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4 years ago

Path apologizes for taking your address book, wipes data from their servers

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Path apologizes for taking your address book, wipes data from their servers

Despite iPhone address books being transferred over SSL, and the data only being used to notifications when friends signed up, Path has apologized profusely and wiped any personal information from their servers.

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4 years ago

Fotopedia Women of the World for iPhone and iPad is a tribute to the diversity, beauty and strength of women on this earth

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Fotopedia Women of the World for iPhone and iPad is a tribute to the diversity, beauty and strength of women on this earth

"Women make up 50% of the global population, 40% of the global workforce, yet women own only 1% of the world's wealth". This fact is the first thing you read upon launching Fotopedia Women of the World before diving into this tribute to the diversity, beauty and strength of women on this earth.

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4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live podcast tonight at 9pm ET

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iPhone & iPad Live podcast tonight at 9pm ET

Nothing in the 'verse that should stop you from joining us for iPhone & iPad Live tonight!

Place: www.imore.com/live

Time: 9pm ET, 6pm PT, 2am GMT.

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4 years ago

iPad 3 rumors suggest thicker casing, massive graphics, no quad-core

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iPad 3 rumors suggest thicker casing, massive graphics, no quad-core

And queue the supposed case-leaks for the iPad 3, one of the traditional sings of impending Apple-pocalypse that every new device, real and imagined, has to go through before it gets announced, much less launched. These particular cases, when compared to an iPad 2 cases, seems to show some small, subtle differences between the two, as highlighted in the images above. We've also got some more rumors on both graphics power and chipset power -- or lack thereof.

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4 years ago

Foursquare Explore on iPhone lets you search smarter and enjoy more personal recommendations

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Foursquare Explore on iPhone lets you search smarter and enjoy more personal recommendations

One of the cool features of Foursquare is Explore, but until now, most of its features were only available on the web. With Foursquare 4.2, you can now change your location and filter your recommendations by type, or even specific foods like "ham sandwich". Your search result just got a lot more personalized!

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4 years ago

Forums: Using iCloud, Screen Brightness Setting, Data Usage

Forums: Using iCloud, Screen Brightness Setting, Data Usage

Mid week and things have been rather busy here at iMore thus far. Lots of updates, news and rumors happening.

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4 years ago

Iterate 15: Wiskus

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Iterate 15: Wiskus

Marc, Seth, and Rene iterate about high-concept eBooks and page-curl API, Bjango's Skala Preview, RealMac's Clear, ScoreKeeper XL, and the Metro-fication of iOS apps, and interrogate Dave Wiskus of Black Pixel about design... and what's wrong with PhotoShop

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4 years ago

Vonage Mobile for iOS offers free calling and texting to other Vonage users

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Vonage Mobile for iOS offers free calling and texting to other Vonage users

Vonage today launched a new mobile that allows users to send text messages and make calls with Vonage users around the world for free. The app pulls in your iPhone's native address book for quick access to initiating calls.

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4 years ago

Operator profiles indicate a March 9th release date for iOS 5.1

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Operator profiles indicate a March 9th release date for iOS 5.1

iOS 5.1Many folks are awaiting the impending release of iOS 5.1 for their iOS devices but with no solid date to refer to some are now turning to various other resources such as some recently published operator profiles for clues.

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4 years ago

Tweetbot vs. Twitterrific vs. Twitter: iPad twitter app shootout!

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Tweetbot vs. Twitterrific vs. Twitter: iPad twitter app shootout!

The darling of hardcore iPhone twitter users comes to the iPad, but how does Tweetbot measure up on the big screen compared to Twitterrific and Twitter's own app?

Twitter may not be as big a social network as Facebook, but you can't turn on a television, let alone visit a website, without seeing an endless stream of @usernames and #hashtags. While smartphones are great for Twitter on the go, the iPad is perfect for sitting back and really getting engaged. But which Twitter app for iPad is the best to engage with? Not only do you have Twitterrific, the original iOS Twitter app, but you have Twitter's official Twitter for iPad app, and now you have Tweetbot to consider as well, one of the most popular iPhone Twitter apps, just released for the iPad.

We've often said iOS and Twitter and like chocolate and peanut butter, two great tastes that taste even better together. And it's true. Time after time, platform after platform, the best developers and designers always seem to gravitate towards making Twitter clients, and nothing proves that more than Twitterrific, Twitter, and Tweetbot.

So which one is best, or more importantly, which one is best for you?

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4 years ago

Tweetbot for iPad review

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Tweetbot for iPad review

"Tweetbot has made the leap from iPhone to iPad and brought with it's excellent user-interface, best-in-class notifications, and powerful yet accessible feature set."

Twitter is the social network antithesis of Facebook -- limited amounts of content, no obligation to follow those who follow you, and most of the communication is done out in the open by default. Twitter launched around the same time as iOS, and the two platforms immediately seemed made for each other (something which became official with iOS 5 Twitter integration.)

Tweetbot came out only in the last year but has quickly become one of the most popular and most powerful Twitter apps on the iPhone, going so far as to sweep the social network category in both iMore's readers choice, and editors choice awards. Now it comes to the iPad with the same distinctive, mecha-inspired interface, but not as a universal binary -- meaning you have to pay for the iPad version separately, even if you own the iPhone version.

It's only $2.99, which is less than the price of most burgers, but is Tweetbot worth it? Do the features and functionality that rocked the iPhone scale to match the bigger iPad screen?

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4 years ago

Dell Voice brings free VoIP calling service to Canada

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Dell Voice brings free VoIP calling service to Canada

Dell Voice today launched in Canada, allowing iPhone owners to get a free phone number with both free incoming and outgoing Canada-wide calls to land lines and mobiles alike.

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4 years ago

Tweetbot 2.0 for iPhone adds new timeline, image thumbnails, and more

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Tweetbot 2.0 for iPhone adds new timeline, image thumbnails, and more

The widely popular iPhone Twitter app Tweetbot has just been updated with new timeline and direct message views with image thumbnails, a redesigned "new tweets" bar, support for readability, and more.

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4 years ago

Sprint had 1.8 million iPhone sales last quarter, 40 percent to new customers

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Sprint had 1.8 million iPhone sales last quarter, 40 percent to new customers

Sprint sold a total of 1.8 million iPhones during Q4 2011, with 40 percent of those going to new customers. Admittedly, 1.8 million is only about a quarter of the 7.6 million iPhones AT&T sold during the same period, and less than half the 4.2 million moved by Verizon, but considering Sprint's 55 million customers ranks as the the third largest U.S. wireless carrier, and this is the first official quarter that Sprint had the iPhone to sell, it still indicates a fairly solid adoption by their subscribe base.

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4 years ago

Hasbro’s new Lazer Tag guns use your iPhone or iPod touch for augmented reality and heads up display

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Hasbro’s new Lazer Tag guns use your iPhone or iPod touch for augmented reality and heads up display

Hasbro has announced that its next release of Lazer Tag guns will use your iPhone or iPod touch to provide augmented reality and a heads up display. The Lazer Tag guns can accept an iPhone or iPod touch which is slotted into the gun in a purpose made holder.

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