Quick Office now at reduced price

quickoffice_iphone_bannerQuickoffice for iPhone is not very charming yet it’s the most simplified and easy-on-navigation,  and yet the most powerful Office app. And Quick Office is now at the reduced price of $4.99 for some 1,000 customers.

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Skype 1.1 update released

skype-iphoneMore good news from popular IM and VoIP client Skype: following the announcement that the Gold version of Skype 3.0 for Windows Mobile-powered smartphones has been made available for download, we are informed that Skype rolled out an update to its iPhone-dedicated software as well. Skype 1.1 for iPhone and iPod Touch comes with several new improvements and new features.

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Sony Building PSP Phone after Cyber Shot And Walkman

Sony Corp is working on a cellphone and PSP hybrid to better compete with Apple’s iPod Touch and iPhone.

Sony was talking to major recording companies about providing downloadable music to the Playstation Portable (PSP). While Apple’s devices aren’t dedicated gaming machines, there is a notable overlap in audiences and the App Store has started attracting major gaming developers such as Capcom, id Software, and Square Enix.

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Video: Is iPhone 3GS water proof?

This is an undocumented feature of the iPhone 3GS. Apparently the new iPhone 3GS seems to be waterproof.

Check out this video, where a guy was trying to take a video near the pool, apparently ended up dropping his 3GS in the pool. What surprised him was that the phone was still taking video, inside the pool.

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Apple to spy your iPhone to log Battery issue

battery-logApple will make the iPhone Battery Logging-profile available for its customers who complain about the battery life of their device, according to information on the website of HardMac. The user installs the profile and after that all usage of the iPhone will be monitored over a specific amount of time.

Support staff can than later determine what the cause of the quick reduction of battery energy was. Then it will also become clear if the battery is defect or if the user just used his iPhone a lot.

Almost all usage will be monitored. From starting up an app till the usage of Wi-Fi. People seem to use their iPhone as a computer very often: they use the internet, play games and call friends, causing them to recharge the iPhone after only a few hours.

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Apple goes cool on nudity/porn apps!

Apple has broken the borders of approving apps on the app store. Good news for porn lovers though. Apple has approved first app which contains nudity called “Hottest girls – 2200+ Topless, sexy babes and nude models” ($1.99)

This application downloads content from the Web, bypassing Apple’s censorship. There is no censorship here, as this is truly an Apple approved app “rated 17+” for “frequent/intense sexual content or nudity” and “frequent/intense mature/suggestive theme.”

Word from the developer reads :

We uploaded nude topless pics today. This is the first app to have nudity


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iPhone’s GMail web interface now supports swipe touch gesture

swipeGmail web app supports swipe-to-archive feature. This eliminated the need of separate app for gmail on iPhone. With iPhone 3.0, they’ve added swiping gestures within the iPhone’s browser.

Google’s Gmail blog reads:

After reading the subject of an email and the first line of the message, I often know if I don’t need to open the email to read the rest. With swipe-to-archive, I can simply swipe my finger across the email in the inbox, either from left-to-right or right-to-left, and then tap on the red ‘Archive’ button when it appears. Please note, this feature is only available for the iPhone.

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