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When it comes to iPhone cases I’m kind of like Goldilocks- I’m constantly searching for the one that is "Just Right". (That, mind you, is the ONLY similarity!)
I want good protection that doesn’t add a lot of bulk or weight to the device. I want easy and complete access to all its functions, especially the touchscreen. And I want it to look great.
I’ve used various permanent shields and while I like the degree of protection and the fact that they don’t add weight or size, I don’t like the feel of them. So my search continues…
When RichardSolo sent out their 1800 Backup Battery for review they were also kind enough to included another of the growing number of products they have available on RichardSolo.com- the Contour Flick. The Flick comes pretty close to meeting everything I want in a case.
I loved my first generation iPhone but wished it had 3G. I love the high speed data of my iPhone 3G but wish it had the battery life of my first iPhone. Ah yes, you can’t have it all.
Thanks to accessories like the Richard Solo 1800 Backup Battery, though, you can get darn close!
I previously had a chance to review RichardSolo’s original 1200 mAh iPhone backup battery. It is a simple to carry, simple to use, solution to get more life out of your power-hungry iPhone. The RS1800 is its big older brother and the difference is huge! The battery is too!
Like their prior offerings, the RS1800 plugs into the dock connector of the iPhone.
I’ve long been a fan of Aspyr Media’s game and I’m glad to see them moving into the iPhone app space in a big way. Their first release, Buggled, is a
fun and active game of multi-touch finger twister. Ladybugs attempt to escape your nimble fingers in this game filled with charming visuals and curious sounds. So keep your fingers on the ladybugs and don’t get Buggled!
But Aspyr is just getting started. Upcoming releases include-
It took a while but there is finally a nice selection of shielded speaker systems built to withstand the horrid “GSM BUZZZZZZZZ” that is so common thanks to the iPhone’s built-in GSM radio.
I looked through a number of them for my office and eventually settles on the JBL On Stage IIIP Portable Loudspeaker Dock.
At a list price of just below $130, JBL describes the IIIP as
the ideal travel partner. Imagine the convenience of taking the JBL On Stage IIIP speaker dock on the road and enjoying the sound right on your desktop.
I have been using it for a while now and love it.
Since we launched What’s On iPhone this June, we have had, and continue to have, a great time reviewing the growing number of applications available in the iTunes App Store.
It is, and remains, our focus here on the site. But, applications are just the first part of what makes the iPhone a remarkable device.
Just as new apps enhance the usability of the iPhone and help unlock its potential, so too do the ever growing number of iPhone accessories.
They enhance the usefulness and enjoyment of our favorite electronic wonder. In fact, apps and accessories often go hand in hand. A good speaker system can help pump out the music flowing from Pandora. A high quality noise canceling headset makes Jott job transcribing your message all the more accurate. And, a good case can make using the iPhone to play the new (and awesome!) racing game Fastlane easier or much more difficult.
Accessories are a key part of the iPhone’s ecology, so starting today, we’ll be looking at a few each Wednesday.
While we won’t be losing our focus on new and updated applications, we’ll spend some time every Wednesday, giving our thoughts on some of the best (and worst) in the ever-growing world of iPhone and iPod Touch accessories.
So today, we welcome you to the first edition of Accessory Wednesdays.
Ed Burnette, a writer for ZDNet, is currently taking a 5 day course on iPhone programming at the Big Nerd Ranch. As an Android developer, he was intrigued to see how developing for the iPhone differed and took the plunge. From this, comes a series of incredibly detailed blog posts, iPhone vs Android Development (day […]
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Well, it may have been delayed by a few days but Google Mobile App with Voice-Enabled Search was released a short while ago. (Thanks for the headsup J3003!)
Was it worth the wait?? You Bet!
For some reason iTunes did not indicate that an update was available so I removed the app from my iPhone, downloaded the Google app in the App Store and resynced my iPhone. There it was- real voice enabled search on my iPhone.