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Review: Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock for iPhone

The number of novel uses for the iPhone that people come up with never fails to amaze me, and when I read about the Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock from LexWare Labs I knew I had to try it. The basic concept behind the Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock is this:  as we sleep we go through […]

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Hands On: Fluent News Reader for iPhone

There are several options for getting the news on your iPhone, from various RSS readers such as Google Reader to news apps put out by major publications themselves (i.e. New York Times).  These range in complexity from basic, easy to use apps to the less user friendly types which overload you with too much information.  […]

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DocScanner Lets You Scan Doc on iPhone with OCR Support

Last time, we covered the Pocket Scanner for iPhone. It’s a great app that lets you scan document and creates PDF document. However, some said it misses the OCR feature. Then you should check out the DocScanner app. DocScanner for the iPhone allows you to scan documents and create new PDFs that you can save […]

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Rally Up: Location-Based Social Networking on the iPad

Location-Based Social Networking has well and truly arrived on the iPad, courtesy the Rally Up iPad app. The app is available for free from the iTunes Store and offers the same functionality as Rally Up’s iPhone app. Privacy has been a major concern for other popular location based services including Foursquare, Gowalla and others. However, […]

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Opera Mini for iPhone: First Impression

It’s a surprises to many that, Apple approved Opera Mini for iPhone on Tuesday and is now available on App Store for free download. I am excited when Opera first announced the Opera Mini in mid-Feb. The major selling point is it’s very fast and much faster, faster than Safari. As I mentioned in the […]

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Hands-On with iTrade: Stock Trading Simulator for iPhone

Do you want to enhance your knowledge of stock trading without using your own money? Take a look at iTrade for iPhone that lets you learn more about stock market using paper money. iTrade is a virtual stock market trading simulator, based on NerdTrade.com that gives you $100,000 in virtual funds to start trading with. […]

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Scan Document with iPhone using Pocket Scanner

Pocket Scanner for the iPhone is great little application that lets you scan any documents and turns them into a PDF file. You can simply take a photo of anything or combine a number of pics into PDF, that you can edit, save and share with others. The app costs US$0.99 but the functionality it […]

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Hands-On with Digg for iPhone

On Wednesday, Digg, the popular social news website for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the web, finally announced the arrival of its official iPhone app. There are several third-party applications on App Store that are capable to integrate with Digg. However, none of them can compare with the new official application. […]

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Yahoo Introduces Sketch-a-Search for iPhone

On Tuesday, Yahoo unveiled an innovative mobile app named Sketch-a-Search for both iPhone and iPod touch. The app introduces a new way to search on a map and makes the search experience even better. Yahoo! Sketch-a-Search is a free application available on App Store [iTunes link]. The app offers an interesting feature that lets you […]

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Turn Your iPhone Into Touch Mouse

The Logitech Touch Mouse iPhone application turns your iPhone into a fully functionally wireless Mouse and Keyboard that can control any computer that is sync’d via Wi-Fi with the app. This app will be a bit hit among those that have a computer connected to a TV, as you can now sit on the couch […]

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Bing for iPhone Updated With Bookmark, Search History and Copy & Paste

Last Friday, Microsoft released a new version of Bing application for iPhone. The new app is packed with lots of new features and bug fixes. Since the first release of Bing app on iPhone in mid-December, as claimed by Microsoft, there have been over a million downloads of the Bing app for iPhone so far. […]

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oMoby Brings Visual Search to iPhone

Do you still remember Google Goggles that we have covered earlier? Google Goggles, that lets you search via a photo, is still a lab product and not available on iPhone yet. While we are waiting for Google Goggles, oMoby lets you do similar kind of visual search on iPhone. This free app allows you to […]

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Send Free Text Message on iPhone with textPlus

textPlus is a free SMS texting application for the iPhone that allows you to text via Wi-Fi, 3G or Edge. With the textPlus app, you can essentially save yourself the $5, or whatever, you are charged by your cellular provider for messaging. Moreover, if you only have an iPod touch, this app gives you a […]

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PayPal’s New iPhone App Uses Bump To Transfer Money

Over 1 million iPhone users have downloaded the first version of PayPal app onto their iPhones and use it to send money. I’m one of them but to be honest, I seldom use the PayPal app, considered that it only provides limited features such as send money and view transaction history. On Tuesday, PayPal announced […]

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