Mac or PC: Files allows you to store and view files on your iPhone or iPod touch. You can connect to Files over Wifi from any Mac or PC and drag and drop files straight from the Finder or Windows Explorer, as you would with any other shared folder.
In fact any client which understands the WebDAV protocol can connect to Files.
You can secure remote access to your data by setting a username and password. And with guest access enabled, friends on your local Wifi network can browse your “Public” folder.
Files supports viewing of many common file types, including most Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents, PDF documents, images, text, html, movie and audio files. Documents and images are all displayed fullscreen, in portrait or landscape mode. Zoom and pan via the standard pinch and swipe gestures.
– Most Microsoft Office document are viewable, including limited support for xml documents (Office 2007).
– Image, movie and audio file support is limited to those formats supported by the iPhone OS.
– Apple iWork documents are not formally supported. However if you zip the document before transferring to Files (e.g. Readme.pages.zip) then it will display correctly.
Add bookmarks to longer documents to quickly get at important or often viewed information. And Files remembers where you last stopped reading a document, so that next time you can continue right where you left off.
Use search to find and filter files easily; and delete unwanted items with a simple swipe and tap. You can even set a disk quota to prevent Files using up too much space on your device.
With Files you can take documents with you wherever your iPhone or iPod touch goes, view them and transfer them easily to any compatible Mac or PC.
Of course you all know by now that the new Google Mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch was released. And it’s a great app , no doubt in my mind. But my main concern ( before this was released ) was if it will work properly for the rest of us. What do i mean by the rest of us? Well…. people whom live abroad, non north americans.
And the answer is not no, but more like , hmmm not really. Ok let me expand this matter. Ive updated the app, checked out the setting, everything was great so i was excited to give this baby a tryout. Because i was , like all of you out there, anxious to test this bad boy.
How many voice based searches will be needed to see if this app works with non north american accent? I said to myself 5 ; If it gets 3 out of 5 this app rocks. Well guess what? It got 2 out of 5… so its pretty decent but not really out there for us.
This is what ive searched for :
how tall is mount Everest : ( i actually did this twice ) i got – elcon mall denver and fucking hulk hogan . now how can i get hulk hogan when im asking about mount Everest
22 degrees in Fahrenheit : guess what. i got this one right.
how far is paris from barcelona : i got – cole porter paris combo ( at least it got “paris” in the result )
how far is barcelona from paris : i got – hope ( well there is hope that one day this will work for me , or that my accent will go north american )
funky space monkey : YES! got it right, and my blog was there on top being the king
Now, let me ask you something : did u listen to the sounds it makes when its processing your voice search? It sounds like a retarded alien. Just voice-search for something than when the app is processing your voice, put the phone to your ear and listen.
[tags] google mobile, google mobile app, voice search, google voice search [/tags]
Written by the same mathematician who wrote the HP-12C financial algorithms, Calc-12E marries that undisputed computational heritage with the unique features that make the iPhone the premier tool for business.
• The mathematical backbone of the 12C extended to 15 digits of precision (displays up to 13)
• Bond calculations performed with 15 digit precision
• “Always on” display of the financial registers or the stack. When in bond mode, shows settlement and maturity dates
• Tap to email results. AMORT produces an Excel compatible schedule that sums interest and principal to the penny (an industry first and only)
• Tap to access the FAQ page on the support site
• Tap to change date entry format or payment mode
• Click sound volume is adjustable without changing screens
• Backspace and UNDO
• Depreciation, linear regression, 2 variable statistics, date calculations, NPV and IRR
• 10 direct arithmetic registers, 20 total (always, they don’t get used for programming)
• lightening fast, never ever wait for “running”
The rock solid reliability of the HP-12C — transplanted from the 80s to the modern era
You can buy the app from itunes store for $24.99 here
Ever wondered what is inside your iPhone? Well if your a avg. joe like me , i dont belive that you are crazy enough to dissasemble your precious iPhone. Of course opening your iPhone will void your warranty. You are advised not to try it out at home.
This program used iPhone location service for adding location info in the email message, you have to allow iPhone location service using this application.
Added New zooming feature.
Are you still using individual applications for writing email, making a note to self and finding location? Then this integrated application is for you.
Wide WisE-mail is an functional and efficient interface designed for typing faster on a big keypad for writing email and making notes to yourself, enabling you to attach your current location or interest location that closed you.
This application will allow you to write messages using a landscape big keyboard then send messages through the mobile mail. You can also set recipient, cc email address and subject to get the simplest way to email yourself with your location info.
You can find your location and attach the location info into the message. If the location is incorrect, it will allow you to tap the pin to adjust the location on the map or just shake your phone to update map.
Accuracy of the location is depending on certain factors, strength of GPS signal, you are inside or outside and you use 3G iPhone or 2G iPhone or iPod Touch. This application’s location service works best on the iPhone 3G, which has a built-in GPS chipset.
If you are using 3G iPhone outside and you will get the best accuracy in about 5-10 seconds. However if you think, your location is incorrect, you can move the pin to adjust the location or shake your phone then the map will be updated.
SaladFork (Crackulous developer) is having a bit of a strop over the recent leak…. So this is the story :
Short version: Crackulous was leaked, and I’ve lost motivation to work on it. Therefore, it’s canceled. It’s not too late, but the leaker and the sites posting the leaks are the only one who can remedy this situation.
For the past few weeks, I have been working on an application named Crackulous. If you haven’t heard about it, you can read about what it is in the official thread.
For those who haven’t heard, the newest beta of Crackulous has been leaked. We know how it was leaked, and we know the method used. As for who it is, that’s not important right now. I would however, like to discuss my feelings on this matter.
I personally think this leak is absolutely disgusting, and downright insulting. Let me put this into perspective for those of you out there who might not understand.
There are a few people in this community who are considered “developers”. People such as myself, Kyek, puy0, and uncon, who devote our time and energy into creating tools and applications for this community and expect nothing in return. None of us are paid for our times, although we’re all skilled enough to work at a job that pays for our time. We do what we do because we enjoy it, and we want to better the community. Continue reading “CRACKULOUS CANCELLED !!!”
3…2…1….GO!!!!!!!! I just found this game and i really like it. One of the best games on iPhone ( i dont like monkey ball and that type of games so…. 😛 ). Two specific features stand out in this game : the option to calibrate the accelerometer before race which is cool because tracks get to a point where pain is a pleasure ; the second thing is the soundtrack.
Accelerate, brake and steer your vehicle intuitively by tilting and rotating. Experience the most spectacular high speed race on your iPhone / iPod touch accompanied by an drum’n’bass soundtrack.