Posted by Gwen Phua | Feb 16, 2011 | Comments 8
Those who have an untethered 4.2.1 jailbreak for their iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad have found themselves unable to read books they have legally purchased within iBooks. Trying to open a DRM-protected book will produce the following error message: “There is a problem with the configuration of your iDevice. Please restore with iTunes and reinstall iBooks.” Deleting iBooks and reinstalling an older version will not help resolve this issue. Luckily, @comex has come up with a fix.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Feb 10, 2011 | Comments 0
There are several updates available for our favorite iPhone apps today; Hipstamatic, iBooks, Skype, Battlefield Bad Company and Cut the Rope. Here’s the breakdown:
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Dec 30, 2010 | Comments 0
Skype for iPhone has just been updated to version 3.0. The latest improvements includes the ability to make Skype to Skype video calling using WiFi and 3G. Here’s the complete breakdown:
Posted by Jason | Dec 27, 2010 | Comments 10
If you’re staring down at your shiny new iPhone 4 or iPod Touch this Christmas/Holiday wondering which apps to try first, here’s a list of the top 10 best iPhone and iPod Touch free apps for 2010.
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 Jake Wright | Dec 26, 2009 | Comments 1
If you are not already aware there is a free app called Skype that is a VOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) that allows you to make calls while in wifi range and not use your regular minutes. By using Skype while I am at home or in a wifi hot spot I was able to reduce my plan with AT&T by $20.00 a month and sign up for the monthly unlimited Skype plan for only 1.95 a month. They do have other plans that range in price and calling area. For now you can only use the app in wifi but since AT&T has authorized VOIP to use data I am hoping that this app will soon be able to be used over Edge or 3G service.
Posted by Jason | Aug 25, 2009 | Comments 0
While Apple has been busy explaining away any issues with their self-titled “totally kosher” application approval process, Google was busy countering a recent USA Today article published on August 21st. The article alleged that Google tried to block the publication of the Skype application, a popular VoIP app, from premiering on the Android devices.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Aug 21, 2009 | Comments 1
As you recall, the FCC has asked Apple, AT&T, and Google to answer some important questions about the iPhone App Store approval process, what role AT&T plays in rejecting apps, and specifically what happened to cause Google Voice to get rejected and 3rd party Google Voice apps removed. Apparently Google isn’t only being questioned as a “victim”. As it turns out, they have some explaining to do in their own right, says Apple Insider.
Posted by Jason | Jul 02, 2009 | Comments 0
Skype released an update earlier this week for their iPhone application. The latest 1.1 version includes Skype voicemail support and one way SMS text messaging (you can send but not receive). If you are interested in utilizing the Skype voicemail feature, you will need a subscription as with the PC and Mac versions. Additional language support was also added to the update. Click here to check out the Skype iTunes page.