The iPhone Blog Week in Review for March 02, 2009
Every week I will be bringing you what I think are the week’s biggest stories and articles. Let’s get started, after the break!
Yup! If you are a Rewards Zone Silver Member. Guess what? I am and I bought my wife one earlier this week. Awesome deal!
This is a great proof-of-concept for doing this. I have to tell you, I get annoyed sometimes with how Apple has implemented moving your apps around; it can be a problem if you have 148 apps... this video is quite good. What do you think?
Jeremy tells us his thoughts on this case. I like, it but since it has to go though your belt loop only...
But I just want the service to work, ya know? I have since moved on to Google Sync. Much better IMO. Why reinvent the wheel Apple? Just migrate MobileMe to ActiveSync...
Dieter just got back from Mobile World Congress and the editors from all the Smartphone Experts sites discuss their thoughts on what went down!
Apple has released a new feature in iTunes to subscribe to new content from your favorite artists. Who is up first? Depeche Mode. Hmm. Wouldn't U2 have been a better choice? Is U2 scorned by the atrocious Black and Red iPod from years past?
This week Tekzilla shows us how to delete emails via swipes and more!
Wow, now this is really exciting! This app is just around the corner (rumored Q2 release). Dieter saw it in action and it looks good! This is one of the few missing items that iPhone users are clamoring for; the ability to view, edit and create Microsoft Office compatible documents! I can't wait!
Well, there was that, you know, issue with some developers paying for reviews? Well, Apple has gone in an removed them to give those apps a more accurate rating.
This week Brian reviews the OuterBox case for iPhone 3G. What did her think? You're going to have to click to find out, I'm not tellin'!
Well, I was not expecting this, but this app is totally awesome! You can get most of CBS's networks and LOTS of free content. You can stream many TV shows for free. For example, I watched an episode of CSI: Miami over 3G. It wasn't the crispest quality, but it was watchable. And, CBS conveniently broke the episode up on to 6 5minute chunks for much more digestible watching on the go. Kudos to CBS fro doing this. Now, NBC, dump Joost and give us Hulu on the iPhone!