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Pano for iPhone is, by far, one of the neatest iPhone imaging applications I have seen. It lets you take a series of pictures and then seemlessly stiches then together to create a beautiful panorama. Best of all, the entire process occurs ON THE IPHONE ITSELF!
The interface is simple, the process is quick and the results are nothing short of stunning. Now Pano, which was just released last month, has already received a nice update.
In Version 2.0, Pano
The rumormill is beginning to build for MacWorld 2009. Once again, we’re seeing all sorts of buzz. Some are a bit interesting but many of them are simply rehashings of previous rumors. Yes, I am referring to the "larger than an iPhone but not a slate tablet" and the "Apple NetBook" rumors. Yes indeed… here we go again.
Having gotten caught up in previous rumor-fest-fever over the last year and a half, I’m gonna take a pass on this one. Yes, I will simply wait and see what actually happens . . . . . . .
Oh, who am I kidding… I want to see a tablet 2 to 3 times the size of the iPhone!!! Please, Uncle Steve… pretty please?!
Unfortunately, something tells me it isn’t happening this year either.
I won’t however, be surprised to see the release of a 32-gigabyte iPhone, though. With the increase in capacity, the reduction of price, and the ability to put more and more memory in the same physical space, it seems inevitable that the iPhone will jump up to the same capacity as the largest capacity iPod Touch. Here’s the thing, though- I’m not all that interested in it. In fact, I’m not interested in it at all.
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When you absolutely, positively, don’t want to actually talk… use the newly released Slydial iPhone app.
What is Slydial? Slydial let’s you bypass actually having to speak to the person you can and instead jump directly to voicemail. (With the on-again-off-again reception of some celular phones they’ll never know you didn’t ACTUALLY call.)
The Slydial app lets you make Slydial calls from your iPhone to anyone in your address book so long as they have a U.S. mobile number. Just click on the Slydial icon, select the mobile number and the app instantly puts you in the other person’s Voice Mail.
So whether you don’t want to bother someone or are just trying to avoid actually having to speak to them, the free slydial app has you covered.
Then again, you could always just send an email or a text…
Slydial is available HERE in the App Store for free.
As I wrote yesterday, I am a huge fan of Mental Case, the flash card creator and study tool from www.maccoremac.com.
I think both the Mac application and the iPhone app are exceptionally well done. Moreover, now that access to FlashcardExchange.com is part of the all new Mental Case 2.0 app, new flash card sets can be found and downloaded over the air. Mental Case is even better than before and offers a ton of possibilities for learning and organizing
The Mac application costs $25 and the full Mental Case for iPhone app (which allows for ota downloads and on-iPhone editing) costs $7.99.
The good folks at maccoremac.com have been kind enough to offer codes for both the desktop and iPhone app to one of our whatsoniphone.com readers. (Thanks Drew!)
Here’s all you have to do-
In this latest episode of Mobile Orchard’s iPhone Developer podcast, Dan Grigsby interviews two iPhone developers: Padraig Kennedy and Pete Schwamb (Mobile Orchard profile). You can listen using the Flash player above, download the MP3, or subscribe to the iPhone Developer Podcast using the instructions at the bottom of this post. Padraig Kennedy on decoding […]
Poker Stacks is brand new in the App store. Its developer claims it is
based on games like Bejeweled 2, Tetris, or Bubbles and builds on them in that you are trying to match real poker hands to clear the board and move to the next level.
Moreover, they claim
If you love games like Trism, Puzzle Quest, Fuzzle, Poker Dice, Glyph, or Aurora Feint and/or you enjoy Video Poker or Texas Hold ‘Em you have to give Poker Stacks a try.
I love Bejeweled. Tetris is nothing short of a classic. And I was out with a friend last night who adores Trism. So trying to mention your game in the same post as those amazing ones is potentially chutzpah.
Thanks to the developer, I have had a chance to play Poker Stacks for the last day and I already have a clear conclusion on this one…
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Dimitri was more than a bit taken with Fieldrunners when he reviewed it recently. As he put it-
Wow. One word that pretty much says everything I feel about this game. I am usually not the type of person to play a game on the iPhone for a few hours, but on more than one instance, I found myself doing just that. This game is by far my favorite game for the iPhone.
(And if you were to search all of whatsoniphone you would find that this is NOT the way he normally describes games!)
Well, Fieldrunners received a nice update recently. Among them-
There has never been a doubt in my mind that the iPhone than the iPod Touch had the potential to be superb educational tools. They just needed the right tool. Well, the right tool exists and it is amazing.
I’ve been meaning to write about Mental Case for some time now and the release of version 2 of the iPhone app definitely calls for a full review. This update changes the entire application and its power and makes it nothing short of a "must have" for any student at any age!
There are two parts to Mental Case. There is a Mac application and an iPhone/iPod Touch application. They can work independently of one another but when used together are even more powerful.
We’ll look at both…
So we try to keep it clean here on whatsoniphone. And it’s going to stay that way.
But darn it if we haven’t heard this complaint over and over again…
you want to be more expressive than usual (or perhaps "as normal") but you come up with sentences like
Yeah, autocorrect is nice and works great, but sometimes it gets in the way.
Well the good folks over at Gizmodo have you covered…