In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting SimplyListed. The developer describes SimplyListed as a new, easy and free way to sell stuff using your iPhone. We regularly host special one-day sales on simplylisted.com featuring items submitted by users in your city. You simply take photos of items you want to sell, and we take care of the rest. On the day of the sale, buyers are shown your items and we notify you when someone is interested so you can complete the sale.
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Do you ever find yourself wishing that you could find a game on your iPhone that didn’t have some adorable animal as its main character? Are you from the old school of gaming, where “death” didn’t mean an instant restart, it meant sucking it up, putting another quarter in the slot and gritting your teeth while you hoped you could get further than before?
Ten days ago, Apple opened up preorder sales on the iPhone 4S, and a week later it was in stores, ready to be scooped up by anyone willing to wait in line.
But now we’re three days out from the official launch day, and although the hype hasn’t really died down, we still know who’s an early adopter, who is waiting for other reasons or who doesn’t want one at all.
What side of the fence are you on? Let us know in the poll!
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting TalkRoom. The developer describes TalkRoom as a 7-in-1 instant messenger. TalkRoom is your place to talk with MSN, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook, Yahoo and your ICQ accounts fully supported. Enable push notifications and stay in touch with all your friends 24/7. We put a built-in web browser right into TalkRoom so you can effortlessly browse while you chat.
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After waiting for months for the official announcement from Apple, we now have the iPhone 4S. And as of yesterday, it’s now available for purchase.
In my case, it took until after 4 PM yesterday to receive my preordered iPhone, and although I got it activated almost immediately (no small feat, from what I hear), it still took a little bit to get everything set up to my satisfaction.
So what’s it like to go hands-on with the new iPhone 4S? Here’s what I experienced.
Do you also have an iPad?
Over at iPad.AppStorm we recently published an indulgently long list of great iPad apps! While no list can claim to be comprehensive or exhaustive, this list of fantastic iPad apps should satiate even the most ravenous of appetites.
This is a roundup of simply the best iPad apps around, you need look no further. I’m going to include the old favourites, there’s a reason they’re favourites, but I’m also going to try and shine some light on some fantastic apps that may have flown under the radar.
The iPhone as we all know, is one of the best smartphones that is out on the market. One of the greatest things about it is its ability to be able to do more than just your standard calling, email, text, etc. Apps and the App Store brought the iPhone from good to absolutely great!
Zinio is one of those apps that contributed to this leap. It is a magazine subscription and reading app for both the iPad and the iPhone. As most people know, who own an iPhone and an iPad, it is definitely a much better reading experience on the iPad. But for the thousands out there that don’t have both, the iPhone is a decent alternative, especially if you have an app like Zinio.
Looking forward to a new iPhone is always exciting, but it can also be difficult to be patient while your new toy ships. Luckily, there are still plenty of amazing things you can do with your old one, including playing the spectacular games we’ve lined up for you this week!
iOS 5 has been officially released, and iOS developers are eager to begin making use of the many new features available in the iOS 5 SDK! If you’re at all interested in developing for the iPhone as well as using one, our First Look at the iOS 5 SDK is a must-read.
With the release of iOS 5 SDK, the iOS development platform has reached a new level of maturity. It is apparent with this SDK release that Apple is really listening to the needs and requests of the development community. Not only has Apple recognized the common goals and pain-points expressed by iOS developers, but they have also sought to provide tools at the SDK level that will solve many of the common problems we face and completely alleviate some of the most frustrating pitfalls.
With the latest SDK, one thing is certain: it has never been more exciting to be an iOS developer!