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Apple released the latest 3.1 firmware version software for the iPhone on 9/9/09. The latest firmware version has many bug fixes for the iPhone that existed in the 3.0 version software. The newest 3.1 firmware version also has two major features that were touted by apple CEO Steve Jobs.
It’s purpose is to suggest applications to an iPhone user based on their past downloaded applications.
Genius will change the way users browse for applications and make it easier to connect users with applications that suit their needs.
Official Facebook application was launching last month, but it never appeared. But today, it quietly rolled out to the Android Market. Android users can finally download version 1.0 of Facebook for Android.
App is pretty nice. Facebook Android app does a good job at what Android does well. It alerts you to new comments on the Android notification drop-down window. It also allows you to click on a link from a browser and send it to your Facebook page. Pictures are also easily uploaded.
The widget is big, but it allows you to see the most recent status updates and place a call without loading the heftier version. It’s light on features—but the team promises more in future generations.
The app looks real, but the dev info looks a little weird. This is truly shaping up to be a big week for Android. First, the Facebook app launches, which is important because it has been one of the most popular downloads on other devices, such as the BlackBerry.
Have a look at these screenshots..
The login screen, it looks quite cool.
What I like about app’s interface is the share button, its quite nice. Secondly its quite good, while just talking about interface.
The Android app is a little buggy and closed on me a few times without any known reason. In addition, some selections on the wall–like tapping on new photos–take you out of the app and into your browser, which is annoying.
A few days back we reported Apple‘s decision to block Google Voice app. This news caused quite a stir in the media worldwide. This step is now concerning not only iPhone users and developers but also the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
James Schlichting of the FCC asked the following questions:
Did Apple act alone, or in consultation with AT&T, in deciding to reject the Google Voice application and related applications? If the latter, please describe the communications between Apple and AT&T in connection with the decision to reject Google Voice.
Analysing the questions, the answer to these questions seems to be extremely bad for either Apple or both of the companies. Media is waiting eagerly for the ground realities about Apple’s denial of the Google Voice app for the iPhone.
Today, Google has announced a Google Voice mobile app for Blackberry and Android. Previously, to place a call using Google Voice, you had to dial your own Google Voice number from your cell phone or use the Quick Call button online.
About three months ago, we reported about the launch of Google Voice, and Muhammad Ali wrote in his blog post:
Google, the search engine giants have launched Google Voice. Google Voice is an application that is targeted to provide more efficient management of voice communication. Initially, Google Voice will be available to existing users of GrandCentral. GrandCentral is a service that was acquired by Google in July 2007.
With this mobile app you can:
Send SMS messages with your Google Voice number directly from your mobile phone.
The app is integrated with each cell phone’s contacts, so you can call via Google Voice straight from your address book.
From this mobile app, you can:
Access your voicemail: read message transcripts, follow along with “karaoke-style” playback of messages, read SMS messages sent to your Google Voice number (even if your phone doesn’t receive SMS messages) and access your call history.
Place calls that display your Google Voice number from your address book, the app dialer (Blackberry) or the native dialer (Android).
Send SMS messages that display your Google Voice number.
Place international calls at low rates.
You can easily download the app from the Google Voice mobile site at: m.google.com/voice. For those who don’t have a Blackberry or an Android device, there is a mobile web version of the Google Voice site that allows you to access Google Voice features.
Facebook for iPhone 3.0 is coming soon. Exact date is still not known.
See what is new in this update..
1. The “new” News Feed
3. Events (including the ability to RSVP)
6. Create new photo albums
7. Upload photos to any album
8. Zoom into photos
9. Easier photo tagging
10. Profile Pictures albums
11. A new home screen for easy access to all your stuff, search, and notifications
12. Add your favorite profiles and pages to the home screen
13. Better Notifications (they link to the comments so you can reply)
14. Quickly call or text people right from the Friends page
15. Messages you are typing will be restored if you quit or are interrupted by a phone call
The new home screen will definitely make for a friendlier user experience, especially with the addition of Events, Notes, Pages, and photo albums. The addition of the Pages feature means that brands with Facebook Pages will have increased visibility when users are on the go.
Hewitt said he didn’t know when the app will be submitted to Apple, it is about “98% done.” However, Push Notifications, which are in high demand, will be included in Version 3.1 later this summer, Hewitt says.
iPhone 3.0 is officially launched and new app is ready. The two main reasons to be excited about Evernote for iPhone 3.0: and the even greater stuff that will be added in the near future.
Let’s check out what’s new? I have discussed those features which I felt necessary, you can checked out more features here.
The data synchronization part of the application is rewritten to take advantage of the new iPhone 3.0 capabilities, this will cause your info about all your notes to be synced locally on the device. You can scroll through thousands of notes without interruption and without ever seeing the dreaded “load 25 more” message.
New data handling functionality means that there’s no longer any need for a “Pending” tab — pending notes are now displayed in the normal note list and you can edit them at any time, even before they’ve been synced!
Where in the world?
You can push the “pin” button at any time to see all of your notes displayed on a map. The numbers indicate how many notes you have in a particular area, and zooming in will break up the groups until you can see each individual note as a pin.
The note views lets you group your notes by date, title, notebook, city or country. You can also instantly jump to a different group by taping the index bar on the right of the note list or scroll your finger over the index bar to fly through your notes at breakneck speed.
You can search through your notes and we’ve made that better as well. Advanced search options are now easier to use and many types of searches can be performed without ever having to touch the server, so they’re really fast.
Cinema-quality Landscape View
Mercy for your fingers
The steps and small buttons re eliminated when making snapshot and camera roll notes. Now you can snap a picture and send it to Evernote with just a couple of clicks.
Plays nice with others
Evernote for iPhone 3.0 now supports in-app integrations with iPhone apps from other developers. Several exciting Evernote-aware apps should be launching really really soon.
General improvements and bug fixes
This is our third major version of Evernote for the iPhone, so there’s a lot of improvements under the hood.
iGoogle is so convenient on mobile devices. When you’re waiting in line, you can check iGoogle on your phone for a quick "info snack". Many of the users told us that you wanted to use more of your iGoogle gadgets on your phone.
Google employee in January said:
We’ve found that people hit iGoogle from lots of different phones — we want to ensure you’ll all see the same version,
Previous version of mobile iGoogle doesn’t have tabs and it’s optimized for WAP phones, not for today’s smartphones.
But now Google rolled out an improved beta version of iGoogle for the iPhone and Android-powered devices. This new version is faster and easier to use. It supports tabs as well as more of your favorite gadgets, including those built by third-party developers. Note that not all gadgets — like those with Flash — will work in mobile browsers.
One of new features is the in-line display of articles for feed-based gadgets. Now you will be able to read article summaries without leaving the page. You can also reorder gadget or keep your favorite gadgets open for your next visit.
The new version of iGoogle for mobile is available in 38 languages. You can also try the new iGoogle, just go to igoogle.com in your mobile browser and tap "Try the new Mobile iGoogle".
You can also bookmark the page or make it your home page so you can return to it quickly.
According to different sources it has been revealed that an official WordPress BlackBerry application has been confirmed by WordPress founder, Matt Mullenweg.
Now then BlackBerry users can keep track of their blogs and make posts in so little time. It is thought that it will be similar to the WordPress iPhone application and although there has been no announcement of an official launch date, Mullenweg has said that it will be there soon.
The iPhone WordPress application has apparently received [a] considerable amount of popularity, thus the chances of success on the BlackBerry increases.
Businesses which have adopted blogging as a form of communication with potential customers and as a way to expand their brand will definitely benefit from the BlackBerry WordPress application.
Dianna Dilworth, of DM News, recently said:
Professionals in marketing need to view mobile and email marketing as one entity
Consumers are increasingly using their mobile screens to access information – which could include a company WordPress blog – and so marketing campaigns should be formatted to be read on such a device.
Hopefully, the application will be nothing like the iPhone app which is virtually useless. The iPhone version has no picture placement settings, html code manipulation, or video embedding.
Yahoo! has introduced a new voice search feature in an update to their iPhone app. To access voice search, open the app and click on the Y! icon (with the word “More” underneath) in the right lower corner of the screen.
Then click in the Yahoo! oneSearch box. The keyboard will pop up and a large, spacebar-like box with the words “Press + Speak” will be available. You can say your word or phrase, and then tap again. The app will “interpret” and then it will provide with the results. The initial results will pull up local options (which are hit or miss) but keep scrolling for typical organic results. Keep scrolling even further for universal options like news, photos, and answers.
Yahoo! app nearly every day to read the news. That, along with the Yahoo! Inquisitor app are two of the most useful apps I’ve seen in the productivity, news, and reference categories. I’m very impressed with what Yahoo! is doing in this space.
Amazon has made a few ammendments and has updated the Kindle app for iPhone taking the version to 1.1 . The Kindle app is available to users free of cost. As we gather, version 1.1 includes many features. Among these features, there are three features which are said to be the ones which many were wishing to have. Well Amazon has taken a step in that direction. The latest update now provides the user with the ability to zoom in on images in Kindle books via pinching.
Previously, with the Kindle’s initial version, you were limited to viewing and reading the book only in portrait mode. Well this limitation is no longer there, and you can view the book in landscape mode with auto-rotation. What this feature signals is that now you can view the book in a widescreen view. Also there is a small lock icon at the bottom right of the screen that once activated locks the screen in either portrait or landscape mode. This locks becomes useful in times when you do not desire the book to re-orient itself automatically.
Also the text color options gets a couple of choices added to its collection. The two color options include
- White text on a black background
- Sepia text with an off-white background
Another feature is that now you can tap on either side of the screen in order to turn pages. Previously you had to drag your finger across the screen in order to navigate to another page which would give an impression of using a physical book which in my view conflicts with the main theme of Kindle.