It seems as that Apple built Siri not only to act as an assistant to the handset's owner, but also for Mr. Claus come Christmas this 25th - well, that's what is depicted by Apple's most recent television advertisement that aired just today.
If you’ve been watching the app store’s Top 25 list or are a big fan of the wide variety of entertainment applications available, you might have noticed a few apps from the same developer floating somewhere near the top. Which apps? The Talking Friends series from Outfit7 which includes Talking
The allure of some of the top selling entertainment applications on the App Store is most of the time hard to resist. You never need the app, it’s just something cool to have when your friends are around or you’re just trying to be funny. If you’ve been following the
In the past year or so we've seen hundreds (probably more) of iPhone app sites, and we've gotten really good at spotting classy developers. The general feeling we've picked up is that if the developer hasn't put much work into their app's site, they probably haven't put enough work into the app either. So the key here is to have a spiffy site that entices customers to give your app a chance. To help those who may not be aesthetically inclined, Web Designer Wall has posted a great list of tips and examples for creating top-notch app sites.
If you're a developer, or even a designer looking for some inspiration, it's a great piece to check out.
Jonathan Ive, Apple's Senior VP of Industrial Design (the guy who helped put the shiny in the iPhone) has been awarded the 2008 MDA Personal Achievement Award an award by the Mobile Data Association, a UK group honoring "those UK companies and individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the uptake and success of mobile data over the last 12 months."