Every single day thousands of applications flood the the open doors of Apple's App Store. Some are genuinely good while others are trash that someone has created simply to squeeze a few bucks out of, which causes many of the deserving applications to slip under the view of a casual App Store user. Therefore, in order to shed light on these underrated applications, iPhone Alley has begun to highlight any hidden gems hiding within the arsenal of applications the App Store currently hosts. Whether you're the kind seeking a worthwhile game to waste some time, or you're in search of an intuitive utility that bests every other, these weekly guides are your ultimate resource for finding apps that have slipped under the general radar of App Store users.
With data usage growing rapidly, evident by the larger data allocation on AT&T's part, and with no unlimited data offer currently being offered (other than for Sprint), you're probably checking the amount of data that you've used in your billing cycle on your computer. Thanks to the power of the App Store, you can do so on your iOS device and with style as well.
The location of a stolen car was pinpointed by police with the help of an iPhone. Justice, served by an iPhone. Well, technically by the police, but you can’t count it out. Through the Find My iPhone site, the car’s owner tracked his stolen car, which happened to have the deceiving
In an “honesty is the best policy” sort-of compliance move, Verizon Wireless has plans to include stickers alerting customers of devices that constantly track a user’s location. As has been recently discovered then officially revealed by Apple, the iPhone would be included in the collection of devices since it does
The iPhone's virtual keyboard has quite a few tricks up its sleeve, but one thing it can't do is type a grave accent mark without a letter (a ` or backtick to all you programmers out there). So while 99% of you probably don't care, it can be a problem for those who need to enter the backtick for a Wi-Fi password. Thankfully, there is a way to get around non-typable passwords using the iPhone Configuration Utility.