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It has happened to many iPhone users. Suddenly your iPhone is draining very quickly, even without using the iPhone at all. This has happened to my iPhone now for two times. On many blogs and forums people are complaining about it and many tips are given but not a real good answer to the sudden quick drain of your battery.  Below are these tips to save on battery power but won’t fix the sudden extreme drainage of your battery. We have changed the title to include Android and Windows Phone devices now as well. We experienced the same battery drain on other mobile platforms. It seems that the exchange sync funtion (possibly Read more

Today the developer of the Tweetie iPhone application published a blogpost about his new project: Tweetie 2.0.  Tweetie is one of the most popular paid iPhone twitter applications, mainly because Tweetie had a clean, no-nonsense interface. The developer says about how his life changed after bringing the first version of Tweetie to the AppStore A few people bought it. Then a few more bought it. Then I realized this App Store thing was actually pretty popular, and ($2.99 – 30%) x enough people = a living. So I dropped everything and devoted every working minute since to Tweetie. In the last year the developer not only developed the Tweetie application Read more

A couple days ago we announced the availability of the Navigon North America Navigation software for the iPhone. We have gotten a review copy for evaluation and below is my review of this easy to use Navigon North America Navigation for the iPhone. Download and Installation Be prepared for big download. When purchasing I suggest doing this in the iTunes store on your desktop or laptop with high speed internet connection. The app is going to to be 1.3 GB. The download itself will take some time as well. If you are like me and want to try new things right away this is a disappointment. However the file has this size because it Read more

Navigon just announced yesterday that their iPhone GPS Navigation for North America is available in the app store. If you are not familiar with Navigon. I suggest you will. The Navigon user interface was always attractive and very good on the Windows Mobile Phones and on their own Personal Navigation Devices. Now they have made the step to get this successful Navigation software on the iPhone as well. And they are in the app store before their biggest competition does. The Navigon MobileNavigator North America is on sale now for $69.99 in the App store until August 15. After that the price will go up to $99.99. The Navigon MobileNavigator Read more

SPB Wallet has been around for a while on the desktop, Windows Mobile and Symbian phones. But as of June 24th this great sensitive data management application is also available for the iPhone. Below is a short description of the SPB Wallet software from their press release which explains it best. SPB Wallet AES 256-encrypts and password-protects all stored sensitive information. SPB Wallet supports automatic lockup, automatic clipboard cleanup, and protects from phishing. The stored data can be synchronized between (and accessed from) multiple PCs and mobile devices. The virtual, electronically stored licenses, cards, and passports look like the real ones: SPB Wallet 2.0 offers an integrated online database with Read more

The Gogo iPhone 3G cases seemed very attractive to me when I saw them through one of the Facebook ads. I contacted Gogo and asked them for some review samples of the Gradient, Handpainted and Royal series. They all looked appealing to me due to the snap on and slim looks of the cases. I have to say I am not disappointed at all. The looks and the feel of the cases are great. As they proclaim the cases snap on, are slip free, scratch proof and the royal series are soft to the touch. I had my worries for the hand painted version I received. The butterfly is hand Read more

Today Apple announced the iPhone 3GS on the WWDC in San Francisco. In this article a shot wrap-up about what has been announced today. Speed The new iPhone 3GS is not really different from the “normal” 3G. The “S” stands for speed: The iPhone 3GS is over 2 times faster than the normal 3G in most applications. Camera The camera of the iPhone 3G is a 2 Megapixel camera. From day 1 people have been complaining about camera. So Apple built in a new camera in the iPhone 3GS. The new camera is a 3 Megapixel camera with autofocus AND with this camera it is also possible to record videos. Read more