I just received a message from an unsaved number on my iPhone while the screen was locked. It was from a friend, informing me that I should replace his older number with the one the […]
Lala, an online music library, streaming, and shopping service, offers keyboard shortcuts. It’s a beta feature you have to enable, but you have your choice between two different shortcut sets, and some even work in […]
Tweetie 2 lets you view tweets one at a time. In addition to a couple more features in this view (including a trash option for your own tweets), you can actually navigate tweets this way. […]
Newsstand, a Google Reader client, features some unique Twitter sharing tools. Instead of automatically inserting the headline, story URL, or anything for that matter, you get a blank Twitter post and buttons to insert only […]
Looks like Nike is using Get Satisfaction on the Nike+ site. I haven’t seen another company nearly this large using a web service like this. Previous “Get Satisfaction. Or Else…” altercations aside, this must be a pretty […]
Cute Profiles doesn’t add a traditional widget to your WordPress sidebar or a simple list of your profiles to a page or post. Instead, it adds a buttonized list of your profile icons to the […]
Calendar displays an “Ends” badge in the day’s event list to mark the final day of a multi-day event.
Watching video in the iPod app offers some great features, some which appeared with OS 3.0, but only if you’re watching in the vertical orientation. You can use the new 30-second skip-back button, and sicne […]
Tweetie 2 can save multiple drafts, and it offers a “Send All” button for the ultimate blow-out-your-followers-with-a-tweet-blast experience.
It seems with a combo of iTunes 9.0 and iPhone OS 3.1, the “Now Playing” information is retained across iTunes sync sessions.