How to Get CineXPlayer for iPad on Your iPhone and iPod touch Right Now! , to Play Xvid AVI Videos

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Aug 162010
 

Cant wait for the official version? and want to get CineXPlayer for iPad on your iPhone and iPod touch right now? For those of you who don’t know, CineXPlayer is an iPad only app which allows you to load Xvid AVI files via iTunes so that you can easily play the format which Apple doesn’t allow. Since the developer hasn’t come up with an iPhone version of the app, a hacker decided to do it all by himself. You can check out the video after the break.

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Pleco 2.2 Chinese Dictionary uses iPhone camera to translate text in real time (video)

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Aug 162010
 

Can’t say we’ve heard of the Pleco Chinese Dictionary app prior to today even though it’s been around for two full version releases. Of course, we’ve seen plenty of Google Goggle-like smartphone apps that can snap pictures and then convert the image to text using optical character recognition (OCR) — something that can be incredibly useful when important stacks of business cards.

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Apple hires NFC expert to manage mobile commerce, prepare to pay with your iPhone

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Aug 162010
 

Don’t look now, but things may be getting real on the pay-with-your-cell-phone front, as Cupertino’s hired a man with years of experience in enabling just that to finally get ‘er done. According to his LinkedIn profile, Benjamin Vigier is Apple’s new Product Manager of Mobile Commerce, immediately following his handiwork on PayPal Mobile, Sprint MyMoneyManager and the iPhone-based Starbucks Card. Before that, he spent two years heading SanDisk’s mobile commerce and near-field communication efforts and over a year doing NFC for Bouygues Telecom, so it’s not much of a stretch to imagine the futuristic concert tickets depicted in Apple’s recent patent applications might become reality before long. Either that, or he’ll wind up on a completely unrelated project, only to leave under mysterious circumstances later on.

[via engadget]

Apple Removes Camera+ iPhone App From The App Store After Developer Reveals Hack To Enable Hidden Feature

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Aug 142010
 

Camera+, a popular iPhone app developed by tap tap tap has been removed from the App Store.

Apple seems to have removed the iPhone app after the developer revealed a hack to enable a hidden feature, which allowed iPhone users to use the volume buttons as a camera shutter button that is against Apple’s iPhone Developer Program License Agreement. Couple of days back, tap tap tap had revealed that they had sold over 400,000 iPhone apps and had generated more than $500,000 in the first two months since it was released.

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Lockinfo 2.3.4.14 Free [Cracked]

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Aug 132010
 

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Customize your lockscreen to get the information you need, when you need it. LockInfo gives you access to all of your important information right on your lockscreen. LockInfo supports plugins to expand the available information for your lockscreen. Continue reading »

Aug 122010
 

Looks like TWC is the latest victim of tablet fever. Not wanting to get left behind as Comcast flaunts its iPad app for remote scheduling, Time Warner Cable is showing off its own, slated to hit the iPad and the iPhone at some point in the future. (It’s called “prototyping work” at this point.) The app would allow a subscriber to view current TV listings and change their DVR’s recording schedule from afar, plus use intuitive searches to find new content. That’s promising, because whenever we search through TWC’s current Scientific Atlanta DVR interface we wind up spiking our remote control in frustration, and that’s getting expensive. Even more promising is the plan to pump TV Everywhere to iOS and, down the road, to provide an API for other devs to write their own apps against. Care to watch a bunch of TWC executives lounging in a corner office while discussing the app? Check the video after the break. It’s part one of a series and, if you stay awake through all four, you win a prize!

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Aug 112010
 

Remember the Gyroscope feature demo which Steve Jobs demonstrated on iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010? While I have tried different gyroscope based apps from the App Store, but what I was always looking for was this app which was shown off by Steve. Well guess what? there is now a app available in the App Store by the name of “Gyroblox 4” which looks and works a hell a lot like the demo app shown at WWDC 10.

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Times For iPad: The Most Elegant and the Most Beautiful Looking News App has Just Arrived on the iPad

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Aug 112010
 

The most unique and the most beautiful app of OS X has just arrived on the iPad. The highlight feature of Times for iPad app is the user experience, which is familiar to the traditional newspapers you read. The app is fully customizable, you can customize the layouts according to your needs from different RSS sources around the web for main, featured, and sidebar section of your personalized paper. With built-in social network integration, you can share your favorite stories with your friends and family on Twitter and Facebook within seconds!

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European Commission Joins FTC To Investigate Apple’s Decision To Ban Flash-To-iPhone Compiler

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Aug 102010
 

Back in April, Apple had modified its iPhone Developer Program License agreement with iOS 4.0 to ban applications built with cross-compiler programs.

Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs had posted an open letter elaborating on the reasons why Apple has chosen not to allow Adobe Flash on their platform. Continue reading »

Password Protect Your iPhone Apps from Unwanted Access with Locktopus [Jailbreak]

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Aug 102010
 

There are tons of useful and cool apps out there on the Cydia Store. A recent addition to them is Locktopus, a neat little app which allows you to password protect your apps on your iPhone or iPod touch, preventing unwanted access to your private information. Continue reading »