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By: Joel Evans
There are lots of tutorials and resources about for implementing features on the iPhone now, but what’s lacking is a little inspiration. What can you use your development abilities to produce? Even if you have a few ideas, it’s possible that you haven’t taken every single feature into consideration in order to come up with […]
By: Jirbo, Inc.
We wrote about iNewz previously and really liked the concept.
Instead of subscribing to one or two RSS feeds, iNews provides you with the news from several different sources all at the same time. In doing so it helps ensure that you get more than one single perspective. Moreover, it organizes and delivers the information is a nice, convenient way.
At the time, however, iNewz suffered from two fatal flaws- it did not permit offline access to articles and there was no way to email something of interest to others.
Did this update fix those issues?
I am in the midst of evaluating the new RememberThe Milk app for iPhone and am more than a bit impressed.
Just when I thought deciding between the various task apps couldn’t get any more complex… it got even more complex.
Yup, my current task app of choice, Appigo’s ToDo, just received is significant update to version 1.4. It is a significant update that makes the choice between ToDo,Toodledo, RTM, Things and OmniFocus even more difficult.
Truth is, I have been using a beta version of this new version for a bit over a week andvI must say, it takes an impressive app and makes it even better.
Among the enhancements this version brings are improved start-up time, performance, and network connectivity information.
That, however, is just the beginning. This new version adds…
I was thinking a better name for this might be– "iMysogonist". I mean, assuming one’s "significant other" goes through monthly bouts of crazed erract behavior… come one.
If this app weren’t so obviously sexist it would be downright funny. Oh, who are we kidding. It IS obviously sexist AND it is absolutely totally, completely hysterical. The app’s description says it all…
With one button click, always know when your girlfriends / wife have their period. Enjoy peace and quiet in your relationships. Prevent arguments and unnecessary misunderstandings, save money, plan your dates, vacations, weekend trips, and major discussions within her “best time period” of the month, the Green Zone. iCycle is extremely simple to use and was specifically created for men but can be used by women just as well. If you are dating, married, or simply want to keep track of the important women in your life, iCycle can help improve your relationship(s).