Found this video posted over at MobileCrunch, which suggests a concept of managing apps within iTunes itself. As many of us know, arranging your app’s icons within the device, regardless if its the iPhone or iPod touch can be done by simply tapping and holding any application’s icon until it whobbles then dragging it whereever you like it.
Let’s see if Apple takes note of this. And please, trim the fat from iTunes already. It’s getting slower and slower with each release!
Credits of the video goes to YouTube user, svdomer09. That’s some good video editing skills you have there!
Quick update, people! For those of you who have already purchased this title, then hold your breath – the promised version 1.1 update is definitely coming this March. MoreGames, the developer of this great title has just uploaded a sneak preview video of this much awaited update. Coming in this new update: 2 new levels, weapons and game modes, an online score board as well as some minor tweaks and fixes. As for the tweaks and fixes department, I look forward to seeing the perks bug fixed, i.e. multiple same perk being offered.
Now, without further ado, drool on with the sneak peak video embedded below.
iDracula – Undead Awakening is still selling at a discounted price of $0.99. Get it before the price goes up to $2.99 when the update arrives!
I have been having this problem off-late where my iPod touch with firmware 2.2.1 would constantly forget about my home’s Wi-Fi settings, showing a ‘Not Connected’ instead. The only way to get connected is to manually key in the SSID, followed by the password.
I am not very sure how this issue came about, but it all started once I began connecting to my office’s wireless connection, which are usually designated for guests. My iPod touch also managed to connect to a few neighbour’s open connections while I was out for a jog. So, I am guessing that this occurs once your device has connected to too many access points, and it begins to lose memory of which is the default.
Monopoly, the classic Parker Brother’s property trading game makes an appearance on the iPhone as Monopoly Here & Now: The World Edition. As the title suggests, this version has been updated with elements from today’s modern world and uses a different board from the one that we have all grew accustomed to.
For those not familiar with the game – playing Monopoly is simple. Start at the Go block and continue thru the board buying, selling and trading properties. Pay a certain amount of rental fee when you land on a block which is owned by another player. Luck comes in the form of Chance and Community Chest blocks. Win the game when all the other players resign. If you want, turn on the tutorial option and have Mr. Monopoly guide you through each feature as the game progresses.
I was given the priviledge to review Proporta‘s latest offerings for the iPod touch 2G. The always helpful guys (and gals) over at Proporta shipped two iPod touch casings which arrived at my doorstep a week and a half later.
First up is the Aluminium Lined Leather Case. Made of high quality leather (looks and smells very nice too!) and hand-crafted to the exact cut-out of the iPod touch 2G, this casing fits and protects your device from the dangers of crushing and impact shocks. Featuring Proporta’s trademarked ‘Screen Saver System’, the flip cover comes with a sheet of rigid and lightweight aircraft grade aliminium that helps protect the iPod touch’s screen.