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Seasons - For the iPhone
"Nowadays we are used to imported fruits and vegetables being available all year round. But by following the natural seasons you can experience a greater variety of produce all at the very peak of freshness just as nature intended."
iphone  applications  food  sustainability  environment  cooking  seasonal  fruits  csiap  fruit  ios 
july 2009 by robertogreco
Feature: The 15 Games You Need For Your New iPhone (and 30 more to consider) | Offworld [http://www.offworld.com/15iphonegames/01.html]
"And so I give you: this list of 15 of the top picks that the App Store currently has to offer. While I can't promise that it'll account for all tastes, I've tried to present the widest variety of genres with both the longtime classics (some that readers might recognize from my regular Touch Me I'm Slick recommendations) and newer titles that have gone overlooked, even on Offworld.
iphone  applications  games  gaming  videogames  csiap  ios 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Neven Mrgan's Tumbl → Glyphboard 2.0
"Just in time for today’s release of iPhone OS 3.0 with its oh-so-handy pasteboard, I’ve updated a little project of mine, Glyphboard. It’s a sort of keyboard which lets you type glyphs not available on any of the standard iPhone keyboards. These glyphs include , ☂, ☺, ✔, and even ♫. You may find this handy for Twitter, text messaging, emails, and I’m sure I don’t know what else. A clarification: unfortunately Safari won’t let you just tap a key to copy it; you have to hold and tap. I wish you didn’t, but there. On the flip side, even though it’s a web app, once you’ve installed Glyphboard it will work even when you’re offline. How’s that!"
iphone  applications  webapp  characters  unicode  utilities  text  icons  glyphs  csiap  ios 
june 2009 by robertogreco
ScrollMotion - Iceberg
"Iceberg is our revolutionary new electronic reader. Iceberg brings the timeless experience of reading books to the mobile space, wedding the functionality of the iPhone to the feel and familiarity of books.
iceberg  iphone  ebooks  kindle  applications  books  multimedia  entertainment  csiap  ios 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Biscuit Tin iPhone - Random is good.
"Simply give it a shake and rediscover things you'd forgotten about from long ago. Things that made you smile, laugh or maybe even cry. With Biscuit Tin in your pocket you can fall in love with photos all over again.

* Loads random photos from your entire Flickr photo stream.
* Playful interface - just shake and watch a random photo drop into your tin.
* Fun memory jogger - relive forgotten stories and adventures with just a simple shake!
* Reminds you of biscuits - and that is always a good thing."
iphone  applications  flickr  memory  photography  csiap  ios 
may 2009 by robertogreco
Email ‘n Walk - Compose Emails While On The Move | Apple iPhone Apps
"Email ‘n Walk allows you to compose important email messages while on the go. Just open the application and start typing. The subject and message fields appear over the top of a instant video feed via your iPhone’s camera. This way you can type AND walk without worrying about what may be in front of you."
iphone  applications  excess  continuouspartialattention  distraction  email  watchwhereyou'rewalking  csiap  ios 
may 2009 by robertogreco
Novelties - Foliage Field Guides for Cellphones - NYTimes.com
"THE traditional way to identify an unfamiliar tree is to pull out a field guide and search its pages for a matching description. One day people may pull out a smartphone instead, photographing a leaf from the mystery tree and then having the phone search for matching images in a database.
trees  iphone  applications  identification  botany  inventory  csiap  ios 
may 2009 by robertogreco
Old Map App
"Old Map App allows an iPhone user to explore the effects of time on geography and urban development.

The application displays layers of geo-referenced historical maps projected onto a modern coordinate system, so that the same location can be compared over time. Layers can be faded, adjusted, and explored freely. If the user is located with the region of the historical map, the user's position will be mapped on the old maps to the position of the compass indicator.

Several maps of New York City & Region are included from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. All are high-resolution scans from the Library of Congress."
iphone  applications  maps  mapping  history  nyc  via:migurski  csiap  ios  location-based 
may 2009 by robertogreco
7 Surprising uses for the iPhone’s camera | iPhone | Macworld
"How to use your phone's built-in camera for more than just snapshots"
iphone  applications  cameras  photography  csiap  ios 
may 2009 by robertogreco
The Tricorder Arrives § SEEDMAGAZINE.COM
"Cell phones will soon be able to sense our environment and its pollutants. This new power may change the way we move through the world, but can it motivate us to change it?"
iphone  applications  sensors  mobile  phones  tcsnmy  classprojects  activism  environment  pollution  csiap  ios 
may 2009 by robertogreco
Print from your iPhone
"Wouldn't it be great just to print out an Email or iPhone contact address and phone number, or quickly print out a web page to read later? Move files to or from your computer and print them. How about printing photos from your iPhone Photo Album? Or even take a picture and print it out straight away. Now you can!
iphone  applications  printing  print  utilities  software  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
MultiLevel
"MultiLevel operates in two modes depending on the orientation of your device. Laying with the face up, the MultiLevel acts as a multidirectional surface level. In landscape orientation MultiLevel works as a single dimension bubble level. MultiLevel's calibration makes it accurate to within 0.5 degrees which makes it the most precise level available from your iPhone or iPodTouch. Its versatility makes it perfect for both household or office purposes."
iphone  applications  tools  level  multilevel  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
Howcast for iPhone™
"Howcast for iPhone shows you fun, useful how-to videos wherever you are – when you’re out and about or just too lazy to get to your computer."
iphone  applications  video  howto  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
About iBird Plus
"iBird Explorer “Plus” is the full featured interactive field guide to ALL birds of North America for the iPhone and the iPod Touch. It covers every species found in North America, even birds that are extinct. But don't be fooled - iBird is not like any field guide you’ve used before. "
iphone  applications  birds  birdwatching  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
1,000,000,000 Downloads? - Jan Chipchase - Future Perfect
"In a 'connected' world the cost of having everything of digital importance in your life on hand with next-to-zero latency will be the thing that separates the haves from the have-nots (That and being able to afford going off he grid). ... We're not there yet - but the interesting trend to watch will be the mainstreaming of just-in-time discovery and consumption of highly focused and contextually useful applications. Think applications with an expected installed life measured in minutes not days."
iphone  applications  businessmodels  janchipchase  mobile  trends  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
Download Decibel Meter for iPhone and iPod Touch - Measure volume. MacUpdate
"Ever wonder how loud a sound really is? Well now you can with Decibel Meter! Decibel Meter uses your iPhone's built in Mic to determine the intensity level of sounds it picks up, and displays it in dB SPL (Decibel Sound Pressure Level). The iPhone's Mic has the ability to pick up sounds near 0 dB SPL and up to around 110 dB SPL."
iphone  applications  decibelmeter  measurement  sensors  sound  environment  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
textually.org: Dictionary.com. Impressive.
"The free Dictionary.com app delivers world-class reference content from Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com including more than 275,000 definitions and 80,000 synonyms, which are accessible through the app, with no Internet connection needed.

The app also features audio pronunciations, similarly spelled words and Dictionary.com’s popular Word of the Day"
applications  iphone  dictionaries  language  tools  words  csiap  ios  dictionary 
april 2009 by robertogreco
Seafood Watch Recommendations for Your iPhone | Monterey Bay Aquarium
"Our new iPhone application brings the latest Seafood Watch recommendations directly to your iPhone or iPod touch. Now you can make sustainable seafood choices quickly and easily—whether you’re eating at your favorite restaurant or shopping for dinner. And at a time when the world’s oceans are severely overfished, your seafood choices make a big difference."
iphone  applications  environment  sustainability  food  fish  seafood  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
Stanford Course On How To Build iPhone Apps Will Soon Be Available On The iPhone
"Want to learn how to create an iPhone app? Later this week, aspiring app creators will be able to start watching a popular Stanford computer science course on developing iPhone apps right on their iPhones. Stanford will start distributing the course for free as a video podcast throughiTunes U. (The podcasts can also be watched on iPods and computers, obviously)."
development  iphone  applications  howto  itunes  tools  itunesu  csiap  ios 
april 2009 by robertogreco
How to Make Your First iPhone App iPhone App Store Application
"Ever wanted to learn how to make your first iPhone or iPod Touch app but didn't know how or where to start?
iphone  applications  development  howto  tutorials  csiap  ios 
march 2009 by robertogreco
Real-time sharing of cameraphone pictures, videos and conversation between friends | Radar
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Group picture and video sharing from your phone
The best mobile browsing and commenting around
Integrated with Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and other social networks "
iphone  applications  flickr  socialnetworking  twitter  facebook  photosharing  moblogging  photography  radar  csiap  ios 
march 2009 by robertogreco
Pano for iPhone
"Pano for iPhone lets you take beautiful, seamless panoramic photos straight from your phone, no other software necessary."
iphone  applications  photography  software  panorama  csiap  ios 
march 2009 by robertogreco
Night Camera
"iPhone’s camera is among the best for a cell phone.
iphone  photography  applications  csiap  ios 
march 2009 by robertogreco
Are You Safe?
"Are You Safe lets you know how safe you are at all times based on your current location within the city.
safety  crime  washingtondc  fear  iphone  applications  location-aware  csiap  dc  ios 
february 2009 by robertogreco
iMob Hits The iPhone: Prepare To Become An Addict
"The game itself is too complex to fully describe in a few paragraphs, but the gameplay generally revolves around doing ‘jobs’, attacking other players to earn cash, and spending the proceeds to buy more powerful weapons and other items. It might not sound like much (especially given the lack of flashy graphics), but it can be incredibly addictive once you’ve gotten a grip on the basics."
iphone  applications  games  gaming  imob  gps  presence  location-based  csiap  ios 
february 2009 by robertogreco
A Lethal app for your iPhone - The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
"Lethal (click opens iTunes) from Elany Arts takes a location from either the iPhone's built-in location services or a list of 300 cities or parks throughout the USA, then provides you with a "lethal index" number. This number ranges between 0 and 400, with 400 being an extremely dangerous location.
iphone  applications  statistics  crime  gps  locative  mobile  humor  safety  via:rodcorp  lethal  csiap  ios 
february 2009 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » Locative Play
"Ian Bogost’s and his Persuasive Games operation have introduced an iPhone game called JetSet
iphone  applications  games  gaming  travel  locative  location  interactive  airports  play  ianbogost  persuasivegames  jetset  csiap  ios 
february 2009 by robertogreco
Weather Underground for iPhone - (37signals)
"Weather Underground’s iPhone-optimized version is the best weather experience out there. I love how their forecast explains today’s weather relative to yesterday’s weather. I highly recommend bookmarking it on your iPhone home screen."
iphone  applications  weather  design  information  ux  csiap  ios 
february 2009 by robertogreco
Collaborative Whiteboard Turns iPhones into Linked Sketchpads - ReadWriteWeb
"If two minds are better than one, then two minds with two iPhones must be even better. But how can you get those two great minds working together and thinking alike? Try Whiteboard, a new app that turns an iPhone or iPod Touch into a collaborative workspace for sketching and sharing ideas in real-time."
iphone  applications  readwriteweb  mobile  sketching  whiteboard  collaborative  csiap  ios 
january 2009 by robertogreco
IDEO Labs » LiveView: an iPhone app for on-screen prototyping
"iPhone is on the same wifi network and launch the LiveView iPhone app. Instantly you should see the name of your mac (and any others running ScreenCaster at the time). Clicking on your machine instantly brings up just the portion of the screen that you’ve ‘highlighted’."
interactiondesign  ui  iphone  applications  usability  screencapture  prototyping  csiap  ios 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Rolando Review for iPhone | Touch Arcade
"The reason we and many others got excited about Rolando back in July was that it was the first seemingly full featured game that was actually designed specifically for the iPhone. ... Rolando is a platform puzzle game set in Rolandoland. Rolandos are small round creatures who seem to worship you (aka “Finger”) and ask for your help to defeat the shadow creatures that have invaded their land. Your job is to free the Rolandos from evil across 36 levels of play. ... The compete package for this game easily justifies the $9.99 price point, and comes highly recommended. Rolando is amongst the best games the App Store has to offer."
iphone  applications  videogames  via:preoccupations  ipodtouch  mobile  gamedesign  games  csiap  ios 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Change.gov iPhone App Now Available - ReadWriteWeb
"Earlier this month we noted that Barack Obama's Presidential transition site Change.gov had added OpenID login for commenters and that the site had traded the traditional copyright for the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. Last week, the iPhone app for Change.gov was added to Apple's Web apps page, thanks to the Creative Commons license."
iphone  applications  barackobama  government  csiap  ios 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Six free Apple iPhone downloads you don't want to miss | iPhone Central | Macworld
"This week, my recommendations include both a mobile news and sports aggregator, an on-device TV guide, a satellite mapping program, a voice over IP (VoIP) calling app and an Internet radio service. My personal favorite: the sports app, SportsTap."
iphone  applications  sports  radio  pandora  fring  googleearth  tv  television  csiap  ios 
november 2008 by robertogreco
Smule’s Ocarina: This Is How You Build A Great iPhone App
"Smule has done it again. The company behind the ingenious lighter app that took the iPhone by storm a few months ago has launched Ocarina, a networked musical instrument that allows you to listen to songs being played around the world in real time. The app costs 99 cents, and you can grab it here."
iphone  applications  music  ocarina  social  csiap  ios 
november 2008 by robertogreco
iPhone Apps - Bone Issue 1 – “Out of Boneville” | Apptism
"The award-winning comic book series “Bone” is now available on your iPhone. Follow the adventures of the three Bone cousins in Issue #1 “Out of Boneville” - Fone, Phoney and Smiley strike out from Boneville to find their destiny."
bone  jeffsmith  comics  iphone  applications  csiap  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
PhotoSwap
"Looking at something worth taking a picture of ? Use PhotoSwap and send your picture immediately to another randomly-selected PhotoSwap user. In exchange you'll get his.
photography  mobile  iphone  applications  socialsoftware  socialnetworking  random  csiap  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
mezzoblue § Shutter [see also: http://www.nevercenter.com/camerabag/]
"Something like a month ago, a $5 app called CameraBag hit the iPhone app store. I read the description, took the risk and bought it. I turns out it’s no more complicated than a few pre-built filters that will take a typically crappy photo with the iPhone’s camera (or let you choose one from your library) and make it look as if it were taken from one of a variety of classic low-quality cameras. You’ve got your Lomo, Holga, 1970’s faded and yellowing print, high-contrast B&W, infrared, and a few more (though you’ll find the first two as “Lolo” and “Helga” in the menu, for trademarks reasons naturally)."
lomo  iphone  photography  cameras  filters  filtr  lomography  applications  holga  csiap  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
Make Your Own iPhone/Android Apps With New App Generator - ReadWriteWeb
"Today AppLoop launched a mobile application generator which lets you turn any RSS feed into a mobile application for either iPhone (available today) or Android (coming soon). The company, who also runs the analytics and advertising solution MediaLets, wanted to provide everyone with the tools to make a mobile app, even if they didn't have any programming experience. To do so, they've created their new Mobile Application Generator, a tool which creates a mobile-ready application in less than two minutes."
iphone  applications  mobile  rss  generator  android  development  csiap  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
The Long Now Blog » Blog Archive » Eno Blooms
"Brian Eno has conspired with Peter Chilvers on a recently released iPhone app called Bloom that allows you to make your own generative music. (see video above) While at best I would be labeled as “musically challenged,” I found it addictive and easy to make a soundtrack to my daily activities with this tool. Very fun, and definitely a higher brow activity than Guitar Hero."
brianeno  iphone  applications  music  generative  csiap  ambient  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
RJDJ - The iPhone will addict you to music again! - Digital Tools - Homebrew, Computer Art, Tools and Game Design.
"Finally exquisite news again, where people from Cologne (and Vienna I think) were really involved in. The RJDJ is an iPhone application, that will turn your life into an interactive musicvideo. It plays music, that will be modified by sensory input. In other words you have music, that reacts to sensory and environmental input. It makes use of different sensors, like the microphone, the acceleration sensor and the touchpad. RJDJ turns your mobile phone into a very complex mixture of music playing device, music instrument or reality shaping artifact. The creators say about it, that it is "like glasses for your ears". They are right. Not only for them the RJDJ is a "digital drug"."
rjdj  music  iphone  applications  ambient  sound  csiap  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
YouTube - RjDj The mind twisting hearing sensation. [recalls: http://web.media.mit.edu/~nvawter/thesis/index.html]
"RjDj is a music application for the Iphone. It uses sensory input to generate and control music you are listening to. RjDj is mainly consumed with headphones. Think of it as the next generation of walkman or mp3 player. The consumer experience of RjDj is similar to the effects of drugs. Drugs affect our sensory perception, so does RjDj. RjDj is a mind twisting hearing sensation."

[more: http://www.rjdj.me/ ]
iphone  applications  environment  music  ambient  digital  sound  rjdj  csiap  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
Red Rome Logic | Kiwi
"Kiwi delivers Wikipedia for the iPhone and iPod touch as never before. Quickly and easily search the vast store of Wikipedia knowledge all in a clean, well designed user interface that takes full advantage of your mobile device."
iphone  wikipedia  applications  csiap  ios 
october 2008 by robertogreco
oyayubizoku » Two Must Have iPhone Apps
"DataCase for iPhone: Allows you to mount your iPhone over a WIFI network as an NAS drive, and copy multiple file formats over for transport… so useful and so simple! I tried and you can also mount it as a share via your “Go” menu in Leopard! + Barcode for iPhone: I am a huge QRCode fanatic as you can tell from other posts (1, 2, 3 and 4) on my blog, but this one takes the cake as the coolest and least buggy to use…"
iphone  applications  qrcodes  storage  data  csiap  ios 
september 2008 by robertogreco
4 Great iPhone App Review Sites - ReadWriteWeb
"While the iTunes App Store features reviews from others, sometimes you just want a second opinion. Today, ReadWriteWeb brings you 4 iPhone/iPod app review sites."
iphone  applications  reviews  csiap  ios 
august 2008 by robertogreco
Pageonce's New iPhone App: Now 100% Mobile and Self-Destructs When Stolen - ReadWriteWeb
"became an instant success. Within 10 days it was ranked in the top three applications in the Productivity category, and overall it was ranked in the top 50 out of all the free iPhone applications. What made this app so appealing? Simple: it's a one-stop-shop for managing all of your online accounts - finance, utilities, travel, shopping, email, and social networks. Now, the latest version of the app, iOnce 2.0, has arrived and it's even better. The new app offers improved security features that users have been clamoring for as well as the ability to add accounts directly from the app itself.
iphone  security  applications  privacy  data  csiap  ios 
august 2008 by robertogreco
Bike Gears, a bicycle gear calculator for the iPhone and iPod Touch
"Evaluate current or potential Gearing Ratios, calculate Gain Ratios, Gear Inches, and Development. Use the Skid Patch Analyzer to visualize and minimize your fixed-gear's tire wear. Explore equivalent gearing configurations that let you reuse parts you already have."
bikes  iphone  applications  csiap  ios 
august 2008 by robertogreco
Dr. Horrible's iPhone Remote Is Available as a Web App | Geekdad from Wired.com
"Dr. Horrible used a custom-designed application for his iPhone. Of course, we couldn't find it in the AppStore since the launch of iPhone 2.0, but now it's finally been found -- as a web app."
iphone  drhorrible  josswhedon  applications  humor  control  remote  csiap  ios 
july 2008 by robertogreco
pakl.net iPhone
"For my first iPhone project I'm working on a musical button pad that is inspired by the Tenori-on (but quite a bit simpler). Here's a quick video of some random-button pushing when I first got it working"

[see also: http://www.pakl.net/iphone/PaklSound1/ ]
iphone  music  audio  sound  applications  tenori-on  electroplankton  software  csiap  ios 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Phantom Fish - Byline - Google Reader on the go. [video here: http://www.phantomfish.com/bylinevideotour.html]
"Simply use your free Google Reader account to subscribe to websites you'd like to keep track of. Byline will automatically bring you new content, putting thousands of RSS and Atom feeds at your fingertips."
iphone  rss  applications  googlereader  google  feeds  mobile  offline  sync  csiap  aggregator  ios 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Near Future Laboratory » iPhone for Hertzian Space
"curious to see how platforms that are aware of location & support direct participation in creation of “apps”...away from desktop...can create new kinds of mechanisms for maintaining & knitting together networks of social relations & creation of new k
julianbleecker  iphone  applications  maps  mapping  space  architecture  social  locative  location-based  culture  knowledge  networks  networking  socialnetworks  urbanism  hertzianspace  geoweb  urbancomputing  twitter  platial  plazes  dodgeball  csiap  ios 
july 2008 by robertogreco
NetSketch - Collaborative Drawing for the iPhone and iPod Touch
"first collaborative drawing application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Create drawings and scribble with your friends in real time. Enjoy a complete spectrum of colors and brush sizes and create an enormous masterpiece with infinite pan and zoom."
iphone  applications  drawing  csiap  ios 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Macworld | iPhone Central | Use Jott to record your thoughts [more: http://jott.com/jotters/index.php/iphone]
"Jott is an online service that lets you record little notes and to-dos, and access them from anywhere via a mobile phone or web browser. Jott on the iPhone is a really nifty front-end to Jott’s online service."
iphone  applications  notetaking  voicetotext  jott  csiap  ios 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Macworld | iPhone Central | Sketches lets you draw all over your iPhone
"lets you draw all over your iPhone, including on pictures that you import from your iPhone's photo albums or camera."
applications  iphone  drawing  csiap  ios 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Whrrl: Share real-world adventures and discover places, events, and people through the chronicles of others.
"Social discovery for the real world. Your friends and the places and events they "touch" light up so you can pick what's interesting to you. You control your privacy to share what you want with only the people you select."
mobile  phones  location  location-based  locative  geotagging  geocoding  microblogging  maps  mapping  socialmedia  socialnetworking  socialnetworks  search  local  gps  googlemaps  iphone  applications  csiap  ios 
march 2008 by robertogreco

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