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There is no doubt that Pangea are among the most talented Mac OSX coders around. Their Mac games have fantastic graphics, superb sounds, and a whole lot of fun. Moreover, in bringing their games to the iPhone, they have an uncanny ability to make the game as much, or even more enjoyable on the handheld vs. the desktop versions.
I was shocked to find that the iPhone versions of Enigmo and Cro-Mag Rally look and feel just like the Mac versions. Add to that some recent price drops and you have some great iPhone gaming!
A few months back I received a copy of their Mac game Nanosaur 2 as part of an application bundle. It is a good game and I enjoyed playing it immensely over the summer. It is for that reason I was thrilled to see that Pangea has now brought it to the iPhone, as well.
By: Touch Hockey: FS5 (FREE)
One sure sign that the iPhone app world is rapidly maturing is the degree of drama already unfolding in some corners of the App Store universe.
Case in point number one… Beer-gate.
Apparently Hottrix, the developers behind iBeer (a silly simulated beer app) is suing the Coors beer company for 12.5 million. The basis for the lawsuit…
One app that just received a nice, but unnoticed, update is Web Apps.
Web Apps is a great free app that reminds us that there are still iPhone and iPod Touch web apps out there (the bread and butter of iPhone usage during its first year).
Web Apps provides easy access to hundreds of web based apps and offers numerous ways to organize and sort apps. When you see an app that interests you, it is just a tap away thanks to Web Apps. Best of all, the apps open up within the application so you can easily close them and move to another without the hassle of the Safari browser with its limit of just 8 pages.
One of the first, and still one of the best apps for moving files to and from your iPhone and iPod Touch. We reviewed it way back in the dark ages of iPhone apps (July 16th) and liked it a lot.
It has now been updated to version 1.1 and, as a result, is more useful than ever.
This update not only includes memory usage, upgraded graphics and bug fixes but it…
Since iPhone 2.0 was first released I have been using NetNewsWire as my RSS reader of choice. It worked well and, after a round or two of updates, did the job of allowing access to my RSS feeds on the go for me. It synched well with NewsGator and the desktop version of NetNewsWire, allowed offline access to feed updates and let me add new posts to my clippings.
It had one MAJOR flaw however that still isn’t fixed– once a post was added to my clippings I could not access it from the app. Not being able to come back and actually read the text after I clipped it was a huge limitation for me. Even so, however, I stuck with NetNewsWire.
I tried Byline, an RSS reader that syncs with Google Reader, but found that it was not only expensive ($9.99 at the time) but also not as useful to me as NetNewsWire. After today’s update, however… it is
By: Obama '08
TextGuru is an amazing text editor for the iPhone and iPod Touch that just keeps getting better.
I was recently speaking to somone who said they loved everything about the iPhone but the lack of a physical keyboard and inability to use the device for creating real text. That alone kept him from getting one.
I pulled out my iPhone, started TextGuru and showed him not only how quickly I could type on the device, especially in landscape, but how powerful an app like TextGuru is. It truly is one powerful text app.
Well, another update makes TextGuru even more powerful. It…