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I still find it rather frustrating that Apple has not added the capability of using the iPhone’s camera to take video. It doesn’t really make sense to me but then again it’s only one of a number of moves that Apple has and continues to make that are beyond comprehension. As a result, for the for suitable future were left trying to find workarounds. Some have chosen to jail break their iPhone’s well others have just given up and grabbed up one of of "flip video minos". (that would include yours truly.) Now some innovative folks have found a unique way to get some of that functionality right on their iPhone’s without having to jail break.
12 seconds is both an iPhone application and a website for sharing your creations. The iPhoto application creates an effect that, up to a certain degree, creates the appearance of a brief video clip. It works this way —
Cocos2D is an development framework for building 2D games and other graphical applications in Python. Cocos2D-iPhone offers more of the same, but focused at the iPhone and Objective C! It’s open source and makes it really easy to develop 2D games for the iPhone. There’s built-in support for physics (using Chipmunk), sprites, parallax scrolling, iPhone […]
I really liked iMenorah. A lot of thought went into making this app. After posting my review immediately received an email from someone who commented, "While I might not otherwise look at an applike this wWe’ll be on a famiy roadtrip the first day of Hannukah and this is a perfect solution!"
iMenorah received an update last night. Itis not a far smaller and more compact installation that can be downloaded via EDGE or 3G network. (Previously WiFi was required.)
The good folks at Jutanabet have provided a code for us to give away. (Thanks guys!) So with Hannukah just around the corner…
By: pFlix- pocket flix
By: PhoneFlix - Netflix for the iPhone
A few years ago I traded in my 4-5 minute commute to work for one that, on a good day, is at least a half hour. (And if the roads are even the slightest bit slick or the traffic a little heavy, it takes at least 45 minutes or more.) While I know that’s not a long commute by most people’s standards compared to 4-5 minutes it’s been a significant change. As a result, I try to keep my eye on traffic patterns and I do my best to make the most of the time in the car. Sometimes it means listening to music or catching up on podcasts but often it means being on the phone either with someone else or with Jott. Unfortunately, most of my driving between home and the office is on the highway and my Subaru Outback, while good with regard to helping ensure that I can get in when I need to, is pretty darn noisy. I’ve lost count of the number of times my assistant has told me that she could no longer hear me even though we had an excellent connection.
So since moving I’ve been on the lookout for a good hands-free system. I’ve found a number that are quite good but none that I really loved.
By: Jerry Jones
Like many of you, I love a free lunch. The opportunity to obtain something at any desired level (whether mildly or voraciously) at no personal cost is dear to my heart. Fortunately, when one has an iPhone or iPod Touch and an iTunes account, one has access to a myriad of free stuff. Specifically, free games. It doesn’t matter if their purpose is purely marketing or it is simply the case of some programmer who believes in the philosophy of sharing code at no cost. Here are a few good examples of App Store freebies and my opinion of them. Feel free to download and install any or all at your leisure.
By: Happy Hols