With so many apps on the app store, only four of them belong to Halfbrick Studios. However with two of these so far (Fruit Ninja, Monster Dash) this small game development company has reached a position that no other company of their size has! The two apps have pretty much
I sure of have been a huge follower of Halfbrick Studios since their first few months in the app store with all of their games installed on my iPod. After keeping up with their newest adventure starring the ultimate Barry Steakfries again, I’m happy to say that I have received
GPS outfit Magellan on Monday introduced a premium car kit for Apple's iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch handsets. The kit includes a built-in GPS receiver, an amplified speaker, a noise-canceling microphone, and Bluetooth for hands-free phone calls and turn-by-turn directions and works with all navigation applications, including Magellan’s RoadMate for iPhone.
Everyone wants a killer turn-by-turn GPS navigation application for their iPhone and following the release of TomTom's program, Magellan RoadMate 2010 North America [App Store, $79.99] appeared in the App Store over the weekend, bringing a full-featured GPS solution including text-to-speech, lane guidance, and a "OneTouch" feature for easy access to favorite destinations.
For those of you hankering for an iPhone GPS system in your car, GPS outfit TomTom has announced that its car kit for the iPhone will ship in October for $120 (or €99 if you live on the other side of the Atlantic from me). Per Macworld, the kit will include a powerful GPS chip, built-in speaker, power cable, and more.
TomTom's highly anticipated hardware accessory for the iPhone and iPod touch with an external GPS receiver recently became available in several European Apple online stores. They are priced at £99.95 (US$164.10) in the UK and 99.95 Euro (US$147.90) in other European countries, and includes the companion iPhone application.
The details are still sparse, but according to Mac Rumors, AT&T's official 3G MicroCell web site is now up and running and users can get some quick video overviews as to what the finished product looks like.
German software developer NAVIGON AG announced the released of the Traffic Live feature for its MobileNavigator application [App Store, $89.99] for the iPhone. The application utilizes real-time traffic information as well as historic data to calculate better routes that avoid congestion and get drivers to their destination faster.
As much as you want the TomTom iPhone Kit, you'll have to wait a bit longer. According to AppleInsider, TomTom spokesman Kevin Carter has confirmed that the company's iPhone hardware kit will not be available for its previously announced summer release deadline, though no specific reason was given. The accessory is a cradle that will interface with the iPhone and provide enhanced GPS capabilities.