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Discussion in 'Apple' started by Michael_K_Sr, Jul 10, 2008.
Here's mine so far...
Super Monkey Ball
As soon as I get home:
Lifehacker has a piece on what they consider the best free apps.
Iphone 2.0: What's Good (and Free!) in the iTunes App Store
I joked in the other thread that I purchased or downloaded 50 apps, but I just looked and its 45 apps, I wasnt far off!
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Wow. You'll have to let us know which ones are the best after you try them out. I've got two downloaded at the moment. Yep, just two for the time being. I'm sure that number will go up. Still waiting for 2.0 though.
Make that 46, just got iPint for free =)
I did notice that a new Terms and Conditions was required, but that was when I tried downloading iPint, not sure if there is a connection or if 2.0 is really close
First of all, check your voicemail, will yuh?
Second of all, how much did you spend total?
Are most apps free?
What is the average cost of the apps.
So far I've spent less than $30, most of the ones I got are free.
will check my voicemail now, had the ringer off, went to the Pool today and got a nice sunburn )
Still waiting for the firmware to actually use any of em!
I'm looking through the app store now, isn't there a themer?
I'd love just to be able to change things around like on an unlocked phone.
It's a moving target, but about one quarter are free. There are also price distributions at that link.
I'd be curious to hear about PocketPedia and your impressions of it. I'm considering a move to the Pedia line and this intrigues me.
i dl'd 20 so far. all free, (i'm cheap) including the pedia one.
i'm guessing that i'll be ale to use that to add dvd's to my list on the iphone
without having to use my macbook?
well, i decided to go back in and get as many of the free ones as a could and there are at least 2 that arent available anymore.
one is a voice dialer and the other was a voice note keeper.
I'm being conservative and waiting for the official release of 2.0 through iTunes, but I've already identified the following I'm going to get:
1Password (when it becomes available later this month)
Advent (nostalgia, baby)
Super Monkey Ball (It's got monkeys. It's got balls. It's super!!)
I am very impressed with the selection of apps available on Day 1. Overnight the iPhone has become a killer mobile platform.
The Remote App
Will probably pick up the one from MLB.com
iTunes is having a hell of a time downloading these apps.
I get time-outs across the board. Everybody is hitting the
server at once.
I'm shocked to hear that =p
I've been dl'ing apps directly from the on-phone AppStore with no problems. Wonder if that's run from a different server farm?? The iTunes Store is so hosed with the activations (both new & upgrades) that it makes sense to stay away for awhile.
OK, Apple's free Remote may be THE killer app of the first wave - assuming you have your iTunes library shared on your home LAN along with one or more Airport Expresses/Apple TVs set up as remote speakers.
Download Remote, then try this:
* Attach Remote to your iTunes library
* Find some music and start it playing
* Walk around your house into the rooms where you have your remote speakers set up, turning them on as you enter, and off as you leave.
Your music follows you around the house with just a couple of taps on your iPhone!! Suh-weeeeeeet!!!
The performance on Remote is excellent. I have a HUGE iTunes library (over 33,500 items), and response was quite snappy navigating through the tunes over my WiFi G LAN. There is a few seconds delay activating each remote speaker - no biggie. Also, Remote contains full library search (still oddly missing from ATV), which allows you to find any song in your library in seconds.
This is SO cool I've pretty much decided then when I do upgrade to a new iPhone, I'll keep this one as a dedicated whole house music remote.
Does it only do music ? Or can you select TV Shows and Movies too?