secured. Like any wise company would do, Apple had filed […]

iOS Dropbox and Facebook apps presents big security hole


On April 7, 2012

Nobody likes their privacy being invaded and a lot of steps have been taken by not only the lawmakers but also app developers to ensure that the privacy of the users are in good care. However, we simply do not think that the same applies to the Dropbox and Facebook apps in both iOS and […]

iPhone internet sharing through MyWi 5.5


On April 6, 2012

Tethering is a thing not many people can experience on the iPhone because there are certainly a lot of cases where the carrier decides to block that feature on the device. However, that certainly do not mean that the iPhone will never be able to do tethering because there are applications that can bypass the […]

Creepy iPhone Application Gets the Boot


On April 2, 2012

It was only a short time before an inappropriate application using the Foursquare API would be made available and apparently Girls Around Me was one of it. This geo-location app used data from both Facebook and Foursquare to map out a chart of girls that are in the neighbourhood. All of this is done without […]

Jailbreak tweak allows users to use Siri to get score updates


On March 27, 2012

A lot of people are avid fan of sports and if you are one of them and have an iPhone 4S, then this jailbreak tweak might just be the one for you. You will be able to listen to updates on what is going on in the sporting world. In fact, you may find that […]