Sep 26

Turkcell, the leading provider of mobile communications services in Turkey started today with the sale of the iPhone 3G. Next to the post paid subscription fees (€42 and €80/month) it’s also possible to buy an iPhone 3G without subscription, you would have to pay a monthly fee of €129 during the first 5 months and afterwards your iPhone is fully paid.
» Apple selling unlocked iPhone 3G in Hong Kong and contract free in Turkey

Sep 25

On the 19th September I posted that the offical version of PhoneSaber, Lightsaber Unleashed had been released. But it turned out it hadn’t! Well now it definatley is available in the AppStore. » AppStore – Lightsaber Unleashed

Sep 24

Freeverse Inc. today released Flick Bowling in to the AppStore. This game is described by the developer as fun for a quick play or a longer session, Flick Bowling offers a variety of balls, a range of difficulty levels, and the ability to bowl alone or against one of the computer.

» AppStore – Flick Bowling

Sep 24

Recently, we’ve seen many applications that have been rejected by Apple due to various reasons, whether it be for uselessness or duplication of another iPhone feature. Well, now all of the rejection letters sent from Apple are under a Non-Disclosure Agreement, which means none of the contents may be shown or told to anyone other than the recipient of the email. This is most likely to protect Apple’s integrity when rejecting applications. » Non-Disclosure Agreement now covers app rejection emails

Sep 23

Most of us love the google maps application on our iPhones. However many of you have commented that the radius circle of the my location feature doesn’t work very accurate. The radius circle in my hometown shows about the full town and not the circle where i approximately live. Google was aware of this issue and they have appareantly made it more accurate. The update should be working for the iPhone 3G (gps based) and 2G (cell tower triangulation). The full story can be read after the break.
» Google updates my location service

Sep 23

If you are planning to develop a application for the iPhone there are certain unwritten rules that you should follow.The developer of the app’s DropCopy and CrossWalk, 10base-t came up with the idea to start publishing all these rules. Some of these rules are actually a little ridiculous. For ex: keeping the vibration on for extended periods will reject your app from the app store. The cool thing is that if you know of any rules, you can contribute to the list.
» Unofficial AppStore Rejection Criteria list published

Sep 22

MailWrangler is an app which enables a user to add their GMail accounts (standard and Google Apps For Your Domain) which they could load and switch between them quickly. It embedded Webkit in to the app and logged you in to the accounts automagically. Normally to check multiple Gmail accounts in mobile Safari you would have to log in and out of all of the accounts, typing the username and password for each. Using just the Apple Mail application you aren’t able to see threaded views, your google contacts, archive (quickly), star, etc without going through the hassles that are present when using Gmail’s IMAP on the iPhone. » MailWrangler rejected entry to AppStore

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