The platforming genre on the app store has seen a major increase over the past few months with the arrival of many new, decent platformers. Newest to the table, Max and the Magic Marker [$1.99], from publishers, EA and developers, Press Play, is a unique combination of puzzle and platforming
Yesterday Apple announced that OS X iPhone 3.0 would be released on June 17th for all iPhone customers. They also mentioned that they've already reached Gold Master with 3.0 and would be seeding it out to developers that day to make sure developers' apps work with 3.0. Of course none of us have any patience and somewhere on the Internet, there is a legit copy of 3.0 GM. Best part is that it works on all iPhones, no need to register your device with the dev program. As far as we know, it'll be the exact same build we see on the 17th. Now where can you get it? Psh, I dunno. Google it or something. I don't know how piracy works. I just blog about the iPhone.
Back when iPhone hacking and the writing of iPhone apps were still fairly young practices and considered somewhat synonymous, one of the most requested apps we kept seeing over and over again was a torrenting app for the iPhone. We saw one command-line app for that purpose back in March, but an even more innovative solution popped up recently that doesn't even interfere with the SDK.