free iphone application Archive

  • Calling Ahead for Reservations: Red Box Review

    The Red Box is touted as one of the greatest revolutions in home entertainment, even though it does not compare to the new streaming video enterprises. At the same time, it has brought DVD rental to the speed of a vending machine in the model that has been so popular in Europe for most of the last decade. You will often see one peeking outside your favorite supermarket or fast food joint calling you with its touch screens. The selections are always limited, the prices are always cheap, and if you keep it for two weeks, it may overdraft your bank account. Still, it is the most convenient way to rent DVDs today. Now the brand tries to extend its image of continuity by creating a free iPhone application. You may already be asking yourself what service they could possibly bring to the iPhone. The answer to this question may not be what you are looking for, but it is an interesting solution.

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  • Mini Review: Brain Trainer by Luminosity.com

    The Brain Trainer game phenomenon is by no means new to the mobile gaming platform, hence the "by Luminosity.com" suffix. The Brain Trainer model was actually part of Nintendo's strategy to add life to the Nintendo DS with older players, but it is making its way to the iPhone in full force as well.

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  • Mini Review: Type n Talk

    Type n Talk may be one of the simplest idea that an iPhone developer can come up with, but its novelty is obviously enough to make it to the top of the free iPhone application download list at the iTunes App Store. Type n Talk gives you a techno-prompt where you type in a phrase with the iPhone's keyboard. Once you have finished you press that TALK! button and a computer voice will read out your phrase in a monotone voice.

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  • Mini Review: MOG Mobile Music

    MOG Mobile Music is really a strange duality. On the one hand it is a great service that will allow you to have access to a huge library of music either for download strait to your iPhone, or just to listen right from the iPhone app. On the other hand, this "free iPhone application" actually comes with a subscription cost of $9.99 a month. The question here is whether or not, in this new world of mobile media, you are actually going to pay for music or not.

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  • iPhone Application Review: Hulu Plus

    Hulu has been one of the most popular and transformative websites online, bringing the idea of web access "on demand" television to a realistic proximity. Hulu was created by many of the major networks to raise the profile of their programs and creative a money making alternative to people that have begun large scale piracy through P2P networks. The real question was going to be whether Hulu would be reliable enough through standard internet connections to meet the needs of the people watching programs and films through it, and it has been. Now the question is if Hulu can be ported to mobile devices with the same success. The answer is right now is no, but only because of the format that they have chosen with Hulu Plus.

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  • Mini Review: Top 100s by Year by Bing

    Microsoft is spending some serious money and effort to try and rid the bad brand image that its start up search engine Bing has received. Now it has released the new Top 100s by Year by Bing, a free iPhone application that stacks up the top songs for every year from 1947 to last year.

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  • Mini Reviews: Zombie Farm, Taylor Swift, Star Command 3

    The iPhone RPG and simulator games are remaining strong, while teenage country fads are invading your touch screen.

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  • Mini Reviews: Fandango, What Does My Name Mean, Mixology

    There's an App for that! Check movie times, find out exactly what your girlfriend's name means, or learn how to make a mean Tequila Sunrise.

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  • Mini Reviews for February 12: Colbert Report’s The Word, eWifi, and Burglar Alarm Reviews

    Some applications give us video options, some Wi-Fi internet connections, and some simply no options. Here are a few new and popular iPhone applications, ranging from free to the measly price of $0.99.

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  • The Stack: Lego Photo Review

    Learn to "legoize" your photos, but it may not come out as you wanted.

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