Tag Archives: iPhone

The Twitter Of Email Releases Updated App With Offline Mode

Shortmail is an email service that restricts messages to 500 characters or less. This means, if someone sends you a longer message, Shortmail will message them back and request a shorter message. The app helps you eliminate the superflous in your life by managing your email intake. The new app comes with a feature called “let’s chill” […]

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iPhone App PlaySay Helps You Learn A New Language And Make New Friends With

PlaySay is a language learning app with a gaming platform that focuses on social communication. The service was originally a Facebook app that blossomed into mobile with its iPhone app. The original service would take your friends status updates and other Facebook features, and use those as your lesson tools. The mobile app integrates feedback from native speakers, helping […]

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Linkedin Releases iPad App: Elegant And Effortless

To the delight of many patient Linkedin users, the company has finally released an app for the iPad. . The iPad app is cleverly designed. Joff Redfern–Linkedin’s head of mobile products explains that most people were using the Linkedin web service on their iPads in the early morning and in the evening from 7 to […]

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Circle: An Effortless Ambient Social Networking Service With Great Design

Circle is an ambient social networking tool that allows you to always know when Friends and Networks are nearby. Evan Reas, CEO and Co-Founder of Circle, explains his inspiration for the app: “It could be magical to always know who is around you, whether that’s knowing that your friend who you haven’t seen in six […]

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Mobile Service Color Wants To Change Mobile Social Networking

Color is a mobile photo and video sharing app available for iPhone and Android. The startup is well known for being well funded, gathering $41 million so far. You can find the company website at Color.com This is the way the app works: it launches, quickly surveying the people in your surround area; then, you’re allowed to […]

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Sonar: Uncover The Connections You Share With People Nearby

Sonar is a mobile iPhone app that lets you uncover the connections you share with people nearby. The app taps into one of your social networking accounts (Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Foursquare) and scans the public profiles of people around you, and then arranges them based on similarities based on mutual interests or friends in common. The interface is […]

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“The One Product That Makes Apple A Trillion-Dollar Company Overnight”: iPay

Jason Calacanis–internet entrepreneur and founder of Mahalo.com–puts forward an interesting premise in his latest article,  where Apple can grow exponentially by tapping into just one market: payments. His theory is that Apple, by serving as a middleman between customers and online services (like airline or hotel bookers), could make it so that you would never […]

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Nokia Can’t Catch A Break: European Carriers Say New Lumia Is “Not Good Enough”

Reuters reported this morning that four major European mobile carriers remain unconvinced by Nokia’s competitive resurgence into the smartphone marketplace. According to the article, the European telecom operators are disappointed with the Nokia Lumia 900, declaring the device “not good enough to compete with Apple’s iPhone or Samsung’s Galaxy phones.” In the U.S., Nokia only […]

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AT&T Unlocks Off-Contract iPhones This Weekend — April 8th

On Easter Day–this Sunday, April 8th–AT&T will give out-of-contract customers the opportunity to unlock their iPhone’s, effectively giving customers the option to go elsewhere once their contract has expired. According to phonescoop, AT&T spokesperson Seth Bloom has said that, “Beginning Sunday, April 8, we will offer qualifying customers the ability to unlock their AT&T iPhones. The […]

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