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The Stanza ebook reader might be tremendously popular, but I remain partial to eReader. The initial software release on July 11th was good and the two updates since then have greatly improved the usability of the app.
While the iPhone and iPod Touch might not offer the screen real estate of the Kindle or the Sony Reader, the experience of reading on the diminutive device is rather good.
Excellent software such as eReader certainly makes a difference and a new update makes eReader even better.
Version 1.3 add some nice, but not earthshaking, features. These include…
Yes, handwriting recognition has come to the iPhone!
WritePad is a free app that was just released in the App Store. According to the developer it makes handwriting recognition-based text input on the iPhone a reality.
As someone who spent years using a tabletpc, I am glad to see this developement. At the same time, however, I am a bit skeptical about handwriting rec on the iPhone, especially since it is not a stylus-based device.
So how does it work??
We just downloaded it and will let you know our impressions soon. In the meantime, you can try it yourself as it is available HERE in the App Store.
The other night my wife and I were in the car with my in-laws headed to Hoboken for dinner at Lua, a trendy Latin fusion resaurant in Hoboken, NJ. It was during the trip that I discovered how great the app Say Where! is.
Before we get to the story, however, a quick video overview of the app…
Today, one of the more significant players in this nascent iPhone development industry has announced its break-up. TapTapTap, jointly founded by Sophia Teutschler (creator of CoverSutra) and John Casasanta (of MacHeist fame) was set up to bring together top iPhone talent to develop ultra-high quality apps for the iPhone platform. Due to significant differences in […]
By: Let em dance
As a newbie to the whole iPod/iPhone phenomenon (I now am the proud owner of an iPod Touch), I have become amazed at the plethora of applications available via the iTunes App Store that fundamentally do the same thing. For example, there are several applications available for the sole purpose of formatting Wikipedia to the iPod Touch rather than simply using Safari to navigate to Wikipedia.com. These applications tailor such searches for easier Wikipedia navigation on the iPod Touch screen in case you having the craving for research while travelling.
With that in mind, I took a fresh look at four of these Wikipedia applications, offer my thoughts on each and decide which I like best.
By: Thesaurus App
Mobile Orchard’s intrepid Dan Grigsby has got his hands on one of the first T-Mobile G1 Android phones (still unavailable to the public as of writing) and gives us a quick, five minute walkthrough of the device from an iPhone developer’s perspective: If the video doesn’t appear in the post above, you can watch the […]