iPhone

T-Mobile offers $100 rebate for iPhone-iPad bundle

News

British school launches iPhone into space, takes stunning footage

iPhone

Samsung's latest Galaxy S5 ad pokes fun at iPhone battery

iOS Devices

Apple's larger next-gen iPhones reportedly said to go into production next month

Photography

5 cool connected camera accessories for your iPhone

News

Apple confirms iCloud breach not the reason behind Apple ID hijack

Apps

United Airlines updated their app to give you in-flight video

News

J.D. Power survey shows consumers still most satisfied with iPhone on all major U.S. carriers

News

Apple releases iOS 7.1.1 with a few bug fixes, Touch ID improvements

How to

How to secure your iPhone or iPad with a strong alphanumeric password

iPhone

Apple launches iPhone trade-in program in Germany

iPhone

Apple engineer Greg Christie recounts the first iPhone development process

iPhone

China Mobile added 1 million iPhone customers in February alone

News

United Airlines launching free in-flight video service for iOS devices

News

Apple shortens return window for iPhones to 14 days, is that enough time?

News

US Air Force begins transition, swapping 5000 BlackBerry devices for iPhones

iPhone

Tylt PowerPlant portable battery pack with Lightning connector review

iPhone

Will the iPhone be as recognizable in 30 years as the Mac is today?

Links

How did Apple film the 1.24.14 video in 10 countries just one day? Like this!

iPod

Alas, poor iPod! We knew him, Horatio: A lament for Apple's music player

Google Docs Now Supports iPhone, Other Mobile Devices. Kinda Sorta

We are one step closer to editing word documents on our iPhones today. Google is now offering a mobile format of Google docs, viewable on mobile devices. The bad news - it's Read-only mode, so no editing capabilities are available... yet. But at least you can access important docs while on the go, right from your iPhone, and that's something to cheer about. Right?

Read

0
loading...
0
loading...
0
loading...
0
loading...

← Previously

Ambrosia Software Updates iToner

Next up →

SMS Message Archive Utility

There is 1 comment. Add yours.

Mark DiFelice says:

You can use your iPhone to create or start a new Google Document. Google provides a email address that you can use from the iPhone email app. Now the email app is not much but if you want to start to get you ideas down on the road and finish the document when back at your computer this a way.