AppCobra allows Windows users to develop their own iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android Web Apps. This can be achieved with no programming, and takes advantage of a range of iOS features, like swiping, movement, geolocation, orientation, thumbnail generation, indexes, finger gestures, WebKit animations and styles, iOS like graphics, web and full screen apps (complete with home page icon and startup screens), plus much more. » Create Your Own iPhone & iPad Apps With No Coding!
We all know about apple wanting you to use HTML5 instead of flash, and a lot of people hate Apple for that. But Apple has published a new Web page that shows some amazing HTML5 examples which may change your mind. It includes 7 webpage’s that all demonstrates something else like, video, typography, a photo gallery, transitions, audio, 360º product view, and VR. To check out these examples you need to download Safari first. » Apple Showcases HTML5
Black Swan is an Google Voice weblication, this means it is not something you can purchase in the iTunes App Store or Cydia. This weblication looks and act like a real iDevice App, but its just a link on your home screen that links to a Safari website.
Black Swan is a feature-rich weblication that enables you to view and manage your Google Voice data just like a native iPhone application. It has been available in beta mode for the last view months and has just been officially launched. » Black Swan Brings Google Voice to the iPhone
Ringostation is a website where you can get ringtones and wallpapers from. It’s a huge collection of all kinds of ringtones. You have to join in order to get those high quality ringtones and beautiful wallpapers.
Tasks lets you manage your to-do list while you’re on the go. You can create lists of things you need to get done and check off tasks as they’re completed. Just go to http://gmail.com/tasks in your phone’s web browser to access Tasks.
» Google Tasks list on your iPhone
Pastebud is a new service that allow copy and past text between Safari and Mail but also between webpages. It does not require any application to be installed and works using two bookmarks in Safari.
» Pastebud: Copy & Past between Safari & Mail