Have i told you how much i love my iPhone? Well today i love it even more. While i was browsing through Cydia , i found this app called MewSeek which is basically a native version of SoulSeek P2P client for iPhone or iPod touch. MewSeek formerly known as iSlsk in 1.1.x ) is a native P2P SoulSeek client that lets you search and download music or any other files straight to your iPhone/iPhone 3G or iPod Touch using either EDGE, Wi-Fi or 3G connection
Palettes is a powerful productivity tool for creating and maintaining color palettes. Great for creating color schemes. Now you can create a color palette anywhere at anytime. Grab colors from a photograph, a website, or add colors using any one of 5 color models. Quickly find matching colors with support for many different color schemes. You may create and store any number of palettes. Key features include:
– Quickly create a color palette from a web site, image, camera, or color scheme.
– Import/Export palettes from/to Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, GIMP, Paintshop Pro, and OS X Color Chooser.
– Import/Export palettes via email. Team development made easy with one click import.
– Email color palettes to friends and co-workers.
– Pick colors from:
RGB, HSV (HSB), HSL, CMYK, or Gray scale sliders
Standard colors lists (SVG, Web Safe, HTML, Java, Apple) or other palettes.
A website URL (webpage, image, CSS file, 3rd party palette file).
” The Official Instrument of Zelda comes to the iPhone ” – MacLife
Ocarina is the first true musical instrument created for the iPhone. Both experts and beginners will be amazed by this innovative player. Ocarina is sensitive to your breath, touch and movements, making it even more versatile than the original. Unlike other musical applications, there are no pre-compiled riffs so musicians will find unlimited opportunities for self-expression. Advanced options allow you to choose between diatonic, minor and harmonic scales. Or channel your favorite video game adventurer with Smule’s Zeldarian mode.
A new piece of software could transform the iPhone into a much more adept gaming device.
The new software is a tool called Onyx Online and is free. Onyx Online was developed by Steve Demeter, the same developer who created the popular and profitable Trism for the iPhone. Game makers and developers who choose to embed Onyx in their creation get a host of social networking features already added. Just a few of which include leaderboards, achievements and forums. What’s more is that iPhone owners playing Onyx Online embedded games would be able to view each other’s profiles, compare scores and see what games everyone else is playing. Onyx Online allows players to find each other and even challenge each other to duels! Demeter explains: