The formerly iPhone-exclusive Vine app has been released to the army of Android phone users. As expected, we are seeing the same mixture of creativity and emotion that comes with an iPhone app expanding over to the much maligned Android userbase–hate it, love it, or download it. Technical difficulties The Proof The Tweets Looks like […]

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It takes a lot to impress me these days when it comes to mobile apps. There is a lot of “flattery” in iOS apps in the form of imitating popular user experiences *cough* the Instagram layout *cough*, and not a lot of UI/UX innovation. Path, you did it; you impressed me. You’ve given me some […]

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Listen up appheads. Superpages just released the 4.0.2 update to their iPhone app, and the 3.1.1 update for Android app. And in this release they have done something that no other local search company has done yet–added bacon! Yes, bacon. The champagne of meats. It’s now highly access available under the Urgent category in the […]

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Facebook released an update to their iPhone app yesterday, and it brings with it some huge improvements to the UI and UX. Navigation Gone is the iPhone home screenesque icon navigation. Instead, the app now has a menu icon in the top left corner that allows you quick access to feeds, apps, pages and settings. […]

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Sure, this has been posted already, but I’m hoping to simplify things for you with the full instructions on my site. I definitely don’t want you wasting your valuable time like I did. (Note: I successfully upgraded to iOS 5 on my iPhone 4 and my iPad 2, but so far I’m 0-2 on the 3GS […]

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If you’re looking to track your basic Twitter and personal Facebook activity quickly and easily, then download SocialDash for iPhone. With SocialDash you get a snapshot of the following: Twitter friends, followers, lists, Klout score, PeerIndex, and retweet rank. You can also face off with your Twitter peers to compare numbers. On Facebook you get […]

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Untrackerd, available in Cydia (the jailbreak store), constantly scrubs clean that pesky consolidated.db file that Apple uses to track where you and your phone have been. If you aren’t concerned about this location data file, then please disregard this post. For those of you paranoid enough to care, you can jailbreak your iPhone and then search for this […]

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My favorite socially integrated web browser is now available for iPhone and iPod touch. Why should you care? We’ll Rockmelt has done a masterful job of combining the big three browser activities (searching, surfing and sharing) on the small screen. And did I mention it’s free?

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Google Places for iPhone

On January 21, 2011 By

Hot off the app store presses is the new Google Places app. From what I can tell, all it does is find nearby places and then gives you that business’s Google Places page–way to push the envelope with this one Google. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/google-places/id406513617?mt=8 I downloaded it. Tested it. Closed it. And then I thought, this looks […]

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It’s seems that you can’t find any other news on the web since the Verizon iPhone was announced yesterday. There is all kinds of speculation from whether or not the AT&T iPhone apps will work on the Verizon iPhone to will it turn the tables on a give the upper hand to Zombies as they […]

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