Today's iPhone app reviews are all about using your iPhone to keep in touch with the things you're used to only having on a computer. The Comcast Mobile App is an excellently crafted application that brings lots of Comcast features directly to your iPhone. AudioIn turns your iPhone into a pair of wireless headphones, so that you can stream audio wirelessly from your PC. The World Of Warcraft Mobile Armory app simply presents a mobile version of the famous World of Warcraft website, www.wowarmory.com. Lastly we reviewed Ranch Rush, a popular computer game, that has finally found its way to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Comcast Mobile App
by Comcast Cable Communications
The Comcast Mobile App is an incredibly useful and well made application. This app is not one of those corporate attempts to spread brand awareness by making some flimsy iPhone app. It really has some deep functionality. It has full TV guide listings, integrated access to Comcast Email, Comcast Voicemail, and more. It allows you to forward calls from your Comcast phone number to your iPhone. The app automatically pulls voicemail from your Comcast phone line, and integrates it with the Comcast email.
This app is a must for all Comcast subscribers.
AudioIn Lite – WiFi Wireless Headphones
Ever wanted wireless headphones for your computer? Well then get AudioIn (the cheaper Lite version here will suffice for all basic wireless headphone usage.) The application turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a wireless HiFi stereo "headphone" by pairing it with the free AudioServer software on your computer. Your iPhone simply streams the audio from your computer, wirelessly. It only works on Windows Vista and Mac OS X. Find further instructions in iTunes.
World of Warcraft Mobile Armory
by Blizzard Entertainment
by FreshGames, LLC
Ranch Rush is a famous game that's available for both Mac and PC. The game is about a girl named Sara who is trying to form a successful farmer's market in order to save the ranch. You've gotta help Sara turn 3 acres into a thriving business, by…well…playing this game. It's actually a very fun and addictive game, and it seems to be worth two dollars.