May 15

Greg Hughes “the developer of Wi-Fi Sync” had previously submitted Wi-Fi Sync to the App Store but has been rejected by Apple. So Greg Hughes decided to submit the App to Cydia and is now available via the BigBoss-repo for $9,99 for jailbroken iPhone users. Wi-Fi Sync makes it possible to sync your iDevice with iTunes via Wi-Fi. At this point it is only working on the Mac, but Greg Hughes said it will be compatible with Windows soon. It is not officially supported but it does work on the iPad as well.

May 14

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Its my birthday today and to celebrate that we will do a Giveaway in collaboration with CopyTrans. There will be 5 lucky winners that will get a license for CopyTransPhoto. CopyTransPhoto makes it possible to transfer and share iPod photos as easy as taking them, you can move pictures to and from your iDevice easy and quickly. You can also add photo albums, Organize your photos and rotate or backup your iPhone pictures. Giveaway Is Over!

» UPDATE: GIVEAWAY: 5 CopyTrans Photo Licenses!

Dec 26

photoIt’s December 26th so Apple started delivering a free something every day till January 6h. Their application “12 Days of Christmas” just sent me a push notification, so I launched the app. The first thing you see is a big box wrapped in paper. It unwraps and shows the inside of the box. The next screen shows the little free present. I don’t know if the present is different for everyone, but I got a free song: “Snow Patrol” with the song “An Olive Grove Facing the Sea”. » Apple Delivers First Free Download Via “12 Days Of Christmas”

Dec 08


It’s almost 2010 so it’s time to take a look at the best games for the iPhone. That’s what Apple must have thought when they compiled this list of best iPhone games of 2009. With games like Ravensword, Zenonia, Doom Classic, Rolando 2 and Doodle Jump they made quite an impressive list. » Apple Presents: “The Best iPhone Games Of 2009”

Nov 14

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MacWorld reports that Apple has quietly rolled out “iTunes Preview”, a Web-based listing of iTunes Store content that allows users to browse the store’s offerings without the need for an iTunes installed on their devices. While iTunes is still required for listening to song samples and purchasing content, the move to Web-based listings provides a convenient means for users to share links to iTunes content with others without depending on iTunes for viewing purposes. » Apple Deploys Web-Based “iTunes Preview” Online

Aug 09

itunesBoy Genius Report has received a tip from a “pretty reliable source” claiming to have knowledge of several new features to be included in iTunes 9. The rumored features include support for Blu-ray media and visual organization of iPhone and iPod touch applications within iTunes, as well as some form of social networking/media integration.

» Blu-ray and iPhone Apps Organisation Support In iTunes 9?

Mar 20

hd-moviesApple announced yesterday the possibility to buy or rent High Definition movies. A dedicated HD Movies page has been added to the iTunes Store to highlight the new content.
» Buy or Rent HD Movies via iTunes

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