It’s pretty much a given that Apple executives are using their own products, including the iPhone. If you’ve ever wondered what apps they might have installed, you can wonder no more — at least in Phil Schiller’s case.
Dreams do come true, sometimes. After their live video streaming app got rejected, developer Pointy Heads Software made an impassioned plea to none other than Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The result is now available for download in the App Store, and is a positive sign that developer complaints are being taken seriously by Apple.
Even before the launch of the original iPhone in 2007, rumors swirled in blogs and message boards that Apple might integrate a front-facing camera for video conferencing into the unit. It has yet to happen more than two years later, but that hasn’t stopped Israel-based fring from making at least one part of the puzzle a reality today.
While it may not pack the power of Final Cut Pro, Nexvio’s ReelDirector app for iPhone does allow you to do what seemed impossible just a short time ago: Edit video on your iPhone and share it with friends and family.
Tales of Apple rejecting iPhone App Store apps have become commonplace these days as developers take their sob stories to the masses. It was only a matter of time before someone collected the information and opened a one-stop repository for them.
If you love taking pictures with your iPhone, you have probably already realized the limitations of the built-in Camera app. One of the best alternatives in the App Store has just gotten better with a fresh new 2.0 update.
Apple’s iPhone App Store is literally bursting at the seams with travel phrasebooks and language translators, which are a natural for such a pocketable device. But if you’re looking for something that handles the task a little differently, take a look at iLingual.
Proving yet again that Apple often leads and then others follow, a number of consumer electronics makers are taking a page from the iPhone’s wildly popular App Store in an effort to reinvent the television.