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6 apps you need to delete from your iPhone right this second

I bet there are some great apps on your iPhone. I mean, why else would you have downloaded them, right? But some apps just don't live up to their billing, and others lose their luster over time. You have some of these apps on your iPhone, too, and now it's time to let them go. Poke Facebook...

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Top 3 iPhone apps: director Axel Braun

This is the latest installment in TUAW's Top 3 Apps; click the link to see other interviews. I ran into Axel in Las Vegas back in January, as CES and the Adult Entertainment Expo overlap. Yes, Axel is an adult video auteur, but that's not all. The son of Lasse Braun, who helped legalize...

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Hollaback: an iPhone app to combat harassment

This week the anti-harassment website ihollaback.org has released an iPhone app that they hope will help encourage women to stand up and report cases of harassment in public places. The Hollaback iPhone app does pretty much what you'd expect it to do. If you're being harassed or are witnessing...

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Enterprise iOS app distribution made easier by Ondeego

For consumers, unless you jailbreak your iPhone, the only effective way to get apps onto it is via Apple's own App Store. From the beginning of the App Store, Apple has offered an alternative method of distributing apps that is meant for use by businesses to their employees. Unfortunately, that...

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Dear Apple: What we want to see in iPhone 4.0, part 3

Even with rumors swirling that iPhone OS 4.0 will be previewed on Wednesday (along with some tablet thingy), chances are the OS won't be finalized until early summer, so there's still plenty of time for Apple to take your suggestions....

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Buy software, aid Haiti relief efforts

Last week we pointed out the American Red Cross donation page that's been added to the iTunes Store. This week, several independent Mac/iPhone software (and hardware) developers have come together to aid the relief efforts. Check out Indie+Relief, a site listing a huge number of applications for...

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Chilli X has birthday - everyone gets presents, but no cake

If you look under your seats, you'll find a bevy of free iPhone apps. That's right ... you get an app, you get an app, everybody gets an app (or 16)! We've mentioned Chilli X a few times, and I've developed a fondness for their collection of sleek, simple iPhone apps with great-looking...

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Microsoft: how to port iPhone apps to Windows Mobile

With just a few months to go before launching the Windows Marketplace for mobile applications, Microsoft has published details on porting iPhone apps to its Windows Mobile platform. It's a case study of the app Amplitude [App Store link], which lets users hear far-off sounds with ease. It's a...

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Sling rains on its own parade

Last week we were pretty excited that the new Slingplayer app for iPhone had been submitted to Apple for approval. Now it seems, the folks at SlingMedia are determined to really get a large percentage of their customers angry about forcing them to have the latest Slingbox hardware in order to be...

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Unfair practices in the App Store?

The App Store might be only a few days old, but it has already proven itself to be a viable and potentially lucrative outlet for developers. With so many apps (and more being added all the time) for sale, getting exposure is extremely important if a developer wants to stand out in the crowd....

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InsanelyGreat iPhone apps

Magnetism Studios, the guys behind Insanely Great Tees, have just launched four iPhone apps, which they are dubbing "Magnet Apps." Two of the apps are $4.99 and two are $2.99. Here are the details: Tile Sudoku ($4.99) Sudoku is a popular puzzle game choice for iPhone devs, but Tile Sudoku has a neat...

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Installer.app beta for iPhone: Install, update iPhone apps over Wi-Fi

All sorts of interesting iPhone apps have sprouted up these past few weeks, but unless you're checking out our own Erica Sadun's excellent work with iPhone apps, they can sometimes be hard to find or install. While Apple wants us to keep twiddling our thumbs in anticipation for true apps to come to...

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Media Temple boasts iPhone friendly control panel

Media Temple, a well known hosting provider, has recently rolled out a beta version of their control panel made just for the iPhone. Judging from the number of folks who sent this to us (thanks to all of you!) there seems to be a large, and until now, untapped market of people who want to be able...

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3rd Party iPhone Apps Roundup

The 3rd Party iPhone applications are starting to roll in. Here's TUAW's list of currently available packages. I'll update this list as more apps become available and we hear back from more developers. Hello World. Hello World Demo KBDemo. Proof of concept Keyboard demo. Part of the larger Mobile...

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