The official iMore app is simply the absolute best way to enjoy iMore content -- news and how-tos, apps and accessory reviews, podcasts and more -- right on your iPhone.
The iMore for iPhone app is a totally FREE download and is available now on the iTunes App Store. It brings together everything you need to know about your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, as well as the hottest apps, games, and accessories, killer contests, must-know how-tos, and in-depth podcasts and videos, and presents them beautifully on your iPhone. Grab it now!
Small but awesome update to our very own iMore for iPhone app today -- Mobile Nations passport integration. Existing readers can still login with their iMore accounts, of course, but readers from other Mobile Nations sites can also login with Android Central, CrackBerry, and Windows Phone Central accounts, and brand new readers can now login with Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google accounts as well.
iMore for iPhone version 2.0 only just launched but we're already in the early stages of work on iMore app 3.0 and one of the very first things we wanted to do was ask you, the iMore community, what you want to see?
Favorites serves two great purposes. One is that it acts as a holding place for all your favorite articles, allowing you to jump back to them any time you'd like. It also automatically saves them for offline reading, meaning you won't need an internet connection to read any articles you favorite. Don't have time to read a whole article now? Favorite it and jump back in whenever you'd like to finish, with or without an internet connection.
Like we announced at the beginning of the month, the iMore 2.0 app is here! That's right, in 2013, iMore re-revolutionized our app, and we're thrilled to finally get it into the App Store and onto your iPhones! And it wouldn't be Mobile Nations if we didn't celebrate with a contest. So... We're giving away an iPhone!
If you are a regular iMore reader, you're probably already aware that we have lots of great podcast content from the iMore show to Debug and many more. Regardless what podcast you listen to or watch, our new iMore 2.0 app gives you the ability to not only listen to, but watch podcasts directly on your iPhone. You can even queue them up for offline listening if you want. This includes all our sister sites too such as AndroidCentral and CrackBerry. All your podcasts, in one app, ready to be enjoyed whenever you'd like.
Apple has just approved version 2.0.1 of the official iMore for iPhone app, and it's scintillating new features include... bug fixes and performance enhancements! We know some of you had trouble with sending in tips and posting comments, and both of those issues should now be fixed! Thanks for the patience!
Tammy Coron of Nickelfish talks with Guy and Rene about coding (and re-coding!) the iMore app, the TRS-80 and text adventures, computers in schools, teaching kids to code, and surviving the zombie apocalypse.
The iMore 2.0 app is here! That's right, in 2013, iMore re-revolutionized our app, and we're thrilled to finally get it into the App Store and onto your iPhones! And it wouldn't be Mobile Nations if we didn't celebrate with a contest. So... We're giving away an iPhone!
If you haven't picked up the new version of our iMore app from the App Store, we highly recommend you do as it's a great way to get all your favorite iMore content in one place right on your iPhone. Aside from being able to leave comments inside the app, you can also customize the iMore app to give you the content you care about most. If you read more how to's and app reviews more than anything else, you can edit your navigation tabs for quick access to those kinds of articles.
With the release of the all new iMore 2.0 app, we've added a ton of new features to make using iMore on your iPhone and iPod touch even better. One of these new features is the ability to leave comments on articles directly within the app.
Here's how to start leaving comments in-app on your favorite iMore articles.