Posted by Chris Duke | Mar 26, 2017 | Comments 0
AppTrailers solves a major problem with the App Store: finding a decent game play video or review of an app so you know what the app is like before buying it. This is not just important for those 99 cent apps, but also for the ones that are quite a bit more.
Posted by Chris Duke | Nov 11, 2016 | Comments 0
Includes appmodo.com and ipadmodo.com domains, WordPress installation with 36,200+ posts, and all content in MySQL database.
Posted by Chris Duke | Apr 12, 2012 | Comments 1
It seems like forever that I’ve been searching for an app that will allow me to take a photo using an existing photo for alignment. It’s always fun to take before and after photos without having to bust out a tripod and leave a camera in place the entire time.
Posted by Chris Duke | Oct 15, 2011 | Comments 200
Siri, the revolutionary new personal assistant available only via the iPhone 4s sure does have quite a personality thanks to some slick artificial intelligence. Figuring out some of Siri’s humorous answers to your questions as Siri grows at Apple HQ is a lot of fun.
Posted by Chris Duke | Feb 22, 2011 | Comments 0
I’m Chris Duke, the host & executive producer of Motorz, […]
Posted by Chris Duke | Jan 27, 2010 | Comments 14
There’s no doubt that the upcoming Apple iPad will kick the asses of all netbooks, tablet PCs, and e-readers, but it’s by far the perfect unit that we had hoped for from Apple. But then again, neither was the original iPhone.
Posted by Chris Duke | Dec 18, 2009 | Comments 1
Looking for a quick, easy, and inexpensive teleprompter solution for your next video? All it takes is an iPhone or iPod touch, a $130 accessory, and the ProPrompter App from Bodelin, Inc. for $9.99.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jul 31, 2009 | Comments 0
Bodelin Technologies has updated their ProPrompter app for the iPhone and iPod Touch to version 1.1, bringing it up to speed with the iPhone 3.0 OS and adding quite a few much needed features. ProPrompter gives you rich teleprompter capabilities for only $9.99.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jul 22, 2009 | Comments 100
There are a ton of apps in the App Store which allow you to enable emoticons on your iPhone and iPod Touch. The problem is that they all cost money and all they do is enable the Japanese Emoji character set. There’s got to be an easier way, than having to spend 99 cents to do this right? Well, there is.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 26, 2009 | Comments 3
A chap by the name of Khena was testing out the new video feature on his brand new iPhone 3G S and accidentally dropped it in the pool. He dove in to grab it, and much to his surprise it recorded the entire belly flop incident without fail.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 25, 2009 | Comments 1
You may have seen the new battery meter on screen shots of the iPhone recently, and wonder how you enable it because it’s not under Settings > General like you would expect it to be. Well, it’s buried a little bit further than that, and it only works with the iPhone 3.0 software on 3G S (not 3G).
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 24, 2009 | Comments 11
I’ve decided to start a new series of articles here at Appmodo called “No App For That” because even though there are tens of thousands of apps in the app store, I just don’t buy Apple’s marketing campaign of “Yup, there’s an app for that”, especially when even Apple is at fault for not having an obvious “app for that”. The series kicks off with “Find My iPhone” and yup, there’s no app for that.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 22, 2009 | Comments 13
With the release of the iPhone 3G S and the iPhone 3.0 software comes the ability to not only shoot 30fps VGA video, but also edit it while on the device. You can then upload directly to YouTube or Mobile Me using the “Send to MobileMe” and “Send to YouTube” buttons, or send as an email attachment. But what about other services like Facebook, Flickr, Blogger, MySpace, Picasa, Revver, Shutterfly, SmugMug, Viddler, Vimeo, WordPress, and all the others? Here’s how to do it, and yes–there’s an App for that!
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 15, 2009 | Comments 2
This Friday’s launch of the annual update to the iPhone is somewhat anti-climatic. Yes, the hardware is finally updated with more RAM and a faster CPU but its main update is to the operating system, which is also available for previous versions of the iPhone. Many key new features aren’t even available, which begs the question: why upgrade to the iPhone 3G S?
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 13, 2009 | Comments 3
There are an unbelievable number of free, live public webcams on the Internet. They all have different interfaces, require different browser plugins, and some are just difficult to use. What if I told you that you could access them all, quite easily, from a simple single interface on your iPhone or iPod Touch. And, in many cases, control them. That’s where Barry Egerter’s Live Cams comes in.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 09, 2009 | Comments 4
Available for both the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, iSwipe is a virtual terminal app which allows you to process all major credit cards right on the go from PayPal, Authorize.net, and Cybersource.
Posted by Chris Duke | Apr 23, 2009 | Comments 0
The iPhone 3.0 OS update is due this summer and while updates to the camera, including a video record mode, are said to be included, that isn’t stopping the current crop of apps from pushing the envelope and making apps that squeeze every last ounce out of the current 2.0 phone from 2008. Enter KendiTech, who has a few other apps in the app Store, but none has drawn the attention more than Camera Zoom which allows you to take photos like the built-in camera app, but with one enhancement: zoom!
Posted by Chris Duke | Apr 22, 2009 | Comments 12
The hugely popular Zombieville USA shooter game for the iPhone and iPod Touch has been updated to version 1.2. These changes are not applied to the free version of the game. For those of you who haven’t played this game, unless you are afraid of zombies, blood and a little bit of gore, well–you should. It’s super addicting, and really entertaining.
Posted by Chris Duke | Apr 21, 2009 | Comments 38
More Catcha Mouse Solves
There’s a great reason why Catcha Mouse is the #1 Free App in the Apple iTunes App Store. It’s fun, easy to learn, and super addicting! The goal is simple: trap a mouse as he jumps around in a grid-like fashion (think Q*bert). If he jumps into one of the available holes, well then it’s all over for you!