Monthly Archives: August 2010

Review: My Face for iPhone

While Caller ID is sufficient to tell you who’s calling, we like to associate pictures with our contacts so that we have a very clear visual of who’s just dying to speak with us. But what if you can’t find the perfect picture for all of your contacts? Enter My Face, an app by Paragon… Read more »

MiTube Lets You Download YouTube Videos

MiTube, an app that has only been available for jailbroken devices via Cydia until now according to 9to5Mac, hit the App Store early this morning. The app lets you stream and download YouTube videos straight to your iPhone or iPad. The universal app is ad supported and free to download. Since there’s content on YouTube… Read more »

VolumeSnap Feature Coming to Camera+?

The developer of the popular photography app Camera+, tap tap tap, described in its blog today that an update to the app has been submitted to Apple that includes a new, highly-requested feature: the ability to use the iPhone’s volume buttons to activate the camera’s shutter. It’s unknown whether or not this new feature will… Read more »

Pulse News Reader Gets Posterous Integration

Pulse News Reader, the popular iPad app created by Alphonso Labs, has been updated to add integration with Posterous. Posterous is a free web publishing service where users can easily create and update their own blog-like page via email, adding content with links to articles or by attaching photos, videos, or other files. Within Pulse… Read more »

Gameloft Releases NFL 2011

Gameloft is ready for football season, releasing its NFL 2011 game over the weekend. The app is officially licensed by the NFL and contains all 32 NFL teams and their players. Last year’s NFL 2010 game was reviewed over at Touch Arcade and that version has earned an overall rating of 3.5 stars in the… Read more »