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Create with Context – a strategic research and design firm based in Silicon Valley – has conducted some research into how people use their iPhones and the apps on them. The result is How people really use the iPhone – a compelling 61 slide presentation. Create with Context’s findings come from a combination of in-lab […]
By: Typing Genius
We wrote about Smart Dial WEEKS ago and after a 9 week (yes, nine week!) review period it has been released in the App Store. According to the developer Gary Fung, Smart Dial is…
… the dialer app everyone has been waiting for! Never scroll through thousands of contacts again! No need to search your contacts with a qwerty keyboard! Smart Dial allows you to quickly dial your contacts by spelling their name directly on the number keypad.
Smart Dial’s features include-
Long before you could just "Google It" to find out if a product was worth the money, there was the "bible of shopping"- Consumer Reports.
There were stacks of old issues in my house growing up because if CR rated "it" (whatever "it" was, highly, "it" was worth buying!)
Even now, if you want a source you know is reliable CR is the place to go. What makes CR different is that they do not accept outside advertising, free test samples or anything else that might limit their ability to offer unbiased reviews. They have "… no agenda other than the interests of the consumer…" And it shows!
Now, thanks to the new CR app, to get that wealth of information now all you need to do is reach in your pocket and pull out your iPhone.
Michael Koppelman – an iPhone developer and model rocket enthusiast – decided to combine his hobbies by launching an iPhone into the skies with his very own “iPhone rocket.” Mobile Orchard’s Dan Grigsby interviewed Michael on his experiment (see Flash video below or go to the video at Vimeo). No video above? Watch the iPhone […]
Patrick Collison is a Canadian-based Irish iPhone developer who has put together an “API Explorer” for the iPhone. Patrick’s API explorer shows an outline of the iPhone’s classes and uses Objective C’s run-time introspection to present the implemented protocols, methods, and instance variables of every loaded class. Not only that, but in many cases you […]