If you’ve ever found yourself diving for your phone to silence an
embarrassingly juvenile ringtone (mine is a Guns N’ Roses song, but I
don’t embarrass easily), iRingPro can keep you from being “that guy.”
Sure, you could just use one of the iPhone’s 25 packed-in ringtones,
but how generic is that? iRingPro’s Origin, Tek, and Zen collections
offer ringtones of sophisticated taste and style. But they’re more than
just nifty sounds--they’re thoughtfully designed for the needs of the
iPhone user, who, let’s face it, is used to a top-notch experience all
Earlier today, we ran into the devs at Quickoffice,
makers of a mobile office suite that allows you to create and edit
documents on the go, from your iPhone (and hopefully, for your iPad). We
got a quick look at their free (for a limited time) app Quickoffice
Connect, which allows iPhone users to access, view, and share all of
their documents across different online storage accounts, like MobileMe,
Dropbox and Google Docs.
Fans of the series Tale of Monkey Island can now play the game on their
Macs. Telltale has officially released the riveting, point-and-click
adventure game for the Macintosh platform as its official entry way into
the world of Mac gaming.
It was the biggest let down when Chrome was first released. Whaaaat? No
Mac version? But, but, but, Apple and Google were the best of buds back
in those days. How could they do this to us? How could they treat us
Then Chrome arrived for Macs. And another heartbreak
followed in its wake. Every single new feature they've added to the
browser, Google has rolled out first for Windows users months earlier.
And this time is no exception.
While perusing through our official Macworld Expo documents, we noticed
some interesting peculiarities about the official area map. The map
showcases points of reference, including San Francisco's piers, hotels
and various tourist traps. However, we noticed that the map actually
omitted a very integral place of interest for Macworld attendees--the
Ladies and gentlemen! Boys and girls! Gather around your computer
monitors and stay tuned to Maclife.com for in-depth coverage of Macworld
2010. We're here braving the streets of San Francisco and perusing
the show floor at Moscone Center in search of the most interesting,
bizarre and utilitarian technology and apps for all of your Apple
products. We'll be posting blogs, videos and slideshows of all of our
It used to be that you’d have to wait for a product to actually be available before someone could break it down and estimate what it cost to build. One such company looks into its crystal ball to get some cost estimates for the iPad.