Posts tagged "paid"

iPhone Alley Is Hiring! (It’s a Paid Job, Of Course)

As we are in the phases of preparing to re-launch iPhone Alley, redesigning each and every bolt of the site from the ground up, of course we realize the key to a well-oiled machine is to have a fantastic team working on it. Thus we are accepting applications to join a team of exceptional writers in our venture to become a perfectly well-rounded iOS site with up-to-the-minute iOS/iPhone/iPad/Apple news, unique article series, top-notch application and product reviews, all rounded out by enlightening editorials and a sharp wit; to name some of the vast array of topics we would like to cover. Intrigued to become part of an evolving team at a top-ranking technology blog centering around what is perhaps the hottest topic of our time? Continue reading to find out exactly what we are looking for and how to apply.


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Yet Another Service to Get Premium Paid Apps Completely Free

While it's not a new offering, FreeAppDaily has thus far been my number one stop for getting paid applications absolutely free - it's legal, it's easy and it supports app developers.


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Easily Download Paid Apps for Free with FreeMyApps

Back in the day, we posted about what was a cool service called OfferedApp. While it looks like that has gone under, another service of the same breed has popped up. Dubbed FreeMyApps, the service allows users to get paid apps completely free. Zero registration, zero hassle and zero payment.

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Offered App – The Easiest, and Most Legal, Way to Get Paid Apps Free

Everyone loves free things, don’t they? That’s why many times people will resort to piracy and such things on the web, which you all hopefully know is illegal – yes folks, you can’t just go out and get paid things for free and expect what you’re doing to be legal!

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Multi-Core iPhone Coming Alongside OS X iPhone 3.0?

Jason O'Grady at ZDNet has picked up on an interesting rumor here at Macworld. According to him, Apple is currently working on a four-core iPhone running OS X iPhone 3.0. The 3.0 software is said to be required on the iPhone "quad."


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