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ABContacts is a full featured contacts manager. The app works with the same archive of the built-in Contacts app so everithing you do in ABContacts will be visible in Contacts and Phone app and converseley. The advanced features will be very useful to those are using the iPhone for business or to those that have many contacts. SEARCH AND LISTING FEATURES : – The search bar will search notes, first and last name, company, job titles and departments (configurable to work on words or full search); – Optionally show contact pictures; – Company view shows contacts grouped by company; – Contact filtering to show a reduced set of contacts; can filter by company, city, state, country and part of notes; – Shows upcoming birthdays; – Shows upcoming events; – Shows unfiled contacts; – Shows company, job title and department on the contact list; – Optionally uses phonetic informations when sorting;
CONTACTS AND GROUPS FEATURES: – Add new contact in one fast screen; – Quick action to email to groups of contacts (using TO or BCC); – Quick actions to call, email and sms a contact faster; – Send contact information to others by email; – Create, rename and delete group of contacts; – Edit contact group membership on one screen; – Assign and remove contacts to groups with a fast and simple interface; – Create, edit and remove contacts with the same user interface as the contacts built-in app; – Mail and SMS are sent using the built-in applications; – A lot of customizable options in the settings. Notes: To open the Quick Actions double tap on the group or contact. No sms to group sorry, it can’t be done with the current software development kit; No VCARD (just simple text email) since we can’t send attachment yet with the built-in Mail app. When emailing to groups, BCC requires firmware 2.2 See the website for the user’s guide with many screenshots. IMPORTANT: If something is not working for you PLEASE contact the support email. If you just write in reviews we can’t understand what the problem is and fix it. We have carefully tested the app but there may exist unexpected conditions and we can’t find them if you don’t contact us. WARNING: Group management is not supported if you are synching with Exchange or MobileMe over the air. Synching using iTunes is supported. All other features are supported with any synching method.
This version comes with a lot of new features and improvements. Some features can be activated or deactivated only on the Setting app of the device. – Optionally on-demand loading of groups information makes the app start faster; – Optionally show contact pictures on contact lists; – Configurable search mode for search bar: words or full; – Optionally search notes, job title and department from the search bar; – Company view to show contacts grouped by company; – Startup setting to always startup on group list, all contacts or last used location; – Optional phonetic sorting; – Redesigned toolbar leaves more space to group names; – Include notes and addresses when sending contact information; – Uses nickname if first name, last name and company are not available; – Russian localization; – Bug fixes;
Please note this will be the last few days that hiCard suite will be sold for only $0.99. Soon to be released hiCard – Holiday has been submitted to Apple and once it hits the App Store it will be included in hiCard – Suite and the price will be raised to $1.99 (see options below). Everyone who has purchased hiCard up to that point will be grandfathered into hiCard Suite for free.??**Description**Welcome to the easiest portable icard application ever made. Simply …- Select a hiCard- Enter a greeting on the back- and Hit send??It’s that easy. Anytime, Anyplace … send a card¬e to a loved one anywhere in the World. No need to be near a post office or a computer to send a postcard, just select and send.??hiCard – Suite**Features include:- Modern designs (not" cheesy ")- All hand crafted ecards- Easy to navigate views with flawless flow- Greetings for any occasion (and always growing), Hi / Hello, Valentines, Holidays/Hanukkah/Chrisas/Kawanzaa, Birthday, Thank You?Â just to name a few- hiCard files are included in email body (no links)- Ability to access contacts’email addresses to send postcards- Message is sent via encrypted message to our ISP’s email servers, just like other email programs (i.e. Gmail)- No SPAM or annoying advertisements sent with email- Automatically saves the card you are working on- Ability to edit message subject- Ability to send card to multiple contacts at the same time- Unlimited Free updates (including any new future hiCard Apps!)?We have worked hard to make hiCard the best ecard application in the App Store, and thank all our current users for their amazing feedback and suggestions to date. Please enjoy hiCard and if it meets your expectations, let us know in your reviews! Also, please visit our website for additional details, forums, FAQ and to see pictures of all available cards. All hiCards crafted by JWWith hiCard elements provided by the talented artists at www.designerdigitals.com
FastCall makes it possible to find and contact anyone in no time flat. In just a few taps, you’ll find whomever you need to find. Can’t remember the name? Just type in the title or company/organization. FastCall will read your mind and pull the right name out of a hat.??What’s more, there’s an effortless way to see everyone you call, SMS, and e-mail most often. Just take a look at the Heaap. Contacts that you frequently access appear in hot colors. All the others are displayed in cooler colors. Since Heaap learns from your usage habits, it’s always getting smarter. You can even sort by Most Frequently Accessed so that the hottest contacts always appear at the top of the search results.
The hope that Apple will finally introduce Cut and Paste is an ever-present, but as of yet unfulfilled, hope.
Various work arounds have been offered including a web-based soution that made the rounds earlier this week. One app that brings cut and paste in a highly effective manner is MagicPad.
While MagicPad is limited to cut and paste within the app itself, it works perfectly. Moreover, MagicPad offers the opportunity to create rich-text with a variety of fonts, colors and more.
A recent update includes-
Shazam is one of those really cool apps that you totally don’t need but, once you have it and use it a few times are REALLY glad to have. It has already itroduced me to half a dozen songs and artists I didn’t previously know.
The app is a relatively simple concept- when you hear a song you don’t know, either on the radio or, more often for me, on TV, you fire up Shazam, let the app "listen" to it for a few seconds and, a short time later, it tells you the artist and song. The first few times you use Shazam you can’t help be but wowed by it.
With the app you can-
– Identify music from the radio,TV, film, or in a store
– Save your search history
– Buy music you hear since tags link directly to iTunes
– See related videos on YouTube
– Personalize Tags with Photos
– Email your Tags to friends
Shazam was already pretty great but a recent update…
One of the must have pieces of software for any Mac user is a little application called TextExpander. Text Expander has a huge range of uses but the most important one, at least for me, is ability to create short text micro. For instance, if I type the word AADRESS with two "aa"s at begining, the program automatically input my home address completely. Similarly, If I type the word WWORK it puts in my work place address immediately. It’s incredibly useful piece of software and the more of these shortcuts you create and use, the more useful the application becomes. Very often in any given document or email, I find myself using it at least five or six times at a minimum. It’s one of those applications that, having now used it for a while, I’m not sure I could live without.
By: Pocket Magic
Over the past week we’ve taken look at a number of various applications designed for managing your Netflix queue from your iPhone or iPod Touch. It’s been interesting process for me look at all of the applications in a certain category, for during the process I’ve gotten a real sense of how various developers can approach crafting an application. It only serves to increase my respect for the men and women who are devoting countless hours to rapidly developing the newest platform in computing. In this final post I’ll give a brief overview and draw a few conclusions.
First off let me say this — while some apps were more polished, graphically interesting, or user-friendly than others, there weren’t any in this group that were bad. There were some I liked more than others but not once did I look at an app and think- "somebody did a lousy job and just rushed this out so that they could have something in the App Store." And believe me, there have been many times since July 11th when I thought just that. Not once here!
I was struck that a few of the applications covered only half the ground I wanted covered. While some were excellent at managing the Netflix queue for physical DVDs, they completely overlooked the instant queue which is such an important part of Netflix now. In other cases, the application was specifically intended for managing the instant queue but overlooked the physical DVD queue entirely. It seems curious to me why anyone would want to have two different applications rather than one that integrates both parts. But that’s just me.
So which application will remain on my iPhone and my iPod touch now that this series is done? The answer is clear…
If I want an application that is specifically intended for managing my Netflix queue it’s iPhlix. Although the application costs $2.99 (which makes it one of the two most expensive apps in this group) what you get for the money is excellent. The application is graphically interesting, manages both your physical DVD queue and your instant DVD queue, it has a nice search feature and it allows you to rapidly search movie database to find it any movies to which a specific actor or director has been connected previously. With this application on your iPhone you’ll likely never have to visit the Netflix website from your computer. That’s definitely worth the cost of the application.
If I want to manage both my physical dvd queue and my instant queue but don’t want to spend $2.99, my choice would be Queuetastic. It is easy to use, offers the important basic features and handles both kinds of queue.
While both are excellent, hoever, I won’t be keeping either on my iPhone. As soon as I’m done with this post I will be re-syncing my iPhone and removing all of the Netflix applications. Why? Because as I already have an application on my iPhone that does everything I need when it comes to managing my Netflix queues. iTV’s Netflix section allows you to search and manage both your physical and your instant queues and it does so quite well. And since I already use the application to check both my television listings and my local theaters, it only makes sense for me use it to manage my Netflix queues as well. The application now integrates all of the visual media that I enjoy and best of all it’s free.
It was clear that things were changing when Apple didn’t pull TruPhone from the App Store after it added its "use you cell connection to by-pass cell providers so you can make super cheap internaitonal calls" err I mean, its "Truphone Anywhere" feature this week
That was a big change but this… this has me thinking the earth has changed its rotation and hell is freezing over…
The app Pull My Finger was rejected from the App Store for being "useless" which, in this case was a euphemism for "in bad taste". Yet today this gem of an app was released… iFart Mobile!!
(EDIT: According to TUAW Pull My Finger is on the way back too! Oh, Lucky Day!)
Yes, it doesn’t even use a cute name to hide what it does. This wonderful new app…