Aug 20, 2007
Installing iPhone hacks made easy with hands-on tutorial – MAC OS X Edition (Updated)
Folks! I have some great news for you. Early last week, folks at Nullriver had released an iPhone hack called "Installer.app" to simplify application management on your iPhone. The problem with it was ironically the iPhone hack itself was only for the technically inclined. But this has been addressed with...
Aug 18, 2007
Top iPhone-friendly websites
With its advanced Safari browser, iPhone lets you see web pages the way they were designed to be seen, then easily zoom in by simply tapping on the multi-touch display with your finger. This sounds very good and revolutionary, but the important question here is now that you have an...
Aug 17, 2007
Lights Off: First unauthorized native iPhone game
iPhone hacking community has been making steady progress by releasing a flurry of native iPhone applications which had started with the simple "Hello World" application. The latest iPhone hack is interestingly the first native iPhone game called "Lights Off". Delicious Monster's Lucas Newman along with Adam Betts have programmed the...
Aug 16, 2007
iPhone Application: Talking iPhone Translator
Have you ever been in a situation where you want to strike a conversation with this gorgeous looking foreigner at the bar but the only problem is; you can't say your favorite pickup line in her language. Folks at Coolgorilla have come out with a cool application for your iPhone...
Aug 13, 2007
Skype on iPhone: Cost-effective calling from your iPhone a reality
This is probably one of the most exciting application to be announced for the iPhone since its launch. SHAPE Services, a German company, known for making mobile IM clients, has just announced IM+ for Skype for the iPhone, a web site optimized for the iPhone which means it will allow...
Aug 13, 2007
Nintendo’s classic Duck Hunt game for the iPhone
The classic Duck Hunt game from Nintendo is now available for the iPhone. Sounds boring? I think the game will be quite cool on the iPhone and casual gamers will probably like it especially since Apple has not preloaded the iPhone with any games. The iPhone hacking community had only...
Aug 12, 2007
“Installer.app” released to simplify application (hacks) management on your iPhone
We had seen a flood of iPhone applications (hacks is probably the more appropriate term) in the last couple of weeks, however one of the complaints from many iPhone users has been that the iPhone hacks are mostly complicated and difficult to install and at times even hard to find....
Aug 12, 2007
First impressions suggest Mundu IM iPhone Edition best instant messaging client so far
One of the biggest disappointments of the iPhone is the lack of instant messaging support. Hence it is not surprising to see a flood of web-based IM clients for the iPhone. We had eBuddy who announced the availability of their advanced web-based multi network chat client for the iPhone, then...
Aug 11, 2007
DOOM on your iPhone! (nearly there)
Earlier in the week, we had the iPhone hacking community bringing the optimized NES emulator to the iPhone which had got me quite excited. "stepwhite", the same iPhone hacker who had released NES emulator has now been able to get DOOM running on the iPhone. Okay, before you get all...
Aug 9, 2007
Hack iPhone to show recorded audio in voicemail
I had reported only yesterday of how Erica Sadun at Tuaw, a iPhone hacking genius had delivered on a promise made by Steve Jobs of a voice recorder in the iPhone by releasing her own version of the iPhone voice recording utility. As you would expect she got a very...
Aug 8, 2007
Steve Jobs promises iPhone voice recorder, hacker delivers
If you did not find the iPhone voice recorder which Steve Jobs had promised when he announced the iPhone in his Keynote address in January, don't worry as Erica Sadun from Tuaw has just developed the latest iPhone hack, the iPhone voice recorder. Even though the iPhone voice recording utility...
Aug 7, 2007
iPhone Hacking community brings NES emulator to the iPhone
SDK or No SDK for the iPhone, its raining iPhone applications as the hacking community is in fully swing. This new iPhone hack has got me all excited. iPhone hacker "stepwhite" has brought InfoNES core to the iPhone, along with Mario Bros, Zelda and all the favorite NES roms. You...
Aug 3, 2007
iPhone Application: eBuddy brings multi-network chat client to the iPhone
eBuddy is an web messenger for MSN, Yahoo and AIM (AOL). With eBuddy you can chat online, everywhere anytime and is available as a web based and mobile version. They have recently announced the availability of this advanced web-based multi network chat client for the iPhone. We already have quiet...
Aug 1, 2007
iPhone Application: Make AppMarks the homepage for your iPhone’s Safari browser
One of the programs that had generated buzz at the iPhoneDev camp was AppMarks. AppMarks is a web desktop for the iPhone that allows an iPhone user to create a customized home page with iPhone-like icons. For example, you can put icons of your favorite websites, iPhone web apps or...
Jul 30, 2007
PopCap announces free version of its flagship game Bejeweled for the iPhone
PopCap Games, the leading developer and publisher of casual games, today announced that it has launched a custom version of its flagship game Bejeweled for iPhone's Safari browser and is making it available at no cost to iPhone owners thus making it one of the first high profile games to...
Jul 30, 2007
iPhone Firmware reveals hidden Applications & Widgets
Folks at iPhoneology have been doing some digging into iPhone's firmware and guess what? they have stumbled onto some very interesting stuff. One of the system preference files has revealed possibilities of hidden iPhone applications & widgets waiting to be unlocked by a firmware upgrade. While browsing through iPhone's firmware,...
Jul 17, 2007
Synchronica brings Microsoft Exchange support to iPhone
One of key features missing from the iPhone is that it does not support the popular corporate mail system, Microsoft Exchange. This was the reason many critics started questioning if the iPhone is really the ideal smartphone for business users. Synchronica, a provider of mobile synchronization and device management solutions,...
Jul 16, 2007
FlickIM to bring instant messaging and media sharing to iPhone
The lack of instant messaging in the iPhone seems to be getting a lot of attention from the iPhone hackers or developers, we first had GearLive publishing a tutorial to help you run IRC on the iPhone, then it was Cerulean Studios inviting iPhone users to join their beta test...
Jul 15, 2007
SeeqPod brings internet streaming music to iPhone
One of features missing in the iPhone is internet streaming music and it is safe to assume that Apple will not be offering it anytime soon. Doesn't matter cause SeeqPod has just released an iPhone-friendly user interface to bring internet streaming music to your iPhone. SeeqPod is a web application...
Jul 14, 2007
Turn your iPhone into a wireless remote for iTunes
When you are playing music on your computer, have you got frustated that every time you want to change the song or pause it you need to go back to your computer. Alloysoft has release Signal, the ultimate media player remote so that you can wirelessly control iTunes. Hit the...
Jul 14, 2007
iPhone Applications (hacks): Gain remote access to your PC or MAC through the iPhone
Want to take control of your home PC or MAC using your iPhone? TightVNC (with some modifications) for the PC (Wintel) and Telekinesis for your MAC seem to be the answer at least for now. More details and images available after the jump. More about modified TightVNC for PC Natetrue...
Jul 11, 2007
iPhone Application (Hack): iPhoneDrive brings disk storage to iPhone
Only yesterday, we had iPhone Hackers claiming to have gained full access to iPhone's filesystem though they are yet to release a tool to make it easier for the general iPhone users. So if you can't wait for the tool, you can buy iPhoneDrive which will help you transfer your...
Jul 10, 2007
iPhone Application: SoonR Talk brings VOIP to your iPhone
Apple and Cisco had announced that they would share the name "iPhone," Apple using it for its new smartphone, and Cisco using the name for their Linksys-branded VOIP phone for home networks thus resolving the "iPhone" trademark dispute. Apple might not be able to restrict use of iPhone for VOIP...
Jul 9, 2007
AT&T’s iPhone survey hints: iChat application for the iPhone coming soon
We were talking about iPhone's lack of messaging capability being unlocked by Cerulean Studio's Trillian Astra earlier today, however based on information revealed by folks at Engadget, Apple might be launching its own messaging application iChat fairly soon. More details on iChat application for iPhone after the jump. Before I...
Jul 8, 2007
iPhone Application: Trillian Astra to unlock messaging capabilities of the iPhone
One of common negatives highlighted in iPhone reviews is the lack of messaging capabilities in the iPhone. All is not lost though as Cerulean Studios is developing Trillian Astra specifically for the iPhone. So if you are interested in adding instant messaging to your iPhone experience enroll for beta testing...
Jul 7, 2007
iPhone Application (Hack): IRC on iPhone
If you are one of those who are hooked on to IRC (Internet Relay Chat) and are on the lookout for new applications for your iPhone, then there is some good news. Folks at GearLive have published a tutorial to help you get IRC running on your iPhone. More details...