Photos of Streatham, taken with the Cross Process iPhone app. See and download the full gallery on posterous Sent from my iPhone
I don’t know exactly when it happened but it’s just dawned on me. I’m sat here doing a bit of work using Google Docs, working/sharing files with Dropbox. I’ve started using the Cloud. I don’t use Docs for work yet, but for personal stuff it’s great. I all over it for Docs and Spreadsheets but… Continue reading Hey, I’m Using The Cloud
An alcohol brand launches an app aimed at providing a useful service rather than a pub diversion. Beck’s release Gig Finder, a mash-up between Google Maps and Last.fm which lets you search for gigs in the area. YouTube link. I like that fact they’ve just combined a couple APIs to create a shiny new service.… Continue reading Becks iPhone App – Helps You Find Gigs
2 fantastic promo videos for iPhone apps created by ustwo™. Food YouTube link. Death YouTube link. About the game: Produced in 48 hours .™ is born. The name of the game is survival. It’s simple. You are .™. Blue circles are food. Red triangles are death. .™ starves and shrinks without food. Red death makes… Continue reading have you seen the .™ (DOT)
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http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=5393865&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=1&show_portrait=1&color=c9ff23&fullscreen=1 Music Video Shot on iPhone from Kenny Mosher on Vimeo.
Ever wondered what the iPhone compass was for? YouTube link. Nearest Tube is one of the first augmented reality apps to go live in the iPhone AppStore. Only available to Apple iPhone 3GS users. Here’s another great app Android app developed by IBM for the Wimbledon 2009 Championships. YouTube link. Catchily called the IBM Seer… Continue reading Data Overlaid On The Real World
http://vimeo.com/moogaloop.swf?clip_id=4147129&server=vimeo.com&show_title=1&show_byline=0&show_portrait=0&color=ffffff&fullscreen=1 iPhone RFID: object-based media from timo on Vimeo. Last bit of nerd shenanigans for today… This is a prototype of an iPhone media player that uses RFID embedded in physical objects to control media playback. Another interesting idea to put in your back pocket and bust out later.
The big boys are coming to mobile, we all know that, and it seems people are happy using ‘branded’ apps as long as they’re kinda useful. Coke go for their take on Spin The Bottle. It’s OK. Not something you can imagine using that often. Maybe one for the “yoofs”. Nike offers a bit more.… Continue reading Nike and Coke release iPhone apps