Thursday, July 31, 2008

App Store Released! iPod Touch Apps gets rolling!

Hi Everyone,

Apologies that there has been no posting on iPod Touch Apps for some time here. We have eagerly been waiting for the Apple Apps Store to release, which it now has... if you don't have it already just updated your iTunes and you should see the firmware upgrade prompts.

Stay tuned for new videos and some exciting news about the iPod Touch Mic VOiP!

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Thursday, March 6, 2008

SDK iPod Touch Apps still on hold

Well, Apple and Steve Jobs are dragging their feet on the SDK. Apparently the SDK was released to a group of "select" developers this month, however I read that we should not see any applications until early this summer... which is a real bummer, since I don't want to jailbreak my iPod Touch! As soon as those iPOd Touch Apps do start being released there will be fresh reviews posted on the blog... Thanks!

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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

iPod Touch Apps: "Mind Dojo" Brain Twister Game

In the coming weeks we're going to exhibit more iPod Touch apps and games like "Mind Dojo" Mind Dojo is a cool little web based brain twister game that you can use to sharpen our wits when you have a little time to kill. The best part of the game for me was the fact that you can compare your final score with other player's online. This should hook the competitive folks out there. Check out our exclusive video below and point your iPod Touch web browser to to check out the game.

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Monday, January 21, 2008

iPod Touch Apps: Extend the Battery Life of iPod Touch and iPhone

Here at iPod Touch Apps we are all about getting the most from our iPod Touch. I was talking to a friend of mine today who happens to be an Apple technician and he mentioned a little quirk that should help iPod Touch/iPhone owners with battery life issues. In a nutshell:

Charge your iPod Touch through the wall/socket adapter and not thru your USB ports! I know what you are going to say.. "but the meter on my iPod says the battery is full even when I charge it through my USB port". However, this may not be true! You see the charge from the USB port is actually much weaker than from the wall, however the iPod Touch software calculates the amount of time it has been plugged in, and hence thinks it is "fully charged", when in fact it may not really be charged to the battery's full capacity potential. Basically, a "full green bar" charge reading is only accurate if you charged from your wall socket.

Hope this little tidbit helps. it has helped me.

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