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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Cool iPhone Apps - Best Applications

Cool iPhone Apps - Best Applications

In this post you'll find some of the most interesting, useful and cool iPhone applications and also some of the best apps realeased to date along with a short description. This is not a preferential list neither are the applications written in a hyerarchycal manner. We're also waiting for your suggestions via mail or comments, to help us expand this list.

List of cool iPhone apps:

  • iTranslate (Free) - Useful application, over a dozen different languages.
  • Crazy Machines ($2.99) - Build machines using household items. Entertaining game for the iPhone.
  • Pandora (Free) - Online music player.
  • (Free) - Stream full episodes of many shows.
  • Shazam (Free) - Record an unknown tune from the radio and Shazam will identify it from a library of millions.
  • Pocket God (0.79 EUR) - This is an entertaining 'god game' for the iPhone. Control the lives of island inhabitants in fun ways.
  • QuickOffice (7.99 EUR) - Office Suite for the iPhone. QuickWord, QuickExcel and Quicksheet.
  • LogMeIn Ignition (23.99 EUR) - This is a cool application for remotely accessing your desktop computer from faraway.
  • I am T-Pain (2.39 EUR) - Alter your voice in real-time with this cool application. You could be the next best T-Pain.
  • BeejiveIM (4.99 EUR) - Instant messaging application which allows you to connect and log into your IM accounts and chat with your friends and exchange files. Pretty cool and easy to use. One of the best applications out there.
All of these apps can be found on iTunes. We're waiting for more suggestions to complete the list ! Have fun.

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Friday, December 18, 2009

iPhone video capture recording software

How to install video capture software on the iPhone !

Questions like "How can I record videos on the iPhone ?" or "Where is the iPhone video capture program?" are quite common amongst new iPhone users. In this guide we will show you how to install free video recording software to your iPhone.

What you need:
  • Jailbroken iPhone
  • Internet connection
Read more to see the steps for installing video recording software to your iPhone.

Steps to install video capture (recording) program on your iPhone:

  1. Connect your iPhone to the Internet. Usually via Wi-Fi. (Settings - Wi-Fi)
  2. Open Cydia from your iPhone menu.
  3. Select "Sections" from the bottom tabs. Now scroll for "Multimedia" and finally "Cycorder".
  4. (Sections - Multimedia - Cycorder)
  5. After you selected Cycorder, press the install button from the upper right corner of the screen.

Now press "Confirm". Cycorder is now installing. After installation your iPhone will restart.

Congratulations! You now have a video recording program on the iPhone !

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

iPhone SMS Ringtone - Text Message Ringtone

iPhone sms ringtone - How to install your own iPhone Text Message Ringtone

In this guide we will show you how to install your own sms ringtone on the iPhone.
In order to do this, you need the following :
  • An iPhone
  • iTunes
  • Your desired ringtone
  • iPhone Browser - Freeware software developed by Google. Easy to use.
iPhone sms ringtone - How to install own Text Message Ringtone - steps:

1. Open up iTunes.
2. Select: File - Add File to Library -> browse for your desired ringtone.
3. The selected ringtone will be added into the Music Library.
4. Now go to : Edit - Preferences - General (first upper tab), click on the "Import Settings" button. For the "Import using:" option, select "Aiff Encoder". Click Ok. Click Ok.

iphone text message ringtone

5. Now, right click on your ringtone from the music library. Select "Create AIFF version". This will convert your ringtone to the aiff extension. The new file will have the same name, and will appear under your original file.
6. Right click on the second file and select : "Show in Windows Explorer".
7. This file has the aiff extension. All you need to do is rename the file from the original extension to the .caf extension. For example if your ringtone's name is : Ringtone.aiff, change it to Ringtone.caf.
8. Now, connect your iPhone to your PC via the USB cable.
9. Open up iPhone Browser, select the "Go To Location" tab, and select "UI Sounds".
10. Here's a tricky part. There are 6 sms-received files in the UI Sounds folder. sms-received1.caf to sms-received6.caf. You will have to replace one original file with your own. Example: Right click on sms-received1.caf and select "Replace File". Browse to "Ringtone.caf" (the file renamed at step 7), and select Open.

iphone sms ringtone

Finally, that's it. Get your iPhone and go to "Settings" -> "Sounds" -> "New Text Message" and try the ringtones. The names of the ringtones are unchanged so you have to check all 6 and find the one you installed.

I hope the "iPhone SMS Ringtone" guide helped you.

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Sunday, August 9, 2009

O2 to lose iPhone exclusive right

iphone exclusive right
O2 is set to lose the exclusive right as the mobile network for the iPhone in the UK on 9 Oct 2009, according to reports filtering out across the web.
A website called Mobile Entertainment is claiming to have seen documentation stating that O2 will officially end its exclusivity on this date. According to Mobile Entertainment, O2 has the rights to sell the device until 2012; but its period as the exclusive seller is only for two years.

If the 9 Oct date is correct for the U.K. it may also mark the date when other network providers, such as AT&T, also lose the exclusive right as the network provider for the iPhone in their respective territories.

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