Aug 24

movement logoWith so many app icons on your iPhone it is difficult to maintain a clear overview. To bring order to chaos, Jeff Stieler created the application Movement for the Mac. With this software program you can easily organize your iPhone apps.  It has two downside however: first, it’s only available for the Mac and second, you’ll have to jailbreak your iPhone (or iPod touch) first in order to use this progam. » Organize Your iPhone Apps With “Movement”

Aug 24

metro paris logoFollowing the release of Layar on Android smartphones here comes Metro Paris Subway a french application (works in English too) which uses augmented reality to help find POIs and train stations in the french capital.

» Metro Paris Uses Augmented Reality

Aug 20
diamond_brillantenMost iPhone applications are free or cost only $0,99. Some of them cost a little more, but there are apps that cost a LOT more. One of the more known apps that had a high price-tag was the app called “I am rich”, which did nothing but show the icon of a diamond, but you had to pay a stunning $999 for it. Apple quickly removed it from the App Store after people started complaining. Although the “I am rich” app was just a showoff piece, there are apps with almost the same price but that really are handy.
Aug 20

navigon_logoNavigon, the first navigation software for the iPhone, will receive an update one of these days. The application will be updated to version 1.2. It seems to be a little bit too coincidental to release an update so soon after the release of the TomTom application.

» Navigon To Come With 1.2 Update Soon

Aug 17

NewsImage213Over the past few days, Chris Kenner has been in touch with Phil Schiller, Senior Vice President of Apple – regarding his Rising Card app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
» Theory11 Rising Card Trick For iPhone

Aug 17

tomtom_logoWe have been waiting for a long time. They were the first to introduce us to turn-by-turn navigation software. They are probably the last people to make this software available in the App Store. I’m talking about Tom Tom ofcourse. The software can now be downloaded through the App Stores of U.S., Canada, New Zealand, Australia and Europe. But will it be worth the money?

» Update: Tom Tom Navigation Software Finally Arrived! (+ video)

Aug 14

presenter pro logoSchool is coming and that means giving presentations every once in a while. A lot of people are nervous when giving presentations and I have the same thing. All does eyes pointed at you. Well, you know what they say at Apple: “There’s an app for that!”. If you want to learn how to react in certain situations during a presentation, if you want to be able to see when the audience is bored, then the application ‘Presenter Pro’ from Rexi Media is just the right at for you.

» Professionalize Your Presentations With “Presenter Pro”

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