With many media outlets now releasing digital magazine equivalents on the iPhone and iPad, one example on how NOT to do it is the New Yorker app — with the most negative reviews I've ever seen (in the US App Store), it must be a real stinker. But why? Dave Caolo answers that question over on his blog
Engadget have*a comparison of the Nokia N8 and the iPhone 4
— or more specifically, their cameras. It seems as though the Nokia tends to better represent reality, whereas the iPhone 4*oversaturates*images a little.
Frequent flyers may appreciate the thought that has gone into Flightboard, a new universal app that*shows you the arrivals and departures for any airport in the world
! With a gorgeous interface and iPad and iPhone*compatibility*in the one app, what's not to love?
Wow, it seems these*media companies are really against 99-cent iTunes rentals
, aren't they? It probably doesn't mean much for us Aussies, but I'm sure any media deals now will make a difference to us down the track — both in*availability*and pricing.
Mobile designers and*architects*rejoice! The AutoCAD mobile application for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad is finally here
, and it seems as though it's a very polished app for the functionality it has to offer.
Living in the future means locking your Mac when a particular Bluetooth device is not present. RedHand is a security-conscious app for OSX that does just that
Living in the future also means not having to change your desktop picture manually. I'm personally a huge fan of EarthDesk, which puts a real-time map of the world on your desktop for your viewing enjoyment
Last week I told you about the multitude of cloud-sharing apps for the iPhone, and it just so happens that Smoking Apples have a head-to-head review of Droplr and Cloud2go
Another day, another Mac OSX 10.6.5 seeded to developers
. With no known issues and a newer build number than the recent AirPrint enabled build, the smart money is on a release within the month.
The morning news wouldn't be complete without a*blatant*tolling against those pesky PC users, so here is conclusive proof that Apple users are more intelligent than their PC counterparts
. Have a brilliant day, Mac*aficionados.