By now, the App Store has been flooded with tons of remote control apps but none may be as interesting as Teevox. If you’re one lazy mofo, then let this app control your Hulu or Netflix shows streaming on your computer. Just pick the show you want to play from the list and it’ll begin streaming on your PC. While playing, you can do everything you could with a mouse as well as some added features that might make your whole show watching experience a bit more amusing. Mashable tells us the app even allows you to, “Participate in live show-based chats with other viewers, see what your friends are watching and earn pink stars (part of Teevox’s reward system) for app behaviors that you can exchange for reputation goodies like a new Teevok title.”
Teevox is free so what are you waiting for? Download it here and let us know how it goes.
With Gucci’s traveling ICON-TEMPORARY sneaker store with Mark Ronson officially open, the fashion house has also decided to launch an iPhone app that covers more than just fashion. The app allows the user to access exclusive Gucci products, unique playlists, videos, fashion shows, news, events, latest collections, store listings and the ability to mix their own music.
The Mark Ronson collaboration is now open at 43 Crosby Street in NYC but will appear in Miami on December 1st and in London and Tokyo some time in 2010. Gucci iPhone App screenshots after the jump. (more…)
Sirius/XM has finally come to the iPhone, giving you access to more than 120 channels, anytime and anywhere you want. You can listen to the songs from the app or you can even click a song to buy it straight from iTunes. It comes with a 7 day trial so you can test the airwaves. After that, the service will cost you $3 a month.
Could this have taken any longer to come to fruition? Thanks to Dataviz Documents To Go, iPhone users can finally create, edit and view Microsoft Word Documents. Excel is on the way, and if you buy now, that upgrade will be free. It’s here now and for $4.99, can you really beat it? Also, if you want Exchange support, be ready to pay $9.99.
From Sherwin-Williams comes ColorSnap, an iPhone application that allows you to use your favorite images and match them to more than 1,500 Sherwin-Williams colors. It’s great for taking those select pieces you can’t live without and making sure it goes nicely with your next paint color. Advanced information includes RGB numbers and paint names.
Wow. So Artist Jorge Colombo took about an hour to fingerpaint an intricate Times Square scene on his iPhone with Brushes, an app that costs $4.99. On June 1st, expect to see the finished product on the cover of The New Yorker. That seems like the best investment of all time as this guy’s career will be defined by this great piece of work.
Want to see his every move? Hit the jump to see the video. (more…)
After much anticipation, the folks at Sling Media have blessed the masses with the SlingPlayer Mobile app for the iPhone/iPod Touch. For $30, you can sling DVR recordings, your favorite shows or other at-home media to your iPhone and iPod Touch anywhere you want.
Sounds exciting, right? The only catch, and boy it’s a whale, is that you can only do it if you’re using a Wi-Fi connection, and not through 3G or EDGE. It’s a great app but it being limited to Wi-Fi will limit its success significantly.
Head to the LA Times review here to learn more about it.
Bell & Ross has launched an iPhone App that allows you to download different BR01 watches to be used as wallpapers or as a watch skin that shows in the B&R application. It also helps you to locate the nearest retailer.
This is just the beginning for the application as in the future, it will offer different watch designs and enhanced features.
Download the B&R app here.
Quintessentially, one of the world’s premiere concierge services, has launched an iPhone application for its clients, providing them with luxury insider tips and information on hotels, restaurant and night life events in cities around the world.
The company has researchers in 44 countries and performs concierge operations that vary from the chartering of a private jet with minutes notice to booking front row tickets to a rock concert. (more…)