The new iPhone app for St Helen's Bishopsgate is now out! If you want a version for your church, have a look at this document which contains details of what I need from you in order to make it. Do get in touch!
TheJesusComic has been added to the App Store! This was an idea originally thought up by Jason Ramasami which I have been helping turn into an iPhone app. More info here.
If you have an iPhone and download it, let us know via Twitter what you think!
With iPhone OS 3 you can tether your phone to a laptop and access the internet via 3G! This is all legal and above board. For O2 Pay and Go users based in UK, you just need a file called o2_uk.ipcc. Download it, then email it to yourself and open the attachment with your iPhone. Restart and go to settings, general, network, and enable internet tethering. When you connect to your laptop via usb ...
It's finally here! iPhone Skype is now available to download. It worked well earlier, although a couple of times there was no sound... There's no video conferencing yet and some other features are missing, but nevertheless it's good to have.
iScrollr is an iPhone / iTouch application that lets you display a scrolling message. The text is large, can be displayed in a variety of colours and backgrounds. There are nine messages that can be preset and the ticker speed can also be adjusted.
Here's my list of essential iPhone apps.
Here's the utility many mac users have been wanting for a while - something that'll sync iCal with Google Calendar. With that working you can automatically have the new iCal appointments synchronised with your iPhone. How cool is that?!
Calling all Apple iPhone / iTouch owners! If you're interested in getting future Nimisis iPhone apps for free , join our team of beta testing ninjas. All you have to do is send us your Device ID, email address and we'll do the rest.
If you have an app you'd like to share with us, use the ID 6715674f06574fac55b08daec39b9c43c3e1980a and email to "iphonedev" at the domain here. Thanks!
For those wanting a better idea of what it'd be like to own one of HTC's new Google Android G1 phones, here's an emulator.
How does it compare to the Apple iPhone?
Further to a previous post, it looks like Android does still have downsides. Unlike the iPhone there is no PAYG yet, and the headphone jack is non-standard. It also looks like they're going to do the usual thing of ripping off UK customers by charging them a contract rate of £40 per month .
No answers yet on whether they can differentiate themselves by allowing users access to the internet from ...
Details of Google's answer to Apple's iPhone, the G1, are emerging. Sounds like its camera will be 3MP and will also include a compass. Nothing to rave about yet but the price sounds like it could be reasonable too at around $200. No decision's been made yet but I'm glad I resisted and didn't buy the iPhone the other day! Android market will also surely be more open than the App Store... The ma...
Amazon sent me an email today saying that they had iPhones for sale already. Wasn't going to launch my in stock checker until the release date but I had a look and, indeed, Prizeflex Ltd claim to be selling them! Bit too expensive for me though...
The official release date is in early November and the price for the 8GB model is £269. So if you want an iPhone but are willing to wait a little whi...