Ok I know it takes a while for Apps to get approved in the app store but I won’t take that as an excuse from Google. Also I believe I saw a working version of the app on techcruch a few months ago and it was using mobile safari browser on iPhone 3.0 OS. So Google, where is Google Latitude for the iPhone? Is it coming in the upcoming iPhone 3.0.1 update?
I’m usually patient about app updates but for latitude, I really thought we would have seen it out by now. I mean latitude already works on blackberry phones and there is that Apple / Google partnership thing going on right?
Also there are multiple ways Google could add latitude support for the iPhone. They could make it work with mobile safari, or google earth or the iPhone google app itself.
Come on Google give us latitude… please!
If you have been reading the apple iPhone jail breaking news latly then you know that apple is trying to say that if jailbreak your iPhone it’s against the law. Now I’m not about breaking laws but my iPhone is jailbroken and I love it, also jail-breaking my iPhone shouldn’t be a crime either.
But as of right now it’s not a crime and here are four new reasons to jailbreak your iPhone.
#1. Copy and paste: I’m using an app called hclipboard and there’s another hack called clippy. hClipboard even has a template feature to save items in a clipboard to copy when needed.
#2. Tapsb is the app and it’s not even out yet but people are already blogging and post tweets about it. Tapsb brings spaces to your iPhone and makes it easy to jump between your springboard.
#3. I think or hope most people know that with a jailbroken iPhone you can live video stream and record videos but it’s limited for direct video recording to work with Youtube. Now with a new pixelpipe video enabler you can record videos and upload them to vimeo, viddler, flickr (up to 90secs) and other services that pixelpipe support. Please note pixelpipe is in the app store but the video enabled is in cydia.
#4. xgps is a turn by turn gps voice navigation app that is currently at version 1.1. It created some buzz a few weeks ago when a Youtube demo showed the new features for 1.2 which enables the voice navigation and more. The 1.2 was supposed to come out today but they pushed it back.
Now when you think about it all these features should be enabled when you buy the iPhone brand new. Come on Apple, trying to say it’s a crime to jail break my iPhone is like saying it’s a crime to put some 22s on a cadillac.
What is your favorite jailbroken iphone app?
I hope everyone had a great valentine’s day. Did you download one of the few valentine iPhone apps to create an iPhone heart to email to send to that special someone or if you’re a NBA fan and you have a special someone to take out to dinner tonight you may want to download the NBA All Star app so you can keep up with all of the weekend activites. Lucky for me the wife and I decided to stay home and watch the NBA all star weekend shows together, then watch a movie later.
Still I wanted to check out the NBA all star app in the app store.
The NBA all star app links to the live videos showing behind the scene action, plus links to past all star weekend videos. The NBA app has a cool mini video preview window at the top right that gives the app a unique kind of picture in picture feature.
Take a look at the screen shots.
We all know about that one micro-blogging site that starts with a T but what about the other micro-blogging sites such as plurk, rejaw, jaiku, Yammer and present.ly. Did you you know each service has an iPhone app too? Are you using one the micro-blogging iPhone apps below?
I remember reading about how we should get ready for pro iphone apps thats going to cost $25 to $50.00 and it looks like a few pro iphone apps have arrived already. The Marriam-Webster dictionary app cost $24.99 and the LogMein ignition app coat $29.99. Unlike the once $99.99 iPhone app that lasted about two weeks, these app do have either a business or day to day use to them.
How much are you willing to pay for an iPhone app? Have you purchased either the Logmein or Webster iPhone apps?
What a week it has been for google, first google latitude, then google books and now dual windows in gmail with labels. I’m all for google latitude and dual gmail windows but I’m wondering how many people are reading web based books on their iPhone.
I shouldn’t be suprised if people are reading books on the iphone as some could say to me, how many people are writing blog post on their iPhone.
What are your thoughts on google books? Have you read a book on your iphone before?
Yesterday I recieved a direct message from @absentcanadian on twitter saying he just purchased an iPhone and asked what is the best twitter iphone app. My response was the best free twitter iPhone app is twitterfon, the best paid Twitter app is tweetie and also try fan favorite and one of the first twitter iPhone apps twitterrific.
I have tried almost every Twitter iPhone app available and I’m using tweetie. From the looks of it I’m not the only one who thinks tweetie rocks, take look at a few other tweets about tweetie below.
What Twitter iPhone app do you use?