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By: Tyree Giles
Back in July we took an initial look at MightyDocs, a free app for accessing documents created and stored in GoogleDocs from your iPhone. At the time, it was a remarkable application that made the iPhone and iPod Touch a far more useful productivity app than it had ever been previously.
A short time later, MightyDocs allowed Google Docs that were accessed from the iPhone/Touch to be cached on the device for offline access. Coming from a year using the iPhone with web apps that only worked when an internet connection was available this was a big deal.
Now, post 2.1 firmware and oodles of new apps later, I took a fresh look at MightyDocs. The result?
Doppler Brings an Inexpensive Google Reader To iPhone.
Doppler is a newly released RSS reader for the iPhone and iPod Touch that brings synchronization with Google Reader and off-line access to feeds. At just $.99 Doppler has the potential to be an excellent RSS reader. Unfortunately the operative word here is “potential”.
“Tap Tap Revenge is a music game in the tradition of Guitar Hero or Dance Dance Revolution that puts your rhythmic skills to the test in all-new ways. Tap through the beats or shake left and right as the arrows fall. ”
By: i. TV
Fring is out and available as a free download in the App Store. (It currently does not appear when searching but is there if you go to "Apps" and then "Social Networking".
What is Fring??
"fring™ is a mobile internet service & community that enables you to access & interact with your social networks on-the-go, make free calls and live chat with all your fring, Skype®, MSN® Messenger, Google Talk™, ICQ, SIP, Twitter, Yahoo!™ and AIM®* friends using your handset’s internet connection. "
Translation- Fring brings VOIP to the iPhone in a HUGE way. We’ve already loaded it and are making some test calls. So far- so good.
We’ll be back with more information on the experience soon.
In the meantime, you can get it HERE.
By: Brent Brookler
According to Forbes magazine the iPhone has emerged as the most popular eBook reader in the United States. What is surprising is that the finding was based on the number of downloads of the Stanza reader NOT eReader.
The numbers are amazing. Stanza (a favorite of Jamie’s) has been downloaded 395,000 times while the Amazon Kindle has sold 380,000 so far. I have to imagine that the gap would grow far far bigger if downloads of eReader (my eBook reader of choice), were added to the mix.
Like the Kindle, Stanza and eReader can download a book over the air. Stanza and eReader also have the added benefit of always being with you (so long as you always carry your iphone) and, oh yeah, the applications are FREE.
In Kindle’s defense, moving from a "dead tree" edition to the Kindle is far less a stretch, since the Kindle has a generous screen. Still though, the numbers are pretty amazing.
While I know it is an aquired taste, I am enjoying having my iPhone and touch as my reader more and more. Now I just need some time to kick back in front of a fire with a good iPhone.