Our friends Scott and Eric over at AppSlappy have just released the 50th episode of their great iDevice podcast (huge congrats fellas). This week, they discuss a wide range of topics, including pre-ordering the iPhone 4 (and its rocky start) and how to properly import audio books into itunes. Other new news/reviews you’ll find in this episode include:
- RapidSugar B.V. , Poof Its Gone – $0.99 (stupid app o’ week)
- Apple Inc., Apple Store – Free
- Silvio Rizzi , Reeder for iPad – $4.99
- Qvik, Qvik Sketch Pro – $0.99
- Grand Unified LLC, The Woodshop Widget – $1.99
You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. If you enjoy listening to podcasts and love all things iDevice, AppSlappy is easily one of the best round and we highly recommend you give the show a try. You won’t be disappointed. Happy AppSlappin’ folks!
Our friends Scott and Eric over over at AppSlappy have released another fine episode of their iDevice Podcast and it’s entirely dedicated to the official announcement of the iPhone 4. They take an in-depth look at the major features of the upcoming phone and break it down to what it all means for the end user. If you missed out of the whole keynote event, you can watch it online right here. Better yet, download this weeks episode or subscribe via iTunes to the AppSlappy Show and see what the dynamic duo have to say about the iPhone 4! Happy App Slappin’ !
That’s right, it’s that time of the week once again for another brand new episode of the excellent AppSlappy Podcast. In the latest show, Scott and Eric talk about the recent 2.0 update of Skype, which finally lets users make calls via their 3G connection (Unfortunately, a small monthly fee for the feature will apply after 2010). The upcoming June 7th WWDC event and Apple’s role in the Foxconn factory suicides are also discussed. Other app reviews/coverage include:
- equinux, Barbecue HD – $4.99 (Stupid app of the week)
- Inert Soap, LLC, Befuddled HD – $1.99
- Ubisoft, Prince of Persia® Retro – $0.99
- David Lawson, Test Subject – $0.99
- CondeNet, WIRED Magazine – $4.99
- Culinate, Inc., How to Cook Everything – $4.99
You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. If you haven’t checked out the podcast yet, we highly recommend you tune into Scott and Eric’s show. It’s great for catching up on iPhone and app related content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Happy App Slappin’ !
Our friends Scott and Eric over at AppSlappy, an award winning iDevice podcast, have released another great episode packed with loads of good content. This week, they discuss the confirmation of video chat in the upcoming iPhone 4G, as well some of the best iPad apps around. Other app reviews/coverage include:
- iPad Camera Connector kit
- Solitaire City (Deluxe)
- Tom Bihn iPad Messenger Bag (Ristretto)
You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. For those who you who’ve yet to check out the podcast, it’s easily one of the best around and we highly recommend that tune in every week. Enjoy the latest episode and Happy App Slappin’!
The latest episode of the AppSlappy Podcast is now out after the show was delayed for 2 days (as they say, better late than never). This time round, Scott and Eric touch on the upcoming (?) iPod Touch equipped with a 2MP camera, the rumor of iTunes online music streaming debuting at the WWDC, as well as other Google related news. This week’s app coverage on the show include:
- Panty Scanner Lite (Top 5 App in USA, UK & Canada!)
- Finger vs Finger – Free
- Mega Jump
You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. For those who you who’ve yet to listen to their podcast, we highly recommend you give it a go. They’re one of the best in the iDevice podcast world and the show’s great for catching up on iPhone/iPad content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Happy App Slappin’!
In the latest installment of the excellent AppSlappy Podcast, Scott and Eric discuss the Android topping iPhone mobile traffic (US) in the month of March and what this likely means in the grand scheme of things. Other news/reviews you’ll find in this episode include:
- Santa Barf – (Stupid App of the Week)
- Early Edition
- Awesome Note
- Finger Physics Free
- Umbrella Today?
You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. If you haven’t checked out the podcast yet, we highly recommend you give Scott and Eric’s show a try. It’s a great source for all things iPhone and iPad and one of the best you’ll find in the podcast world. Enjoy!
Scott and Eric are back for another episode of the awesome podcast, “AppSlappy”. This week, the dynamic duo give listeners a run down of the recent outing of the next gen iPhone, which was only made possible thanks to an Apple engineer who (gasp) left the prototype phone at a California bar and Gizmodo eventually paying 5K for some hands-on time with the device. Other new news/reviews you’ll find in this episode include:
- The Most Useless Machine – (Stupid App of the Week)
- Apple iPad case vs incase Neoprene sleeve
- Speed Test
- Zombiebooth: Alive in 3D
You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. If you haven’t checked out the podcast yet, we highly recommend you give Scott and Eric’s show a try. It’s great for catching up on iPhone and app related content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Enjoy!
Our friends Scott and Eric over at AppSlappy have released yet another awesome episode of their weekly podcast. For those not familiar, AppSlappy is an excellent podcast (winners of the Best Mobile Phone Formated Podcast in ’09) that is dedicated to all things App Store and iDevice. You’ll find app reviews, news, the “stupid app of the week” and much much more. In the latest installment, Scott breaks down the OS 4.0 OS announcement from last week and takes a look at several apps, including:
- Machine Gun Lifesize HD (Stupid App of the Week)
- Camera B and A
- Sketch Nation Shooter
- ArtStudio for iPad Vs Sketchbook Pro
- Adobe Ideas Free
If you’re on the look out for great new iPhone related podcasts and have yet to check out AppSlappy, we highly recommend you guys (and gals) to “tune in” to their weekly show. You can download this week’s episode directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. Enjoy the show!
While TouchMyApps loves a good roll in the hay with the iPhone, we have found that quite a few like-minded individuals are out there, waiting to add their touching experiences and unique methods to our stockpile. What does that mean exactly? And what is that ‘roll in the hay’ comment about? First, the former; a new author section will go up today called, ‘touchmycontributors’, a section devoted to reviews, news, and views by those honoured, like-minded individuals who know they have something to add from their seats around the globe. It is our hope that they will command greater respect than our regulars, who after a written extravaganza, are more often than not, tattooed by rotten, flying tomatoes and other easily tossed items.
Gamers, Audiophiles, Gadget lovers, news mongers; whoever you are, we are waiting for you.
The latter? Not really concerned about that one. If you happen to be ‘the one’ that we are looking for, I urge you, my fellow globalites, to contact us and prove it.
Apple’s wildly successful App Store was not the first mobile software catalogue, but it has been the most successful and with over 65 000 apps with a billion and a half sales, it is a digital steamroller. That Palm would enter the same market with the Pre was an easy forecast. As of 16 June, their SDK opened up to general development – a move that will take usher their Pre and its fanbase into the mainstream. Or will it?