Saturday, 28 November 2009

Hulu on iPhone?

Hell yeah!

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SnapTap - dedicated camera shutter button for iPhone

One of the big handicaps of the iPhone is the lack of a proper dedicated shutter button for the camera app. Having to press the screen to take photos is far from convenient.

Well, if you have your iPhone jailbroken, now there's also an app for that: SnapTap transforms the volume buttons into shutter buttons once inside the camera app! Very cool and totally worth the price. Get it on Cydia Store.

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Ping! 1.2 released

My favourite iPhone-to-iPhone SMS replacement just got an update. See the changes above - I specially like the fact now it's possible to send photos, just like MMS. Still misses multiple recipients support though.

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Monday, 16 November 2009

Surprise: CoD: World At War: Zombies out for iPhone!

Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies appeared out of nowhere on the iphone appstore. It has online multiplayer for up to 4 players, with DLC promised for the upcoming months.

Get it here.

Note: people that already played it say the dual stick control option is by far the best one.

Thursday, 12 November 2009

Control the iPhone with a wiimote? Hell yeah!

Once upon a time, i managed to use a Nintendo wiimote to control games on my beloved Sony Ericsson P1 smartphone (Symbian UIQ3). But that´s a device that has full bluetooth access, unlike the iPhone, still very limited, even after OS 3.0.

What you see above is the first demo of a project that allows bluetooth controllers, like the wiimote, to control the iPhone. Jailbreak only right now. Mind you, this also opens the way for bluetooth keyboards support.

Via tuaw.

Use mQuickdo to acess GriP message log!

What would be better than using SBSettings to access GriP´s message log? Yep, to use one of the available mQuickdo gestures, android notification pane style.

That is precisely what Trinitus now acomplished. Granted, right now it needs some manual work, but Trinitus promised an easier installation method, soon.

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Speed Forge Extreme: iPhone´s first real Wipeout killer

Still doubt the iPhone 3GS/iPod Touch 3G can rival anything seen on the PSP? Then look at this video from upcoming Open GL ES 2.0 based game, Speed Forge Extreme

Sunday, 8 November 2009

Great update to GriP SBSettings toggle

Trinitus just published an update (deb file) to the GriP message log access toggle. It now has a special icon, and when you long press it you can delete log history! Check it here.

-- Post From My iPhone

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Sony Ericsson is back

ARebirth indeed. Let´s just hope they don´t bring back bad old memories and blow this up by launching this late and without fine tunning the software.

Has many of you know, before getting into the iPhone scene, i was a huge SE fanboy, untill they destroyed UIQ and showed a complete lack of respect for their smartphone users by not providing justified support in terms of firmware updates. My great hope regarding the new SE Android phones, is that: 1 - the new management learn the lesson 2 - even if they act retarded, users can just root the phone and flash a Droid ROM, or any of the others.

iPhoneFolders - File System Explorer

Imagine being able to explore the entire iPhone file system using plain simple windows, and your normal usb cable. No need for WinSCP, iFunbox, etc. This is what iPhoneFolders does.

Monday, 2 November 2009

GriP SBSettings toggle - new version

People are having some problems accessing the source i mentioned in my last post, to get GriP message log SBSettings toggle.

Here´s a deb file that you can install by executing "dpkg -i filename.deb" on terminal. This is a new improved version created by Trinitus - it does not need the video toggle hack.

Edit: this will available via ispazio repo soon! (tks fabiano)

Easy install for GriP log SBSettings toggle

Want to access the awesome GriP SBSettings toggle, but think doing it manually is too hard?

Well, curtisth is hosting it in his repo, that can be accessed by adding to Cydia.