iPhone App Design

February 8, 2009 by admin · Leave a Comment 


iPhone App Design


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iPhone To Become E-Book Reader of Choice For Many - Thu, 12 Feb 2009
The iPhone has enabled many previously unsuccessful mobile concepts to come to fruition, such as gaming.  The sheer number of iPhones (especially in North America, the world’s largest economy), and the willingness of owners to spend on reasonably priced software through the App Store and in some cases even Cydia has really been game-changing. So, why [...]

Tapulous release teaser video for Tap Tap Revenge 2 - Thu, 12 Feb 2009
Tap Tap Revenge 2 appears to be getting ready for a release, and what better way to build up some excitement by releasing a teaser video. The latest entry over on the Tapulous Blog offers up just that, a short video that really does nothing more than tease us. It is short and to the [...]

mophie intro’s the Juice Pack Air, “worlds thinnest” external battery case - Thu, 12 Feb 2009
Mophie has recently announced a new external battery for the iPhone — the Juice Pack Air. This latest addition to their product lineup is not only an external battery, but also a case, it has also been described as “the worlds thinnest” external battery case. However, putting aside the measurements, the Juice Pack Air will [...]

LagMac Studio releases Q*bert clone, appropriately dubbed CuBert - Wed, 11 Feb 2009
I guess I will show my age a little here, but the release of CuBert has revived a few memories from my game-playing youth. Of course, (the new app) CuBert is really what people would remember as (the original game) Q*bert and appears to be very similar in more ways than just the game title. [...]

Ripdev unveils anti-piracy tool to help App Store Developers - Wed, 11 Feb 2009
In what seems like a strange twist, Ripdev, the group that is better know for jailbroken apps including Installer and my personal favorite Kate have just introduced a new app called Kali Anti-Piracy. The recently released app has been designed to help legitimate App Store Developers protect their work against piracy. Now, I don’t mean [...]