Aug 16

Most of you have known the jailbraik app Moleskine for quite some time. Now developer Hon Cheng (Databinge.com) has released his popular iPhone app to the App Store. One big change in the app store versions is the fact that they are no longer donation-ware but that you have to pay for them. Moleskinery has a price set of 3.99$ but Moleskinery+ has a hefty price set of 10.99$!
» App Store – Moleskinery and Moleskinery+

Jun 25

Databinge (Hon Cheng) released updates to his popular moleskine and TimeCapsule applications. moleskine v0.51b1 & TimeCapsule v0.42b1. moleskine just adds a bugfix (crash when tap on the 1st row in an empty folder). TimeCapsule adds some fixes and changes. More after the break.
» moleskine v0.51b1 & TimeCapsule v0.42b1 updates released

Jun 21

Databinge released 3 updates to his very popular applications. Moleskine v0.50b1 & TimeCapsule v0.41b1 & WildEyes! v0.20b1. Moleskine is a notes application for the iPhone. TimeCapsule is a backup application for the iPhone and WildEyes for Safari let’s you view all your documents within safari. I’ll go into more detail after the break.
» Moleskine v0.50b1 & TimeCapsule v0.41b1 & WildEyes! v0.20b1 released for the iPhone

Jun 11

Hon Cheng from Databinge.com released another update to his populare TimeCapsule application. TimeCapsule is a backup app that makes local copy’s on your iPhone for all the important settings. I’ll take the developers notes to inform you about all the changes to TimeCapsule. This version of TimeCapsule has undergone a lot of changes. The backup location has changed from ~/Library/TimeCapsule to ~/Library/Preferences/TimeCapsule. This may cause the program to be a bit slow at startup the first time you start TC after installation because it will move your TC backups to the new location.
» TimeCapsule v0.40b5 – A iPhone local backup app