Kings Corners is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch. Kings Corners combines luck and skill in a fun and fast card game that’s easy to learn, but challenging to master. Gameplay is quick, making Kings Corners the perfect distraction from long lines, waiting rooms, and all the otherwise boring parts of the day that can’t be avoided. But Kings Corners is also highly addictive, and players will soon find out that once they start playing, it’s really tough to stop!
You can go the following link to know more about this exciting game:
DropZone Corporation, the creator of HangTimer™, today launched a new sports technology application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. HangTimer uses the iPhone’s accelerometer to determine your airtime starting from the moment you leave the ground. The HangTimer tracks your airtime and keeps a list of your ten best jumps. In addition to the measuring your air time the HangTimer application also detects your ski resort automatically anywhere in the world and downloads ski reports, lift status and trail maps. Webcam access is also available through HangTimer at select resorts.
With the iPhone 3G, HangTimer offers bonus features using the built-in GPS system that include the detailed speed and location of every jump, a link to Google Maps to plot your hits as well as a record of the top speed at takeoff for every jump.
That new screenshot reveals that the Apple is planning to deploy the rating system. In the rating system, everytime you uninstall an application, you’ll be asked to rate that application or you can also click on No Thanks
So far, the only way to rate an application is to write a review at iPhone App Store. Now, here is another way coming!
Do you want to keep your important information like credit card information; passwords, account information, security questions or any sensitive information on your iPhone or iPod Touch? If yes, then Illium Software’s eWallet is the application for you.
In this upgrade, users can now synchronize their wallet files between their iPhone or iPod touch and a WiFi connected Windows PC.
Features of Illium eWallet:
Store Your Information Securely: Using extremely secure 256-bit AES encryption, eWallet protects your personal information from falling into the wrong hands.
Never Forget Another Password: eWallet remembers your passwords so you don’t have to. Now you can use strong passwords that can’t be guessed or cracked for your online finances, plus the convenience of having all the passwords you need with you, all the time.
Use Your Data Anywhere: Use your wireless network to easily synchronize your wallets between your iPhone or iPod touch and a Windows PC. Keep all your important info up-to-date wherever you are!
Personalize Your Wallet: Your info can be as personal as your playlists. Get the look – and the info – you want with custom icons, card backgrounds, and over 30 pre-built card templates.
Protect Yourself, Your Money and Your Info: Weak passwords and unprotected data leaves you open to identity theft and fraud.
You can visit the below given link to know more about the eWallet
Chapura is offering owners of iPhone and iPod touch devices an easy-to-use and reliable way to carry Microsoft Outlook Tasks. Similar to MobileMe and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, KeyTasks allows users to wirelessly synchronize and manage Outlook Tasks from anywhere.
KeyTasks provides the perfect blend of the iPhone experience with Outlook productivity. KeyTasks is installed on the device, not run from the Web, allowing task management even when a data connection is not available. When a data connection is available KeyTasks can wirelessly synchronize with Chapura’s Web servers. This is commonly referred to as the “cloud.” When a change is made in Outlook or on the device and synchronized, that change is sent up to the cloud. The iPhone, iPod touch or Outlook Tasks will receive this change when synchronized; keeping information current in multiple places from anywhere.
Price: KeyTasks is a subscription-based product available for a special introductory offer of $9.95 per year in the iPhone App Store.
A Brazlian company is claiming to be the first one to unlock an iPhone 3G. It has been done by using a SIM card adapter. The trick they have used has been used many times to make the phone think that it is on the approved network but actually it is not.
Mr. Jobs must on cloud 9 at the moment. The apple has sold over a million phones in it’s first weekend. This has been a stunning weekend for the Apple.
“iPhone 3G had a stunning opening weekend,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s
CEO. “It took 74 days to sell the first one million original iPhones, so
the new iPhone 3G is clearly off to a great start around the world.”
Due to the overwhelming demand of the new iPhone 3G, the servers were brought to their toes when thousands (millions?) of new iPhone owners tried to activate their iPhone 3Gs. AT&T is actually sending customers home with their new iPhones and telling them to activate via iTunes.
So, you are left with a shiny new device with the emergency mode. Cool!