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Time is definitely one of those things in life that are relative. During certain activities time moves exceptionally slowly. During other activities, such as vacations, time flies by.
So it is that a week of vacation comes to an end before it even feels like it began. After a week out of the northeast’s cold who am I to complain though.
Although I brought both my iPhone and one of the new HP MiniNote 1000 netbooks with me, my primary device ended up being my Touch.
I didn’t plan it that way. In fact, I picked up the netbook the day before the trip because I planned to use it as my primary device. I ended up using the Touch most of the time though and it gave me a bit more insight into the device than I had before. In the process it convinced me even more that the device is excellent and has the potential to be even better.
So why, if I had a netbook with me did the Touch get so much more use than I expected?
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You just never know when an iPod Touch and a simple little app will come in handy. Tonight was a good example…
By: Iconic Notes
By: Speed Brain
By: return7, LLC
The minute I first got a cell phone ages ago and noticed the large clock in the center of the screen, I abandoned the concept of ever wearing wristwatches ever again. Since I need to carry around a cell phone anyway which clearly displayed the time, it meant only one thing to forget rather than two (of course, that also means that if you lose one, you lose both). Taking that idea to the iPhone and/or the iPod Touch, there are a myriad of clock applications available that are either free or cheap (the most expensive I found was 99 cents).
A quick note to developers-
Thanks to the firmware 2.2 upgrade the second geneeation iPod Touch has audio-in so long as a microphone is plugged in. That means a few things.
It means that WebIS’s excellent Note2Self voice note recorder now works fully on the Touch.
It means that if I can ever get Fring and Nimbuzz working properly with SkypeOut the Touch will become a nifty little VOIP handset.
It means that apps that can’t even be loaded onto the Touch due to it’s lack of a mic (yes Jott I’m talking to you) and apps that load but in a limited format that excludes voice note (hello ReQall) need to rework their apps and issue updates.
Firmware 2.2 and it’s mic line-in is a potentially huge going for users of the iPod Touch and I hope developers recognize the fact sooner rather than later.