1. cranie's Avatar
    I just use FindmyiPhone..already part of my Mobileme account
    2010-10-19 10:58 PM
  2. justin7942163's Avatar
    I just use FindmyiPhone..already part of my Mobileme account
    Likewise.
    Internet killed the video star.
    2010-10-19 11:08 PM
  3. Christian Bale's Avatar
    Is iTracker tracking really in real time? Like with mobileme? Or is it like all the other apps? If so i'll stick with fonehome...
    For **** sakes you mods are amateurs! Why are you trashing my scene!!! Seriously you and me we're done professionally.
    2010-10-19 11:26 PM
  4. Rob2G's Avatar
    I just use FindmyiPhone..already part of my Mobileme account
    Me too.
    2010-10-19 11:39 PM
  5. vSharp's Avatar
    I can't find itracker on cydia.. is there a certain repo to add?
    2010-10-20 12:00 AM
  6. ShredNasty's Avatar
    iTracker = epic fail. Not the price, but rather the app itself. Stolen iPhone? DFU>iTunes>restore>setup as new iPhone. Try tracking that, iTracker. If there was a full proof way, as in blocking a restore without a password of some sort, it'd work and be awesome, but without it, it's only good for loss or being stolen by a total idiot. A password lock is literally just as good.
    iPhone 4 to Android directly back to iPhone 4. I learned my lesson and will never leave iOS again.
    2010-10-20 12:40 AM
  7. mp5a2's Avatar
    I bought Fullscreen For Safari almost as soon as I saw it. I thought it was a great idea. I was, however, disappointed with the experience soon after configuring the options.

    One of the best things about mobile Safari is the seemingly intelligent way that it (usually) handles zooming in on different parts of web pages. So when using Fullscreen for safari, this behavior is affected. Either safari zooms on the wrong part of the web page when trying to toggle fullscreen (double tap), or the triple-tap just simply didn't work for me when I tried to use that instead.

    Also (only an opinion), but I found that using the double finger swipe method for forward and back navigation, I thought it was terribly inefficient to have to use two hands. I can usually get around in safari using only my thumb as I hold the phone in portrait orientation.

    Anyone else experience the same thing? Also, maybe I'm missing something configuration-wise. If so, please send me a clue - my $1.49 was spent (foolishly) on an app I uninstalled 5 mins after I bought it.

    Again, a terrific idea that didn't work for me at all.
    2010-10-20 12:44 AM
  8. LSZ33's Avatar
    iTracker might be a good addition if I was careless with my iPhone. When not in use, it goes straight back into my right pocket.
    2010-10-20 12:46 AM
  9. jay0heavenly's Avatar
    Newbie q...what's the use of ipshare? What does it do that MyWi doesn't?
    2010-10-20 12:53 AM
  10. qucina's Avatar
    chicken fighter too laggy.
    2010-10-20 01:00 AM
  11. Jahooba's Avatar
    GPower Pro is a pretty big evolutionary step backwards from SBSettings, which has all the same options, plus "safe mode", and is free. That's like re-inventing the wheel and making it oval.
    2010-10-20 02:39 AM
  12. Kaisei's Avatar
    What the hell is up with iDashboard? Why is it giving me weather and time in Houston, TX? I see no instructions on how to configure it and I've looked through settings and tried looking around in the app. Oh well, the interface was not that good anyway. Keeps updating the weather and at times it would take several minutes to do so.

    Edit: Also iTracker sounds like a great tool, but you have to know that an app like that is bound to have some price tag on it. So the previously advertised price of free should have sounded fishy to whoever read this article.
    Last edited by Kaisei; 2010-10-20 at 02:46 AM.
    2010-10-20 02:44 AM
  13. Zokunei's Avatar
    Wow, fullscreen Safari is TRULY revolutionary! Not! Atomic Web has exactly the same features AND MORE for $.99. So do plenty of other ninety-nine cent browsers. GPowerPro? Why hold the power button to do that when you can just download Activator and set it to whatever you want, for free? SMS on iPad I'm pretty sure is offered through the App Store for free. I know SMS and MMS are available for iPods, and I'm pretty sure the app had a + next to it. This is kinda a sorry list this time…
    2010-10-20 03:40 AM
  14. ro0oney's Avatar
    hell this is so useful. did it even cross steve job's mind? :S
    2010-10-20 04:20 AM
  15. AmadeusKaelPyralis's Avatar
    People are generally ungrateful. The same happened to me but with a car... I could have had this guy's 200? Chevy Cobalt with alarm and power entry. Didn't get a smile or a thanks...

    Almost make you WANT to turn to crime.
    2010-10-20 04:33 AM
  16. origitat's Avatar
    why is the sbsettings vibrate toggle in there? That has been out for a long time right? I have never really been able to get that working properly. Does it work for anyone else?
    2010-10-20 04:59 AM
  17. skj8100's Avatar
    I bought Fullscreen For Safari almost as soon as I saw it. I thought it was a great idea. I was, however, disappointed with the experience soon after configuring the options.

    One of the best things about mobile Safari is the seemingly intelligent way that it (usually) handles zooming in on different parts of web pages. So when using Fullscreen for safari, this behavior is affected. Either safari zooms on the wrong part of the web page when trying to toggle fullscreen (double tap), or the triple-tap just simply didn't work for me when I tried to use that instead.

    Also (only an opinion), but I found that using the double finger swipe method for forward and back navigation, I thought it was terribly inefficient to have to use two hands. I can usually get around in safari using only my thumb as I hold the phone in portrait orientation.

    Anyone else experience the same thing? Also, maybe I'm missing something configuration-wise. If so, please send me a clue - my $1.49 was spent (foolishly) on an app I uninstalled 5 mins after I bought it.

    Again, a terrific idea that didn't work for me at all.
    Yep. I pretty much agree with all your views...

    GPower Pro is a pretty big evolutionary step backwards from SBSettings, which has all the same options, plus "safe mode", and is free. That's like re-inventing the wheel and making it oval.
    I would be surprised if it did not use more memory as well....
    Last edited by skj8100; 2010-10-20 at 05:28 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2010-10-20 05:28 AM
  18. StealthBravo's Avatar
    iTracker looks pretty sweet
    2010-10-20 05:41 AM
  19. Dragon M.'s Avatar
    Just wondering what the advantage to iTracker is as opposed to iLocalis?
    2010-10-20 06:41 AM
  20. Just'N's Avatar
    I really look forward to these articles thank you mmi. i usually always find something useful. I was expecting to see a new sim card manager app with 4.1 support, this week, does anyone know of one?
    2010-10-20 06:59 AM
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