iPhone App

  • Pocket Casts bring one-touch podcast downloads

    Pocket Casts iPhone app VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL As a heavy podcast listener I’m constantly frustrated by Apple’s handling of podcasts. Each day new episodes of our favourite podcasts are released, so naturally you want to download all the latest. Well more than 3 years on from the...
  • iPhone 4’s front facing camera, now used by Skype

    That’s right people, you can finally use front facing camera on your iPhone 4. Sure there’s FaceTime, but lets face it, nobody’s using it. Skype’s iPhone app has just been updated to version 3.0 allowing millions of users to video call on the go. Video calls can be made...
  • Optus iPhone customers get streaming ABC and SBS 24/7 free

    A very welcome SMS arrived today on my iPhone 4, alerting me to the fact there’s a new iPhone application from Optus available. It’s called Mobile TV and provides Optus iPhone customers with free access to ABC and SBS 24/7. As an added extra, there’s also the Today show...
  • Review: WorldCard Mobile

    Business cards are a fact of life in the business world. In the future we may all be carrying smart phones and using Bump to swap details, until then we still carry small pieces of cardboard with us. A reality that seems ridiculous when our contact list is completely...
  • Australian Open app serves up free info

    There’s an awful lot of Tennis fans out there both in Australia and internationally, so this app is set to be very popular. The official Australian Open iPhone application is available for free, so don’t be fooled by the competition. The features are also quite comprehensive, including the ability...
  • Tom Tom for iPhone released, disappointing

    Whilst Tom Tom can make an impressive teaser video (shown below), the resulting iPhone application, which is now available in the App Store . It costs A$99.99 and is 157MB to download the application. There’s no clarification, but it’s probably safe to assume map updates will come at...
  • TweetDeck for iPhone coming as soon as Apple approves

    That lucky man Kevin Rose got access to try out the beta of TweetDeck for iPhone early. From his comments, it sounds good, the feature list (below) backs that up. So look out Tweetie, looks like many people will be leaving you for TweetDeck. Personally I use TweetDeck as...
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