Blizzard's hit MMORPG World of Warcraft is played by millions of people around the world, and some time ago they released an iPhone app called Mobile Armory to bring all your WoW character and guild information goodness to the iPhone. You could look at all of the data exposed in their web version of the WoW Armory in a native iPhone app, but weren't able to affect your characters or any in-game items. Just this week, Blizzard announced a beta test of their new Remote Auction House features, now available with version 2.0 of the app. These features allow you to interact with the in-game auction house in every way!
The developers at Threemagination are offering 40 copies of their newest app, QuickFTP, free of charge to web developers and site managers. QuickFTP is advertised to allow developers to make quick edits on the run using a simple iPhone interface. The app is due out soon so if you want a free copy, head over to this page and fill out the form. We'll be reviewing the app as soon as it becomes available, so stay tuned for more information.
Naturally Fresh is the latest offering from Threemagination Inc., a very straightforward brand-centric app that catalogs Naturally Fresh's line of dressings and sauces. It allows you to graphically browse the product line, search for and view recipes using the products, and also features a product finder so you never have to go without your Naturally Fresh fix.
Mobile electronics aftermarket accessories maker Scosche has just unveiled their new in-dash mount called the iKit for the iPad. It's a double-din ball mount that includes a USB port and mini-stereo port, combined with a removable case so that iPad owners can maintain the portability of the iPad.
Take a look at the demonstration video from Scosche, showing the kit installed in a Subaru STi.
As Apple gets ready to release its latest version of the iPad, some people still have a hard time justifying the tablet as a business device. Most notably, the ability to print is conspicuously missing, a shortcoming that the iPad shares with its cousin, the iPhone. Seemingly, the easiest way to print from these devices is to email yourself with whatever image or item you wish to print attached. Fortunately, in an ecosystem like Apple's App Store, developers are quick to fill the gaps in functionality the iPhone's OS.
Check out a list of some of the front-runners in this category, below.
The iPad 3G hits the stores tomorrow at 5pm, and with the release of Apple's latest magical product, AT&T stands to sign up what I'm guessing will be a boatload of new customers. iPad owners will be able to sign up for and manage 3G data access right from their devices, and the associated costs look very reasonable. AT&T has provided a quick fact sheet to help answer your questions about the plans, and Apple has a web page set up to let you preview the management features.
Several tech blogs are reporting today that FaceBook has gone iPad and iPhone friendly with the adoption of HTML5 for its streaming videos. Previously, when a using Safari on one of the Apple mobile devices, you would get a message that you needed to install Flash to view a video. This has changed, and now the videos play.