AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 62 – “Scott took the plunge”

AppSlappy, our favorite iDevice podcast is now out and this episode sees Scott finally pick up an iPhone 4 (yep, he could no longer wait for the white model). If you dig listening to app related content, you’ll love this week’s show as they talk about the recently released Napster, VLC and The Secret of Monkey Island for iPad apps. Other app coverage/reviews include:

You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. If you’re on the look out for an entertaining and well produced iDevice podcast and have yet to discover AppSlappy, we highly recommend you “tune in” to their weekly show. It’s great for catching up on iPhone and app related content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Enjoy!

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 60 – “Ping me sometime”

Our friends Scott and Eric over at AppSlappy have released Ep. 60 of their awesome iDevice podcast and this week, they discuss the huge Sept 1 Apple event that saw the announcement of a brand new lineup to the iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, iPod Touch, Apple TV and more. In other words, a great recap in audio format for all that you may have missed. Other app coverage in the show include:

  • PICtone PICtone, 10.4 MB – $0.99 (Stupid app ‘o week)
  • Splode Escalation Studios, Splode, 22.1 MB – $1.99
  • Netflix Netflix Inc., Netflix, 6.5 MB – Free
  • Fragger Miniclip SA , Fragger, 19.5 MB – $0.99
  • Twitter Twitter, Inc. , Twitter, 5.2 MB – Free

You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. If you haven’t checked out the iDevice podcast yet, we highly recommend you tune in to the show. It’s great for catching up on iPhone/iPad and app related content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Happy App Slappin’ !

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 57 – “iPhone users are better what?”

Scott and Eric are back this week with their awesome iDevice podcast and the hour long show is once again filled with great content. They bring up the possibility of an Apple event next week that could see the unveiling of the long rumored iPod Touch equipped with a camera, as well as a study that shows iPhone users getting more action in the bedroom in comparison to other Smartphone owners. The episode also covers some notable App Store apps, including:

You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. If you haven’t checked out the podcast yet, it provides for great complimentary material for all your iDevice needs and we highly recommend you tune in. It’s excellent for catching up on iPhone/iPad and app related content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Happy App Slappin’ !

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 56 – “That PDF is Scary!”

Ep. 56 of the AppSlappy Podcast has just been released and Scott and Eric delve into the huge security risk in the iOS by way of a PDF exploit. It is this very vulnerability that allows users to easily jailbreak their iPhones via JailBreakMe.com. Aside from potential threats on your iPhone, the dynamic duo also touch on the MobileMe iDisk app now supporting streaming from iTunes and iPhone satisfaction. Other app reviews include:

You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. If you haven’t checked out the iDevice podcast yet, we highly recommend you tune in to the show. It’s great for catching up on iPhone/iPad and app related content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Happy App Slappin’ !

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 55 – “Steve needs a new look”

Scott and Eric are back for another episode of the award winning iDevice podcast, AppSlappy. This week, they cover plenty of topics, including the iPhone 4 Case Program app, WebPad (draw and share your doodles on the web in real time) and Steve Job’s evolution in the wardrobe department (time for a makeover?). S&E will also be giving away a $10 iTunes Gift Card on the show next week to the “caller” with the best accent. Tune in to this week’s episode for the details. And app coverage you’ll find in ep.55 includes:

You can download this week’s episode of AppSlappy directly and/or subscribe via iTunes. It’s easily one of the best iPhone/iPad podcasts around and we highly recommend you listen in to this hour long show. It’s great for catching up on iDevice and app related content during the long commutes on those planes, trains and automobiles. Happy App Slappin’ !

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 50 – “Black is the new white”

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:

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!

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 49 – “The iPhone 4 Episode”

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’ !

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 48 – “Skype on 3G has strings attached”

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:

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’ !

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 47 – “Video Chat? Duh…”

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:

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’!

AppSlappy Podcast Ep. 46 – “Gapple”

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:

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’!