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October 2011

MacPlus : iPhone plus longtemps supporté

by srcmax
Qui ne l’a jamais entendu, Apple pousserait à la consommation en limitant les possibilités offertes par ses modèles, un défaut dont le monde Android serait épargné. Sauf que confronté aux faits, quand on considère le support d’Apple en terme de logiciels face à celui offert du côté Android de la force, la critique ne tient pas.

iOS Apps: PressReader

by alamat (via)
PressReader brings over 2,000 full-content newspapers from 95 countries in 51 languages to your iPad & iPhone. Download PressReader today and receive 7 issues for FREE!*

Daring Fireball Linked List: Character-by-Character Insertion Point Movement in iOS iWork Apps

by night.kame

Update: You can swipe with two fingers to move forward/back a word at a time, and three for the entire line — but I find these gestures hard to use, especially on the iPhone. If they’re not perfectly horizontal they scroll the view.

Nous dit le type qui 5 minutes avant prétendait que quasiment tout était découvrable facilement sous iOS.

PhoneGap

by JJL & 7 others
PhoneGap is an HTML5 app platform that allows you to author native applications with web technologies and get access to APIs and app stores. PhoneGap leverages web technologies developers already know best... HTML and JavaScript.

September 2011

iOS Apps: Comics

by alamat (via)
The only iPhone/iPad comic platform that has Marvel, DC and The Walking Dead. Purchases made can be read on the web, too, at comics.comixology.com! The largest comic library and store with Guided View™ Technology, which Wired.com says “solves the problem of reading comics on the small screen.” With over 12,000 comics! Featured on Jimmy Kimmel, CNN, and more!

August 2011

iOS Apps: JotNot Scanner Pro

by alamat (via)
Use JotNot to scan and save documents, receipts, whiteboards, business cards, notes, recipes, photographs, billboards, posters, books, art–almost anything you can take a picture of.

iOS Apps: ZombieBooth: 3D Zombifier

by alamat (via)
How would you look as a zombie?! What about your friends? ZombieBooth is a fun way to instantly make your face into a 3D, animated zombie! You can even record and share videos of your zombified friends!

July 2011

iOS Apps: Google+

by alamat (via)
Google+ for mobile makes sharing the right things with the right people a lot simpler. Huddle lets you send super-fast messages to the people you care about most. And no matter where you are, the stream lets you stay in the loop about what your friends are sharing and where they’re checking in.

iOS Apps: Paper Train HD

by alamat (via)
Control railway traffic without crashing any trains.

June 2011

Native style momentum scrolling to arrive in iOS 5 · Johan Brook

by srcmax
One of the biggest gripes of web apps in Mobile Safari comes to an end. In iOS 5 Beta 2, you are able to do this on an element with CSS: overflow: scroll; -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch; And the content inside that element should get native style momentum scroll. Just like any other app in iOS.

iOS Apps: Instagram

by alamat (via)
3.75 Million users love Instagram! It’s a free, fun, and simple way to make and share gorgeous photos on your iPhone.

Apple rumored to be working on iOS-powered HDTVs for late 2011

by alamat (via)
A new rumor claims Apple is readying an iOS-powered connected TV, possibly for release as early as this fall.

Distribute Ad Hoc Applications Over the Air (OTA)

by oseres (via)
If you’ve been through the distribution process of an Ad Hoc application, you can appreciate the challenges of getting a build installed on someone’s device. From the differences of working with users on Windows versus Mac machines, to explaining how to import an Ad Hoc provisioning file and the associated build into iTunes, this process is anything but a walk in the park. In this post I’ll take you through the steps of deploying Ad Hoc builds over-the-air, where users simply point the Safari web-browser (on their iPhone) to a link and tap to install the provisioning file and associated application.

iOS Apps: Job Search

by alamat (via)
Find jobs using Indeed, the most comprehensive search engine for jobs. In a single search, Indeed offers free access to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites and job boards.

iOS Apps: Comic Zeal Comic Reader

by alamat (via)
Imagine holding your comic library in your hands; with Comic Zeal, you don’t have to imagine. Your iPad is the perfect device for reading comics, but reading comics and manga isn’t like reading books. You need a specialist app that can:

If Only iOS Could Do Even Half of These Magical Things

by alamat (via)
With WWDC upon us, there’s already been a lot of talk about what wonders iOS 5 will include. Suffice it to it will not include anything like the above features, which is kind of a shame.

iOS Apps: MetalStorm

by alamat (via)
“It’s the best flight sim/online action game on the iPhone, and one of the best games on the platform full stop.”

May 2011

iOS Apps: Baby Connect: track, log, share your child activities

by alamat (via)
Picked by Apple as a featured App for Busy Moms, Baby Connect is the most comprehensive baby tracking application on the AppStore. It has graphical reports and trending charts, weekly averages, medicine, vaccine and growth tracking, timers, notifications, reminder alarms, emails, .csv export, an easy to use interface, unlimited data, and it is the only application that allows you to exchange information in real time (over wifi, 3g or Edge) with your spouse, babysitter, nanny or daycare.

iOS Apps: t Chess Lite

by alamat (via)
tChess Lite is the popular chess game designed just for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. tChess is like a virtual chess board on your device. It’s fun and easy to use–perfect for the casual player!

iOS Apps: PocketMoney LITE – Checkbook

by alamat (via)
PocketMoney gives you the most features, at the least cost, in an effective user interface. Find out why AppAdvice.com says: “The app is easy to use that in fact, it is fast-becoming my most-used app on my iPad.”