Apple’s revised app store restrictions have not been popular with third party developers, publishers and other companies. Many have been figuring out new ways to deliver their content on iOS devices while avoiding giving Apple a cut of their profits. On Wednesday, both Amazon and Walmart launched web-based services that
There are rumors spreading around that Apple is considering making a $2 billion bid for Hulu. As half of the Internet already knows, Hulu provides a collection of some recent and older episodes of shows from major television networks including FOX, ABC, CBS, and NBC in its streaming web player.
Newspaper and magazine publishers have been waiting for a viable way to offer subscriptions to customers reading the digital versions of their newspapers and magazines that can be found in the form of iPad and iPhone apps. Much in the same way that publishers offer discounted subscriptions for the print
Two more deals for ya: Number one, Truphone [App Store, FREE] is offering 12 hours of free VoIP calls to any phone on Thanksgiving. If you haven't given Truphone a try yet, this may be the perfect opportunity to do so. They offer two versions, one for the iPhone and one for the iPod touch [App Store]. If you want to use it with an iPod touch, you'll have to use a pair of earbuds with a mic.
Truphone, a mobile Voice over Internet Protocol application for the iPhone, is undergoing conflicts with Apple's recently-released iPhone OS 3.0 update. According to Macworld UK, an e-mail sent from the company to customers has stated that some users are now seeing the wrong application icon or the Truphone application icon not showing at all under the iPhone 3.0 Software Update.
Truphone has launched the next version of their VoIP app Truphone 3.0 for iPod touch. The new version, which they describe as a major update, adds things like better ease of use, responsiveness, and simplicity. Sound quality has also been improved, and they have added instant messaging within the app. You can get it in the App Store as a free download. [via Macworld]
TruPhone, one of very few VoIP apps available for the iPhone, announced recently their very first "bundle" in which users can sign up for a monthly minutes subscription. Called Tru Saver, the plan is only available to Nokia and iPhone owners, and offers 1,000 minutes per month to the US and Canada for just US$14.99 monthly in the US or UK£7.49 for UK citizens.