Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’

Desk Phone Dock

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<p><a href=Desk Phone Dock – integrated docking solution for the iPhone that ‘erm’ turns it into a phone.

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Momento

Momento

Momento – Nice looking diary app for the iPhone with search, tagging and social web service integration.

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Hipstamatic

Hipstamatic

Hipstamatic – Vintage camera app for the iPhone. Now all Apple needs to do is put a decent camera in it!

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AppBooks

AppBooks

Perfect for wireframing iPhone apps. The AppBook, a 32-page sketchbook which has actual-size iPhone templates printed inside.

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Pedal Brain

Pedal Brain

I’ve been using a combination of Trails and Run Keeper to keep track of my cycling. Both have their plus points but neither use ANT+, the wireless technology that hooks up to heart rate monitors and cadence sensors for example. Pedal Brain, to be released early in 2010 looks like the perfect all-round solution. Available for iPod and iPhone, Pedal Brain is an ANT+ compatible training solution which stores performance data online. There’s no indication of monthly pricing yet but the Synapse mount which is used to hold your iPhone on your bike looks like it’s going to cost around £120, slightly more for the carbon version.

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Canabalt

Canabalt

Canabalt Only ever so slightly addictive!

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iPhone Cases

Uncommon

Uncommon – Custom iPhone cases featuring artwork from the likes of Mode 2, Juxtapoz, Phunk and Candybird. Check out the video.

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Pie Guy

Pie Guy

Awesome. Pie Guy, a free web-based app/game for the iPhone.

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Ligature, Loop & Stem

Ligature, Loop & Stem

Limited edition typographic goodies from Ligature, Loop & Stem including some free ampersand iPhone wallpapers.

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iPhone ARider

iPhone ARider

The iPhone ARider – Innovative route mapping using a iPhone 3GS mounted to a cycle helmet which is connected to a heads up display (HMD).

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