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Poptiq from Metranome delivers internet video to your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Poptiq even learns your likes and dislikes and allows you to add comments and share videos on Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.
Poptiq is free until Sept 25th!
UPDATE: A direct link to information on 2.1 can be found HERE.
UPDATE: The upgrade to 2.1 went smoothly. Nothing mindblowing but all seems to work well
many bug fixes and improvements
decrease in call set-up failures and call drops
significantly improved battery life for most users
dramatically reduced time to backup to iTunes
improved email reliability, notably fetching email from POP and Exchange accounts
faster installation of 3rd party applications
fixed bugs causing hangs and crashes if you have lots of 3rd party applications
improved performance in text messaging
faster loading and searching of contacts
improved accuracy of the 3G signal strength display
repeat alert up to two additional times for incoming text messages
option to wipe data after ten failed passcode attempts
Genius playlist creation
UPDATE: Updating now.
By: CrimsonJet LLC
Twittelator Pro, our favorite iPhone Twitter client, just got better.
Version 1.3 is now available and it adds some great features. Not only does the new verison preps your iPhone for the new 2.1 firmware that Apple will be releasing today, but it makes the entire Tweeting experience a whole lot nicer.
Among the changes and improvements are…
The other day I posted about a serial crApp App that was appearing in the App Store.
The "developer" changes one thing, adds a new image and charges another buck for this new "app". (I hesistate to even call it that.)
At that point we had-
Days To… Anniversary,
Days To… Baby and
Each time it is the same app with a new "event" and picture.
At the end of the post I quipped,
"Maybe next we’ll get… "DaysTo Tomorrow…"
I was joking, but since then we have gotten-
I was speaking with a friend the other day. She has a 16GB iPhone and absolutely loves it. She, like many of us, finds that it has the potential to do so much that it is often the only thing we need to carry. It truly is a handheld computer and as the apps for it become increasingly stable and sophisticated that will only increase.
I commented to her that I was looking forward to the new firmware because my iPhone had begun crashing all the time. She looked at me and said "Your iPhone crashes? Mine hasn’t crashed once." I was more than a bit perplexed. Sure, I know people whose iPhones have been more stable than others, but I had not heard from anyone who had NEVER encountered a crash.
It made more sense when she told me that she had never had more than one additional app on her iPhone at any time. That made sense. No apps meant no crashes. Lots and lots and lots of apps has meant… lots of crashes and reinstalls. And boy have I gotten good at reinstalls. To my mind though, it has been a more than reasonable trade off.
The FedEx man stopped by a bit ago with my new iPod Touch (thanks michael!). Set up was incredibly quick in large part due to my having formatted and rebuilt both my iPhone and 1st Generation Touch so many times.
I loaded it with some of my favorite apps and am already ready to share a few initial thoughts.
One of the things I am most anxious to see about the new iPod Touch is whether or not it can be used for VOiP.
Early suggestions that the added functionality of a line-in microphone might make VOiP possible (without any additional hardware or modifications) were confirmed this morning by Cult of Mac. And since TruPhone has already released an app for the iPhone the possibilitites are huge.
Sorry for throwing two crApp App posts at you in the same week but this has got to be the biggest POC (piece o’ crApp App) yet.
$1.99???? They don’t even have the decency to make this $.99 or even "Free". (And mind you, at "free" this would STILL be too expensive.)
The description from "developer" says…