Apple certainly took their time to activate push notification for the iPhone, but the truth is that it has been worth the wait. As one of the most requested features, it proves to be very useful when used appropriately and with measure.
Boxcar takes advantage of this feature by providing an entry point for all your notifications: Twitter, Facebook, email and even RSS or Growl, and then firing the appropriate app to handle them. This review will take a look at how the app works, and explain where to start.
We’re kicking off our first competition on iPhone.AppStorm today, giving you the chance to win a copy of the excellent Consume. This iPhone app from Bjango gives you a visual representation of your cell phone plan – showing exactly how many minutes, messages, and how much data, you have remaining this month.
It supports over 52 providers across 7 countries, so there’s a good chance it will work fine for your network operator.
To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment. We have
15 30 promo codes to give out, and the competition will run for one week. Good luck!
I don’t know about you, but I carry around 14 pieces of information on my wallet everyday, between ids and cards of some sort. Despite the apparent digital convergence, the physical world still clings onto these plastic cards.
Wallet for iPhone can help you reduce the bulk in your pocket and also centralize and synchronize some of that information in addition to anything digital you have spread over your email account, browser and file system.
When Apple came out with copy/paste functionality for the iPhone earlier this year, it received a warm welcome. Users were now able to have the basic ability to copy and paste text. But what about copy and paste functionality plus the added benefit of a clipboard that stores everything you copy, including images?
For users in need of more than the basic copy/paste you may want to consider Pastebot. This review will take a look at the functionality this wonderfully designed app has to offer.
With the launch of our beautiful new website, and it being Christmas and all, we felt a roundup was probably in order! I have put together 21 of the most popular and fun Christmas themed apps for you to pick up from the App Store – from games, to helpful day-to-day task apps, there is sure to be something for everyone!
Read on for a selection of useful and fun apps to fill up your iPhone – and welcome to this fun new world if you’ve just received one for Christmas!
We’re pleased to announce the launch of the third member in the AppStorm network of sites: iPhone.AppStorm!
Complimenting Mac.AppStorm and Web.AppStorm, the new site will be offering reviews and roundups of iPhone software, along with tips and tricks to get the most from your iPhone or iPod touch. Whether you’re a web designer, writer, photographer, gamer or developer, we have some fantastic content in store for you over the coming months. We’ll also be launching another weekly iPhone comic strip by the talented NC Winters!
As ever, there are various ways to keep up-to-date with what’s happening at iPhone.AppStorm. You can subscribe to our RSS feed, follow us on Twitter, or stop by our Facebook page to become a fan. Whichever you choose, I’m looking forward to hearing what you have to say about the site.
What Do You Want to See?
So, I hope you’re as excited about the new site as I am! My iPhone is, hands down, the most useful piece of technology I’ve ever owned. There are over 100,000 apps out there, and we can’t wait to get started reviewing them.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on the new site, and the direction you would like to see it take. Are you interested in roundups of different types of app, or would you prefer in-depth reviews? What would you like to be able to do with your iPhone that you struggle to at the moment? And, most importantly, which applications would you like to win?! Have your say in the comments, and let us know what you’d like to see.
Here’s to the future of iPhone.AppStorm!