You hungry? Me too. "You gotta eat" -- it's a cliche for a reason. And free, location-based restaurant search tool MenuPages makes finding the food you want easier than ever, with the help of your trusty iPhone or iPod touch.
It's the weekend and you're kicking around for something to do, but who can find one of those free newspapers anymore? And what if you're looking for something off the beaten path or just a cool place to eat? Ads are all fine and good, but anyone can run a decent ad. How do you know if the food's any good or who the band is tonight?
With so much going on, there's no excuse for you just to sit at home on couch playing Halo again. Get up and get out and get moving with these apps to help it all happen.
If you’ve ever struggled to figure out if your spouse is on the way home from work or if the kids got picked up from school or where the kids are hanging out today, a new app called Neer may help you sort it all out.
After relying on Google and Skyhook to provide location services for the iPhone, it appears that Apple took control of their own destiny by creating their own service with the launch of iOS 3.2 on the iPad -- and nobody noticed until now.
A new Apple patent application revealed this week showed that possible future iPhones could allow for location sharing at the touch of a button. Now parents could have an even easier way to keep track of where their rascally teenagers are at!
If it weren't for our hoards of interns / slaves to adjust our location settings on our iPhones before we travel, we would never know how the weather is like in Uzbekistan when we go there to initiate iPhone peace treaties. Apple may be putting some of our interns our of work.