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Japanese iPhone developer Ku was struggling to get the hang of the transform property of UIView – and wanted a quick and easy way to manipulate the variables in real-time by trial and error to get a feel for it. He set to work, and the result is UIMonkey, a JSCocoa-powered interactive console for the […]
By: RANDY ADAMS
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Among the many complaints with regard to the iPhone’s lackings thusfar (and there have been many), was the device’s continued reliance on a physical sync with iTunes on order to download podcasts. This was exacerbated by Apples rejection of the app Podcaster.
As I have previously noted, the app (which I purchased an ad hoc copy of) worked beautifully. It became obvious a few weeks back, however, that the rejection by Apple was the result of Apple already prepping their own OTA access to podcasts.
Well, it arrived with 2.2 and works quite well. Even so, I have mixed feelings about it, as I feel badly for Podcaster’s developer who put in a good deal of time and effort on something that is now entirely unecessary. While I know it will never happen, I wish Apple would make public a list of future goals and objectives so others don’t have to waste their time in such a way. At the same time, I am thrilled to see the podcast feature added. While I had a copy of Podcasters for my iPhone, I didn’t have it on my Touch. Now, with the 2.2 update, I do, and I love it.
So here’s my question for you…
Now that podcasting is here, are you actually using it? If so, what are your favorite podcasts?
Its funny, just yesterday as I was making sure my iPhone was loaded with any and every app I might want while on vacation.
I was thinking that it has been a while since we had heard anything about Instapaper. For those of you who may not be familiar with Instapaper, it allows you to grab any web page while browsing, save it with one click and then access it in a clean (images and links removed), easy to read format on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
While expensive IMO, the $9.99 pro version of the software add some useful features not found in the free app such as auto scrolling and text customization. It is one of the $10 app I actually DO NOT regret purchasing. You can read more about Instapaper in my post HERE.)
Well, as luck would have it, a quick look at the App Store this morning at 5am before heading to the airport showed that Instapaper Pro was just updated. It is a nice update that, in my opiion, adds substancially to the value of the pro version. The update includes-
By: Michael Hertz
Evernote now has over half a million registered users.
That is a pretty big number, but as someone who uses Evernote constantly, and finds it incredibly useful for my work, web and personal life, I’m actually a bit surprised it isn’t higher.
The number that is really something is this…
The folks at Freeverse are nuts! Seriously nuts. (And that ‘s a good thing!)
After spending the summer playing their WingNuts 2 game for Mac I have come to appreciate their quirky style, their sense of humor and their off-beat sense of what makes a great game.
Burning Monkey Casino is no exception.
The app costs a mere $.99 and for that you get… more fun that a barrel of monkeys. Want to play some slots? They have you covered. Blackjack? Yup. Video Poker? You bet! And the list goes on to include Money Wheel, Pachinko, Scratch-n-Win Lotto, 3 Card Monty and even a lounge act.
With so many apps on my iPhone and iPod Touch I get a couple of app updates almost every day.
I love it.
Sometimes the update speeds up an app. Sometimes it improves the stability of the app. But more often than not, the update add some feature to an app that makes it a little bit (or sometimes a whole lot) better.
Updating them one at a time can, however, be more than a bit of a pain, though.