iPhone OS 3.0 allows you to close the only open tab. This is useful for quickly clearing a bunch of open tabs in order to start fresh with a blank page.
Starting in iPhone OS 3.1 (I think), the battery charging indicator on the home screen has been moved down. It was most likely shifted so the iPod controls no longer obscure the battery icon when you […]
A blue dot for new mentions in Brizzly. Are you listening Twitter?
Fever, a unique self-hosted RSS reader from Shaun Inman, has an article sharing system based on URL schemes and offers simple preferences for changing them. In the screenshot above I’ve altered my Fever’s Twitter sharing […]
When it comes to valuation, making money is a real obstacle. Our profitability has been a real drag on our valuation. PRESS RELEASE: 37SIGNALS VALUATION TOPS $100 BILLION AFTER BOLD VC INVESTMENT, Jason Fried This announcement […]
Similar to how you double-tap with one finger to zoom in with the Google Maps app, using two fingers to single-tap will zoom back out.
Perhaps I use my iPhone to get directions far too often now, but I forgot this simple trick existed: In most of the maps services from the likes of Google, Yahoo, and Bing (though, unsurprisingly, […]
After a few uses, the New York Times app prompts you to rate it on the App Store, complete with a “remind me later” option.
If you’re using Tumblr’s submission feature to run a crowd-sourced blog, you can add optional tags that appear in the submission form for visitors. This is a great way encourage submitters to help organize their posts […]
Christopher White on Adding Tumblr Sharing to Fever: I saw Nicholas Penree’s post Adding Digg Sharing to Fever earlier and I hadn’t realized just how easy it was to add sharing options to Fever. He breaks down […]