iPhone Voip Client

September 3, 2008

So I’m going to break my own rules and post a story about a non homebrew/jailbreak app, but I have to. iCall is what a lot of people have been waiting for. Many of us expected Skype to offer an application on the first day of the AppStore, but we are all still waiting! Oh well, the clever kids over at iCall are in beta testing for their app. Its not available to all of us yet, I will try and get my hands on a beta version but dont hold your breath. Here are a couple of things mentioned in their FAQ


Q: Is iCall really free?
A: Yes! There is no cost or hidden charge to use iCall to make or receive phone calls.

Q: Which phone calls are free?
A: All phone calls that you make to the USA and Canada are completely free, all calls that you receive are completely free regardless of where the caller is located. As well, all calls between iCall users are free.


So there you have it, pop over to the site here


Catagories for iPhone 2.0

September 3, 2008

After much beta testing the much loved Catagories is coming to iPhone 2.0 firmware. Over at sleepers.net the message came through that Catagories will be appearing on their Cydia repo soon. As with all new software that changes the iPhone’s system, backup backup backup.

Wiki2Touch on 2.0

September 2, 2008

Tom Haukap’s Wiki2Touch application brought the joy of wikipedia offline to many of us. A 2.0 version has been much anticipated, and he has finally confirmed that one is coming, he just needs to iron out a few bugs. Keep posted at his blog on http://haukap.net/

iPhone as a 3G/EDGE Modem and a WIFI-Antenna

August 29, 2008

The clever dev of iPhone PC Suite has announced that the new version of the suite will have full functionality for tethering of the iPhone. While this has been possible before, the applicatin looks to have a nice GUI and should hopefully be simple to setup.

iPhone Video Recorders

August 24, 2008


iPhone Video Recorder and Cycorder have been released within days of each other. Both add the much missed video recording feature that has never been included in the iphone native software. I am currently testing both apps out, but by the looks of it Cycorder is the clear winner. Why you ask? Well firstly because it’s free, and secondly IT ACTUALLY WORKS! I am working on sorting out whatever bug is stopping iPhone Video Recorder from working at the moment, and will get back to you with the results.