Two iPhone 4s will be lifted off into space on the shuttle Atlantis for the mission tentatively scheduled for launch on July 8. Sadly for the astronauts they won’t be using the iPhones to kill time by playing Angry Birds or FaceTiming with loved ones, but instead will be using
Delicious Monster has pulled their Delicious Library app for the iPhone from the App Store due to recent changes to Amazon.com's Product Advertising API license agreement. Unfortunately for DM and their users, the app relies on this API, but Amazon's license was recently changed to prohibit them from using it in an iPhone app, and they aren't willing to make any exceptions.
Earlier this week, the folks at Delicious Monster released Delicious Library for iPhone, the companion app for the iPhone or iPod touch that syncs with Delicious Library for the Mac that we heard about during Macworld. Delicious Library for the Mac lets you keep track of things you collect, like books, video games, or DVD's. DeliciousLibrary for the iPhone lets you access this database of things for free, remotely from your handheld device. You can check out an amazing demo video after the break.
The Monday before Macworld Expo opened, we had a chance to sit down with Wil Shipley of Delicious Monster to get a sneak peak at their new app for the iPhone. Described by Shipley as a "widget," the app will interface with Delicious Library 2.1 on the Mac to bring your entire library right to your iPhone. Sync will occur over Wi-Fi via Bonjour and will include every item from your library. From there you can browse by category, shelf, or even search through your stuff. When it launches, the app will be completely free.