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There are millions of apps available in the iPhone app store, and out of these, tens of thousands can be useful for travel, making things easier for you in the foreign land.
So, in order to help you pick out the most useful ones, we have made a list of the best apps that can prove to be really helpful for frequent travelers.
1. Next Flight
Did you just overslept and missed your flight? This handy app helps you find the next available flights you can take to get to your destination. The app can also be used to get an earlier flight from the one you’re booked.
Use your iPhone to find nice restaurants that are near you! In order to refine your search, you can select the restaurant type you like and your preferred price range before giving the app a spin.
Every once in a while, we all misplace our iPhone and wish that it would answer back if we yell at it, “Where are you?”
Well, this might not be a wish after all now. A new app provides a similar way to find your missing handset. The “Where is my iPhone” app listens for the sound of your whistle and replies using a pre-selected sound.
There are multiple sounds available for this ranging from an explosion to a baby crying to more than one type of farting sound. The app also allows you to even pre-record a message that your phone will play when you call it by whistling.
Apple focused its attention on iPad at Wednesday’s press event, and it was not an ordinary announcement only, but was affected immediately. Apple surrendered its restriction from VoIP calls over 3G data network on the iPhone, and to reflect the allowance also changed the SDK. So now your carrier also has to allow Voice over-IP calls to work over 3G in supplement to Wi-Fi. And AT&T got the board first in U.S.
The iCall application got the ground and they are first to announce the 3G compatibility news to its VoIP users. Fring, Skype, SIP with voice and chat applications, and also video calls application soon will follow iCall. To check the Fring reliability we turned off the Wi-Fi and then made few calls.
With the launch of iPad last week, Apple is expected to start its work rigorously for the next massive product launch, which will arrive probably in June or July, known as the iPhone 4G.
Surely, some features of the iPad will definitely trickle down to the iPhone 4G, since Apple’s tablet was given very special attention by the engineers at the Cupertino-based company.
Here are five iPad technologies that are expected to be adopted by the iPhone 4G when it is launched later this year.
1. A Large Screen
The Apple iPhone 3GS maintained the same screen size , i.e 3.5 inch similar to the two previous generations. But this time, Apple will definitely increase the screen size of its smartphone slightly to match the screen size of its competitors, like the 4.3-inch size of the HTC Touch HD. We can expect the screen to be at least 4-inch in size.
A UK based carrier told BBC today that Apple will trying to remove a serious security fault in their iPhone. This iPhone security flaw will give hacker opportunity to disable or take control of the device.
Although Apple and AT&T have not said anything about device’s security flaw. Apple will launch this patch on Saturday via iTunes. Charlie Miller is the man who have presented the flaw at Black Hat security conference. A remote hacker can disable or take over iPhone by sending them a series or hundreds of hidden SMS. A square character only appears in the last message.
This Sunday was not an ordinary Sunday. This Sunday all iPhone applications on Apple iTunes store got jail broken and now they are free. With the release of Crackulous 0.9, DRM was successfully removed from App Store software. This allow users to freely distribute the application they have purchased from App store. And this let you download applications from any site hosting them with out use of credit cards.
According to the Crackulous v.9 specs, the software lets you “[c]rack Applications from the App Store! Share them with the community! Crackulous can crack multiple applications at a time, with the most POWERFUL and EASIEST to use application available.”