2Do 1.2 iPhone To Do App released

GuidedWays has released version 1.2 of their iPhone/iPod touch To Do management app, 2Do. Some of the new features in 1.2 include: creation of projects/checklists, Microsoft Outlook support, better batch editing, recurring tasks support, share tasks between 2Do users via email, push notifications improvements and better synchronization. The app is currently being sold for $6.99 on the iTunes App Store. ...

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MobileMe Gallery app for the iPhone

Apple has released “MobileMe Gallery” for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app allows you to browse your published MobileMe photos and videos. You can also view your friends’ MobileMe galleries. The app is now available on the iTunes App Store for free. You can buy a 1 year subscription of MobileMe from Apple directly (single user: $99, family pack: ...

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Updates: Bonjour, Remote Desktop and Logic Pro

Apple has released Bonjour Update 2010-001. The update addresses problems with “iTunes and Apple TV connectivity”. Bonjour is a service discovery protocol designed to easily connect devices in a network. The update is available from the Apple Software Update Utility. Apple Remote Desktop was also updated. Apple released Remote Desktop Client 3.3.2 and Remote Desktop Admin 3.3.2. Both updates “addresses ...

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Having Problems with iPhone Push feature?

Today I faced a problem on my iPhone where I couldn’t get push notifications to work using Go and STC routers. I have finally found a fix. It turned out to be a DNS problem and all you have to do is to set the DNS on your iPhone. I hope this will be useful to anyone having this problem. ...

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ZAGG Sparq Quick Review UPDATED

IMPORTANT UPDATE: My ZaggSparq has just failed to charge or even work, I have checked with many of my friends who have reported the same problem. I Do Not Recommend Buying The ZaggSparq. Zagg is a company known for their legendary invisibleSHIELD, which helps protects any mobile and GPS devices from scratches, bought many of their shields in the past ...

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SaudiMac iPhone Photography Flickr Group

With just the iPhone camera, some photographers were able to capture some pretty interesting sights. Many of the photos aren’t high resolution quality works that you’d expect from a pro, and a lot of them look like Polaroids but they all serve a point. We all have cameras with us, so if you’re looking to better your photography, even if ...

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iTunes App Store: 3 billion downloads in 18 months

Apple has announced that the iTunes App Store had 3 billion downloads after 18 months of opening the App Store. The App Store had 1 billion downloads in April 2009 then 2 billion in September 2009. From Apple’s press release: “Three billion applications downloaded in less than 18 months—this is like nothing we’ve ever seen before,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s ...

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Posts of December 2009

As usual, here is the latest Posts of the Month. Remember we are always looking for more guest bloggers. Finally, don’t forget to check the Introduction to Mac course in Riyadh. First of all let’s welcome Mazen Al-Angary for joining the site and re-posting his articles here: The Tsunami Halo Effect, Macs in Saudi Arabia, The truth about Apple in ...

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My favorite iPhone apps in 2009

After over a year of using iPhone apps (and almost a year of using an iPhone 3G). Here is a list of my top iPhone applications that I will continue to use in 2010: 1Password Pro: password manager and data vault. Syncs with the Mac version of 1Password. Byline: a Google reader client, supports caching as well. BeejiveIM: an excellent ...

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The Apple iTablet

We always try to avoid scuttlebutt on SaudiMac. The Internet is full of them these days and we rather wait for something official from Apple first. So instead of echoing rumors here’s a comic by Mohammad Haque & Ananth Panagariya over at AppleGeeks. Hawk got an early release of the iTablet: Arabic version of this post at SaudiMac.net.

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