Well it was bound to happen, amiright? We’ve been wanting flash on our Jesusphone from the beginning and Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has now revealed that Apple and Adobe are finally “collaborating” on a Flash-version for the iPhone. No word on when this will be complete, but rest assure that it won’t be a run-down version that Adobe originally suggested.
How could someone make something that people spend a lifetime doing so easy to complete? Now at the App Store, Cube Cheater is available to all in order to help in solving a life-long (for some) mission. Well, I’ll be downloading it soon and entering myself into a Rubik’s Cube speed contest. Practice makes perfect my friends!
Buy It: $1 at App Store
There are over a dozen photography apps for the iPhone in the App Store but this is by far the easiest to use and most efficient. For just $1, you can mask your picture with any of the 7 filters that Nevercenter‘s CameraBag offers. Filters include “Cinema”, which creates film-like widescreen stills and “Mono,” which smoothly grades the photo from black to white.
Available now at the App Store for $1
Apple’s Cover Flow on iTunes and the iPhone has always appealed to us but for those of you that still buy CDs or want a unique way to display your current collection, iShelf is for you.
There’s nothing big in this firmware update for the iPhone, except for improved stability of Safari and an image viewing issue that’s been resolved. Head to iTunes to download it now.
There are alot of new apps coming to the App Store and Sudobility’s Air Photo Wifi Printing app is one of our favorites. It enables easy and fast wireless photo printing to any printer on the local Wifi network.
All you have to do is run Air Photo, browse to the photos you life to print, and tap “Print”. The other great thing about the app is that it’s compatible on PC and Mac. (more…)
TuneBuds combine noise-isolating earbuds with a talk-ready microphone and a play-pause control. They’re definitely worth the $39.99 MSRP but boy do I love deals. OnSale.com has the Griffin TuneBuds Mobile for $16.99, plus $5 for shipping.
The package comes with three pairs of rubberized earbuds so you can find the right fit. The nylon-coated cord is a plus, too since it helps to prevent tangles. There’s also a zippered carrying case so you can protect your new investment when they’re not in use. (more…)
iPhone users can rejoice because there’s something for us at MacWorld this year. Apple’s announced that you will now be able to preview and download iTunes tracks right from your iPhone over 3G or EDGE. As you may know already, downloading music from iTunes through the iPhone was only available with WiFi. (more…)
SlingPlayer Mobile is already out for Windows Mobile, Palm, Symbian, UIQ, and BlackBerry (beta) platforms and now it’s on its way to the iPhone. With the app, you can access one or more Slingboxes from your mobile device, and watch your TV stations on-the-go.
You’ll also have the ability to manage your DVR from the iPhone, but something special in the iPhone version is the ability to synchronously add and remove favorite channels directly from the iPhone’s interface. (more…)
Beejive IM app for the iPhone just got updated to 2.0, and it’s definitely a special update. With the app, you can send in-line photos, audio and video files, PDFs and Office docs to anyone you’re chatting with, provided the recipient has an IM client from the last 10 years.
The app’s a bit pricey at $16, but it works with AIM, Google Talk, ICQ, Jabber, MSN/Live, Myspace IM, and Yahoo messenger and it might be worth it with the recent update.