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Category: Apps, iPhone Apps
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Do you love the iPhone but think the camera leaves a little (a LOT!!!) to be desired?
Which is why the Clarifi from Griffin is such a cool little iPhone accessory.
The Clarifi is a hard slip-on case (similar to the Contour Flick case we reviewed last week) with a twist- it has a built-in lens that, when slid over the iPhone’s camera makes a world of difference.
Griffin sent me one a few weeks back and I’ve been super impressed. I posted a full review over on Gear Diary which you can check out HERE.
I’ll be laying a bit low the next few days as I had wrist surgery earlier today.
While the surgery went well the aftermath promises to be "interesting". I have been told to expect that, for at least the next week or so, I’ll be very happy that someone invented powerful pain medication. Moreover for the next 8-12 weeks I won’t have use of my right hand. That means no more rapid two thumb typing on the iPhone which is an issue since I do a good bit of my emailing, note-taking and posting from it.
Since the iPhone is such an important productivity tool for me (in addition to being a fantastic entertainment device) I have been thinking through which apps might best help compensate for my one-handedness.
Here are a few that stand out…
As I was finishing up this series I received an e-mail about Queuetastic, yet another application for managing your Netflix queue list. Since I was hoping to be as complete as possible I refrain from hitting the "publish" button on the conclusion and downloaded the application. I’m glad I did.
This is a great example of creating an app that is simple to use but complete. It doesn’t include the fancy, but often unnecessary, "extras" like e-mailing your friends or twittering. It doesn’t even give you direct access to you to previews for the movie. But what it does do it does well. And it provides all the functions that are really important if you wan to managed you are Netflix queue from your iPhone or iPod touch.
By: iPhlix - Netflix Queue Manager
In the mist of writing reviews on the various iPhone applications for accessing and managing your Netflix queue, I have, thus far, focused on those applications that are specifically intended for Netflix (or in one case for Netflix and Blockbuster).
I would, however, be remiss if I didn’t also include mention of iTV which recently added access to your Netflix queue.
Now that Apple has loosened up a bit about which applications make it into the App Store and which don’t, a slew of new ones are making their way to an iPhone near you.
Some have slightly off-color humor and some — like so many applications before them– are sound machines. Instead of creating the soft sound of flowing water, or chirping of birds, however, these offer… a variety of bodily sounds.
Well, imagine my surprise this morning when I discovered that one of the newly released apps in this rapidly growing genre has a familiar name attached to it. Yes, folks, my friend and website partner, Dimitri, has launched the iPhone App company Portable Arts and they have released their very first iPhone application — Who Farted?
If you’re one of those developers who logs in to iTunes Connect ten times a day to keep an eye on the sales figures, AppSales is probably just the tonic you need! AppSales-Mobile is an iPhone app that allows you to download and easily analyze your daily and weekly sales reports from iTunes Connect. You […]
I will begin by saying, Congratulations to all the golf application developers out there. You have over exceeded the expectations of what a golf application can do and with all respect, took advantage of every nook and cranny that the iPhone has to offer to bring us the best experience on a golf outing.
As I contemplate and write this article, I think it’s suffice to say that this article warrants a blog for all the golf applications that will be released in the next few days. We have amazing golf applications that are constantly evolving right before our eyes and believe me, reviewing every one of them and deciding the method to the madness is one heck of a task.
In the next coming days, perhaps weeks, we will bring to you our deep analysis and review of each application and hopefully, by the time you read through each application, you can decide what suits best for your outing. We do plan to have a showdown between these applications but that is slated for a later time.
If your golf application has been left out, please feel free to contact me and we can try to include them here. Please do note that most of the golf application developers were contacted several weeks ago prior to this posting and if you were one of the developers to have opted out, well, more money to another developer.
In addition, we also did handpick top golf applications that we considered top of their game (no pun intended). Perhaps, we may have been biased but we wanted to give you our full head-on, no BS review that will give you the feeling to have purchased the best bang for your buck.
Lastly, every application was field tested during an outing to see whether functionality and workflow wise, it works. Sometimes simple is better, but we’ll see as you read on.
So let’s begin.