Posted by Jason | Jun 24, 2009 | Comments 0
A recent news item from the guys over at PreCentral reports that Pre users are seeing the first in hopefully a long line of homebrew applications on their new devices. These “rebel apps” are utilizing a loophole in the Palm Pre’s OS that allowed unsigned apps to be sideloaded through email. This has sparked interest by homebrew programmers, and small apps such as a tip calculator have began trickling onto the latest smartphone.
Posted by Jason | Jun 23, 2009 | Comments 0
According to Adobe’s Q2 2009 Fiscal Year presentation, the long awaited Flash 10 for smartphones will enter the beta stage this October.
Posted by Jason | Jun 22, 2009 | Comments 0
While the focus of the mobile world is on that of the brand new iPhone 3G S, a leading smartphone competitor, the Palm Pre, is set to make its own mark on the seemingly one-sided mobile market.
Posted by Jason | Jun 16, 2009 | Comments 2
With the release of the Palm Pre last week which brought record crowds for Sprint, Palm have quietly stepped forward and asked developers across the net to not release information regarding internet tethering for the phone. The comments come as a special request by Palm on the behalf of Sprint, who do not allow tethering at all across their network for the Palm Pre phone.
Posted by Jason | Jun 15, 2009 | Comments 0
AT&T are reporting that pre-orders for the new Apple iPhone 3G S are now completely sold out. Any orders placed after June 13th will not be available when the phone launches late this week, June 19th and instead will be shipped one to two weeks after the launch date. Benefit? You still don’t have to wait in a ridiculous line at either store.
Posted by Jason | Jun 04, 2009 | Comments 1
Appmodo is growing extremely fast and we would like to expand our coverage. We are looking to hire writers and bloggers who have experience in tech journalism or reviewing mobile applications for either the Apple iPhone, Apple iPod Touch, Google Android, Palm Pre, and BlackBerry platforms.
Posted by Jason | Jun 01, 2009 | Comments 15
The Apple iPhone and 2.0 software update helped introduce a whole new market of applications to the mobile phone world. Due to the massive increase in demand for mobile applications, competitors like Google, Palm Inc, and Research In Motion Limited (RIM) have all stepped up to the plate to deliver their versions of multi-touch screen and gesture controlled phones with the ability to command powerful mobile applications, all helping revolutionize the industry.