Game Friday this week will once again take a look at the new releases to the iPhone App Store. Despite all the content being released for the iPad, there’s no shortage of fantastic new iPhone games!
This time around we see the major release of Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 2 as well as a couple of innovative little games; textRace and Bowmaster. Read on to find out more.
Kayak.com is an all-in-one travel website that allows you to easily compare prices on flights, hotels and rental cars. The Kayak iPhone app mirrors this functionality with a slick, easy-to-use interface that makes finding great deals a breeze.
Today we’ll take at a few of the basic features of Kayak and discuss how the app performed during the review process.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Geode Communicator. Ever been in a rush and needed to send a quick message to a friend or colleague? With your hands full and time tight, it can be impossible to get all you need to say into one text. Enter: Geode Communicator, an app for the iPhone and iPad that enables users to create a rich, informative email message with just a few clicks.
You can also send a voice mail message via email and save money on long distance fees. Read on for more information and screenshots!
The idea of “tethering” a phone to your computer is nothing new. However, as data plans become cheaper and more inclusive, the appeal of tethering is far greater than ever before. The basic idea involves connecting your iPhone to your Mac or PC – either over Bluetooth, or using a cable – to provide access to the web on your computer over 3G.
There are numerous solutions to achieve this, and we’ll be looking at a few different options today. Some of them depend heavily on the country you’re based in. Tethering isn’t officially supported in the US on AT&T yet, but rumours suggest that it’s coming in the next month or two.
Read on to find out how tethering works, and how you can start sharing that data connection with your computer!
The best part of the iTunes App Store is that you don’t need to spend a single cent to fill your iPhone with amazing applications. There are tons of developers dishing out quality free applications daily.
So in honor of cheapskates everywhere, this article features 100 free and useful iPhone apps. The apps are organized into ten categories: Social, Business, Productivity, Financial, Utilities, Mobile & Remote File Access, News & Weather, Travel, Food, and Audio & Video.
A few of these are free for a limited time only so be sure to act fast!
I have always been attracted to “old school” analog cameras. The type that have to be loaded with celluloid film rolls, have a removable lens, and a flash as big as the camera itself. The way they looked and the sounds they made were part of their charm.
Sadly, by the time I grew up, analog cameras have long gone out of fashion. It’s also pretty pointless to buy a high maintenance gadget with low quality output just to satisfy an itch from the past!
For those of us who love analog cameras, Hipstamatic lets us get a hang of it right from our iPhones. Let’s go check it out.
Game Friday this week takes a more specific look at one of my favourite genres of games, the real-time strategy game (RTS). Ever since playing Age of Empires and Command and Conquer on the PC back in my youth, I’ve always loved this genre. Thankfully, some bright sparks have decided to try their hand at creating RTS games for the iPhone, so we will be taking a look at 5 of them below.
Once again, if you wish to get your game reviewed, just send us a promotional code and we will give it a go. If we like it, it will be included in a future Game Friday edition.
Nigella’s Quick Collection is a recipe app on steroids. It has a beautiful interface, plenty of features and 70 great recipes. Whether you’re a novice baker or a serious chef, this app has something for you.
Does all this hype make up for the hefty price tag? Read on to find out!
The mobile web has a history of being a place filled with boring watered-down sites, fairly low in visual diversity and attractiveness.
The iPhone has largely been responsible for changing this trend and causing some truly great mobile sites to emerge. Today we bring you thirty inspirational website designs that have been optimized for viewing on an iPhone.
Chances are, your iPhone is probably already filled with a considerable bevy of music, photos and video – but just how much of your video collection are you able to fit on the phone? This is a pretty legitimate question when you factor in the kind of space applications can take up, especially if you’ve been fairly liberal in downloading them.
Your Mac or PC could provide an answer to this by providing wireless and remote access to your media collection using InMethod’s Air Video, an app that can stream video in almost any format over 3G or Wi-Fi for free. Let’s take a look at how it works.