While a definitive leak or video or smuggled photo has yet to turn up to give every Mac fan the vapors, fragments of rumors, whispers of possibilities, and glimpses of details related to hardware turn up almost weekly. This week was no different.
While Apple retains the right to deny apps that they claim duplicate
core features (the supposed excuse for the Google Voice blanket
rejection), there are any number of apps that do just that. Try
searching browsers in the app store for proof.
So with an announcement from Mozilla's CEO John Lilly that the open
source giant plans to "release an app to the iPhone App Store in the
next few weeks," that he claims will "surprise people," speculation
began. Theories centered around two strong contenders.
To help get free back to its rightful place of, well free, we've
compiled a list of apps and services that are indeed free and won't
require you to sit through a pitch about how great it is to be a foster
parent to a monkey. We do want to note that some of these items are
services ors ystem preferences. But hey, they're free, so stop
complaining and enjoy.
Like lots of people these days, I get most of my music either from my collection or through on-demand internet radio sources like Pandora and Last.fm. The last time I actively listened to the on-air radio must have been years ago.
Clearly, I am not the target market of this rumored in-house app for the iPhone and iPod touch.