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reQall, the amazing web-based memory aid service just updated the iPhone/iPod Touch app again. This update isn’t as big as previous one but it does add some important optimization to the service that makes it easy to create to-do lists, appointments, shopping lists and visual reminders.
With reQall’s Memory Jogger you can just shake your iPhone to jog your memory.
With its voice recognition, reQall understands key words like "buy" and "meet" and places shopping items, to-dos, appointments and ideas in their proper place.
Recent updates have added to the speed, stability and usefulness of reQall and this update is no exception.
–improves stability, performance, and data synchronization.
–allows you to delete items before they are synced to your reQall account
By: TheWay, Ltd.
UPDATED: Version 2.0 of Note2Self is live in the App Store now. You can get it HERE.
There are numerous apps that take voice notes (including Evernote and YouNote). They work well, but because they are not dedicated voice note apps they are limited feature-wise. There are even voice note apps, such as Jott and reQall, that will transcribe what you say. Although they too work well, they limit your recording time to 15 or 30 seconds.
Then, there is Note2Self.
Note2Self is a powerful dedicated voice note app that is worth having EVEN if you use Evernote, reQall, or Jott (as I do).
Why? Because as a dedicated voice note app, Note2Self work’s far better and faster than any other voice app I have tried. With it, you can start a voice note just by raising the iPhone to your ear and end it by lowering the device. This is a huge convenience. Note2Self also compresses and sends voice notes faster than any other app I have tried.
Best of all, Note2Self version 2.0 is awaiting approval for release in the App Store and it brings the app to new levels –
By: Evince Technologies, Inc.
I never thought I would see the day, but I am seriously considering jailbreaking my iPhone 3G.
"Why?" Because as Apple seems to further limit which applications are allowed on the iPhone (or perhaps they are just enforcing what was already on the books) there are numerous apps and features that are out of bounds.
We just received an email from Pandora letting us know that the Senate passed the Webcaster Settlement Act of 2008. H.R. 7084, as it is called, made it through both houses of Congress. The bill allows Pandora and internet broadcasters like it to continue to negotiate fair royalties fees. This means Pandora and other internet radio stations will likely come to a fee structure that works and remain on the "air".
The note read-
The iPod Touch continues to be a bit of an enigma to me and I’m not totally sure Apple knows WHAT they want it to be.
Let’s look at a quick history of its 13 months in existence.
Apple initially released the Touch as a “Touchscreen iPod”.
A few months later, Apple moved it into the realm of “PDA” when Apple made apps like mail and notes available (for a price).
When July 11th hit and the App Store finally opened for business, the Touch entered it third phase. Now it could do more things than ever imagined. In essence the touch became the first mainstream MID (mobile Internet device).
Last month, rumors swirled that the Touch was about to take a leap forward once again. This time the rumors suggested GPS and bluetooth might be coming. The iPod Touch was about to become everything the UMPC had tried to be. It was a far cry from the “touchscreen iPod” of the previous year.
Then the Gen 2 Touch was released. The updates of an on-board speaker and hardware volume controls were nice but the GPS was no where to be found and Apple began to position it differently AGAIN.
So what exactly IS an iPod Touch???
Not surprisingly, we received a question yesterday asking us which we would recommend (since you really don’t need more than one such app).
So, which WOULD we recommend? It would definitely have to be…
In a surprising but, we suspect welcomed, move, Apple just announced they will drop the NDA for approved applications.
This is a HUGE deal. Last week, I was speaking confidentially to one developer who commented that one of the most difficult things about develping their apps is the inability to speak to other developers and learn form their tricks AND mistakes. Basically the message I got was
"We are trying to play by the rules but the rules are making it rather difficult to deliver the best products to users of our app."
Well, that all changed with Apple’s release of the following note-
Stone Design has just released an update to Twittelator Pro.
Version 1.3.1 adds stability, better memory management. the ability to insert dingbat characters in your tweets (like ♥ ? ? ? ? ? ? ?) and more.
As our Twitter client of choice we highly recommend checking out this full-featured app.