The original iPhone was introduced five years ago in 2007 - today marks a milestone for the device. Cricket Communications has announced that it will offer Apple's smartphone without a contract and with an unlimited monthly plan - the first prepaid plan in the United States.
We've had people ask us occasionally on Twitter how they can redeem US-only promo codes for applications when they're residing in other countries in which those codes aren't compatible. This leaves those users at a disability when it comes to some of our giveaways and also the new website FreeMyApps (click on from iOS device). Registering for a US iTunes account requires a credit card, but fortunately there's a way to bypass that.
In a report released annually by the National Retail Federation, Apple ranks 21st in a list of the top 100 retailers based on US sales. The company’s retail and iTunes sales were combined giving Apple a total of $18 billion in sales. According to the list, Apple’s sales rose 32.3%
DataViz has updated Documents To Go, their suit of office iPhone applications, to add the ability to edit and create Excel spreadsheet documents. It uses the standard .xls file format and is also compatable with Excel 2007/2008 (.xlsx) formats. It has also improved the typing speed throughout the entire suite.
DataViz has updated Documents To Go, their app for reading MS Office documents and editing MS Word documents on the iPhone, adding features for OS 3.0. Version 1.1 adds cut, copy and paste; pinch to zoom and full screen view in Word files; the ability to send files via email with clients other than Microsoft Exchange; and viewing and syncing of iWork 09 files for Mac users.
After a great deal of anticipation from consumer and business users alike, DataViz has finally released Documents To Go for the iPhone and iPod touch, adding the ability to edit Microsoft Word documents on the iPhone and iPod touch at long last, as well as the ability to view view Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and Apple iWork-created files. Microsoft Excel spreadsheet editing will also be added as a free update for all customers.
DataViz demoed a an early pre-release version of their MS Office document viewing and editing app for the iPhone and iPod touch, Documents To Go. They showed off text editing on the device, as well as their own intuitive implementation of in-app copy and paste and plans for a desktop client.
There's been a lot of fuss about the lack of ability to view and edit Word, Excel, Powerpoint, TXT and PDF files, as well as JPEG and BMP images on the iPhone. Mobile software developer DataViz has announced the release of Documents On The Go, an app that will allow users to view and edit documents sent as email attachments. Those of you interested in Documents On The Go can sign up to be notified when they release it at Dataviz.com. Thanks, Tam!