Some good news for those still sporting the iPhone 3GS. As you know, with iOS 5 you'll probably have to forfeit some of the new features because of your older hardware, but it seems like photo editing won't be one of those.
While many are anxiously awaiting the launch of the iPhone 4 on June 24th, others are waiting on the new reduced price of the iPhone 3GS. As we see from this photos, Apple is also getting ready for it's launch by doing a slight refresh.
Rumors of Lady Gaga striking a deal with Apple to represent the next-gen iPhone are flooding the web. Jailbreakers get excited, because one guy has figured out how to make a 360 degree augmented reality gaming device using his jailbroken 3GS. Plus lots of apps gone free. We have all this and more on today's AppAdvice Daily.
If you are a guitar player or play nearly any stringed instrument, this app just might be the "must have" app that you didn't know existed. Read on to find out how GuitarToolkit easily replaces over $100 worth of music tools with a $10 iPhone app!
Shop at with ease with Mall Maps - You Are Here. Never again will you have to spend hours walking around your local mall trying to find a store you need. This shopping companion will make your holiday shopping as stress free as possible.
Food Scanner is the perfect app for those who are health conscious and want to keep track of what they eat. Food Scanner can scan barcodes for easy tracking, but does it work as well as it should? Read on to find out.
Tweetie 2 is the successor to the enormously successful Tweetie from developer Atebits. It's been completely re-written and includes tons of great new features, but is it worth three double cheeseburgers?
CoPilot Live offers a less expensive alternative to current App Store navigation apps, but the lack of standard iPhone user interface elements or intuitive menus is glaring and possibly a deal-breaker.
Lyrics+ is a convenient app that finds song lyrics for you. It even integrates with your iPod library to play songs and display their lyrics. It sounds handy, but is it worth the $2 price tag? Read on to find out!