Don’t get me wrong, they added some new features to iOS 5, but all together, it wasn’t much of a show. I expected a bigger screen (not the same old 3.5 inch one), some NFC goodness, and at least a different chassis, tinner like say the Galaxy SII. In a few months and even weeks, the specs on this phone will be outpaced by other smartphones. Read more specs after the break… Continue reading
To easily create a favicon.ico to be used on a website, you can use the following website. Here you can either enter the URL of the image or upload the png logo you want to use; then a download link is created where you can download the ico:
Some tips for you favicon image. Continue reading
The first thing I wanted to do when I got back an iPhone (again Hussaahhh :)… was to synchronise my contacts, calendars and emails. Everyday I use gmail as my main email, and store all my contacts and calendar events in my gmail account. So it was a no brainer to try to sync with google.
How it is done? Continue reading
- App Name: Edge
- AppStore Cost: $5.99
- Download IPA from here
This game won the “Best Mobile Game Milthon Award” (Video Games Festival), and i surely understand why, it’s a simple game but very addictive. This game has 26 levels and 13 original tracks, and all you have to do is TRAIN your KINESIS by pushing a cube into 26 levels. Platforms, enigmas and reactions will develop your gamer skills. Continue reading
Do you want to get the best paid apps in the iTunes AppStore.. and for free.. well that’s what I did in this post. Next please find the Top 10 Apps list according to iTunes AppStore for 15th January 2009 which you can download:
- iShoot – download
- Mood Touch – download
- Crazy Tanks – download
- iFart Mobile – download
- Monopoly Here & Now – download
- Tetris – download
- Free Memory – download
- Brothers In Arms – download
- iHunt – download
- Sim City – download
(The bold ones are my favourite). Below please find a description of the Top 10 Apps: Continue reading
This morning I had to jailbreak an iPod Touch on Windows Vista which was still with version 1.1.4, and let me tell you… it wasn’t as easy as to jailbreak an iPhone. Not because of the QuickPWN, but because it’s more difficult to find and download the firmware for the iPod Touch than for the iPhone! In fact it took about two hours to finish the process… anyway, let’s start jailbreaking your iPod Touch:
First connect your iPod Touch with your PC
What needs to be downloaded for the upgrade?
Create a folder QuickPWN on your desktop and download the following items in this folder. So that you don’t have to search for your files when needed.
- iTunes v8.xxx – (if you don’t have installed, download from here)
- QuickPWN Tool 2.2 – here
- 2.2 Restore IPSW File
- Bootloader v3.9 – here
- Bootloader v4.6 – here
Install iTunes (if not installed) and the QuickPWN tool.
What should I do Next?
There are many guides to help you upgrade your iPhone 2G and 3G phones. So instead of creating another guide, i’m only showing you the steps you need. Continue reading
Finally, a solution on how to sync your iPhone Calendar with your Google Calendar exists.
Click here for the solution that works fine to start synching!
Apparently, as some have noted in the comments, the goosync isn’t working as Apple doesn’t let third party applications change and manage it’s calendar on the iPhone. I will be contacting GooSync support to see if there is a work around. Sorry to all those that tried the steps and not having it working. If anyone managed to make this work, please let me know in the comments. Thanks.
So we’ve covered how you can sync your iPhone with Windows Live Contacts on Windows Vista. Now’s the time for Google… for those people who for a reason or another prefer Google products’ over Microsoft’s.
This post will not only show you the how to sync iPhone Contacts with Google Contacts, but also how to sync iPhone Calendar with Google Calendar. This is now possible to an online service called GooSync. Toffa International, the developers of GooSync, has recently added iPhone support to its online service.
This means that when you change, create or delete a contact, or an appointment, GooSync takes care to always sync the iPhone with Google’s online services which is done automatically.
As for Requirements, you need to either have an iPhone 3G or iPhone with 2.0 Software or greater.
Now the How To?… after the break… it’s a bit long 🙂 Continue reading