BeeJiveIM, the famous instant messaging app for the iPhone will be rolling out its 2.0 version for the iPhone. No matter what new features the update brings it wont be reducing the price by even a cent. The new features include ease of image transfer between the iPhone and the PC along with the ability to save speech notes, just in case you find typing in difficult and slow. Perhaps the best improvement is the active syncing it provides between your iPhone and the computer that ease address book sharing, file transfers, etc. The price is definitely way too much compared to other IM apps, but at the end of the day, IM addicts will find that the app is worth what it costs.
Want to remember the yesteryears of hearing the modem sound while connecting? Well a cool app dubbed me Me2, just went live on the Apple store today, enabling you to send files between two iPhones and while sending those files hear those chirpy but memorable sounds again using modem technology.
Fresh in the market is Roxio Toast 10 Titanium – an all-in-one application that carries the functions of disc writing, file conversion, streaming media on your iPhone (over 3G) and is also able to sends video files to your Tivo. If that’s not a complete package then I don’t know what else is.
I guess the App Store has got some serious thing about those Fart apps. Alright I admit those apps are selling like noisy/un-smelly farty cakes but still isn’t it craziness to have one after another coming up with iFart already at the top? No matter what it is, we have another one, the Fart Machine and it’s way too crude with not just sounds but animations to make it all too real. I wont say much on this one, I mean what the hell should I write about an app that farts????
Eye-Fi, the maker of Wireless digital memory card, has made an announcement regarding the launch of an iPhone application. The new iPhone application will be launched officially during the Macworld Expo this week. Though the application will be available for free, it will only require an Eye-Fi card for the digital camera.
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