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Daylite is a powerful productivity suite for Mac that integrates mail, caledar and contacts into a powerful busines organizer. With Daylite-
Thanks to an intuitive process called linking, Daylite keeps everything one click away—contacts, projects, opportunities, appointments, tasks, and more. You can work from a daily task list with all your todo’s, or open a project to see all its linked tasks and appointments. If you prefer to stay on the calendar, just open a meeting to see who’s attending.
Now imagine that power on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Now stop imagining. Daylite Touch is being demoed this week at MacWorld and should arrive in the coming months. You can get more onformation HERE. Screen shots after the break.
Twenga is a new app that lets you comparison shop right from your iPhone or iPod Touch.
With Twenga you can–
–Check online before you buy and compare prices on millions of high-tech products, at any moment, to be sure that you are getting the best price.
–Save more with Twenga discounts thanks to promotion codes offered by online stores: free delivery, 5% to 10% reductions…
—Buy online via Twenga and save even more.
Twenga lets you consult product specifications, read user reviews and find the best price.
Since Twenga is all about saving money, search results are listed by price in an objective and neutral manner.
Here is a user video of the app in action…
This episode of the Mobile Orchard Podcast features Glen Low, the creator of Instaviz. Instaviz is a graphing and mind-mapping application with a novel, Newton-like shape drawing interface. Glen won the 2004 Apple Design award for his porting Graphviz, the OSS graph layout software, to OS-X. Instaviz uses Graphviz — normally a techie’s tool — […]
I have a copy of the exiled app Netsharing that I purchased before Apple mercilessly ripped from the App Store last summer. Unfortunately, I’ve never used it since it is unclear to me just how closely, and easily Apple can monitor the use o such contract-breaking things. Fortunately a kosher means of tethering is on its way and, rumor is, we won’t have long to wait.
TUAW has posted a rumor that an official tethering plan may role out as early as this week. While a supposed 5GB cap for an additional $30 might not sound like a great deal, having the option to do so without fear of retribution is ALWAYS nice.
I find myself increasingly comfortable leaving home without my notebook even when I have a good deal of work to do. Thanks to my iPhone and a growing assortment of productivity apps I’m able to do almost everything I might need to do computer-wise right on my handheld.
Now Soonr takes it one step further by making it possible to not only access files on your iPhone remotely, but to collaborate with others too. With Soonr…
Everyone creates their own personal cloud using the software you download here. Select the files and folders you always want with you, and enjoy your new cloud power on your iPhone or anything with a browser!
And there’s more. Be in control and in touch even when you’re away from your desk and computers are turned off. New freedom, security and mobility.
It looks to be an incredibly powerful tool. So powerful, in fact, that it’s best understood through a demonstration.
To recap from yesterday- Pocket Informant for iPhone was announced as early as the opening of the App Store. Six months later we’re still waiting but…
It will not be much longer before we actually do see the release of the application. Alex will be at MacWorld this week and will be giving some demonstrations of Pocket Informant which is moving closer and closer to release..
Having seen a Beta version I’m pleased to tell you that the wait will have been worth it. The version currently on my iPhone looks great and is incredibly usable.
In my opinion, Alex has made some excellent choices with regard to the application. He understands that, due to Apple’s limitations, it cannot integrate directly with the iPhone’s data but needs to sync with online applications and services. Alex has chosen two of the best. For calendar syncing the choise is Google calendar. For tasks synching the choice is chosen Toodledo. That means that once the application is released you’ll need only one application forcalendaring and tasks. Better yet, they will be fully integrated with one another. Details and some a number of high-quality screenshots right from my iPhone after the jump.
Congrats to out TextLater Winners kuratsu, droe, am-woi, schmegs, supes33, joshnadel
If you didn’t win a copy you can get it HERE in the App Store.
And to our Agent18 case winners- tblanken, BigGuy
Dimitri’s company Portable Arts is back with their third release. This time they figured, why deal with one body part when there are so many from which to choose. The result, Grossinator,
As they explain it–
The human body is like its own instrument. So we took all the different body sounds and put them into this one application. Your own portable human sound machine is here in Grossinator!
Organized by the part of the body producing the sound, we include over 80 sounds in this app:
Breathing, Burping, Coughing, Hiccups, Laughing, Screaming, Slurping, Vomiting, Yawns, Sneezes, Snores, and everyones favorite, sounds from your Rump, you know… Farts!
You can loop a sound for continuous play, delay your sounds and catch your friends off guard, or que up the sounds to be played in any order you like!
At only .99, you can’t go wrong.
You can get Grossinator HERE in the App Store.
I’ve quickly become a big fan of TextLater and, based on some emails I’ve received, so have a number of our readers.
We have copies of TextLater to give away tonight at 10pm est.
For a chance to win one leave a comment here and tell us what iPhone app has seen the most use in the first 4 days of 2009.
When the iPhone was first released many were pleasantly surprised to find that with pokey Edge service with which it was saddled was a bit less pokey than expected. Yes, while the Edge network was still a far cry from 3G it had been pushed up to better speeds than before.
Well apparently those halcion days are over.