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- 09-17-2008, 09:59 AM #54iPhone Nanite
- 7 Posts
Every day we see more and more crap applications appearing on the APP store and yet two of the most obvious enhancements that would actually make a real difference to the usability of the phone remain unaddressed.
I need to divert my phone when in the car and yet there is no simple shortcut to doing so. Instead I have to go through Settings ->Phone-> Call Forwarding and toggle it on/off.
The calendar application is good but why no week view? There is screen space aplenty.
I can only assume that neither of these functions is possible due to Apple restricting access to system features.
- 09-19-2008, 06:23 PM #55iPhone Beginner
- 86 Posts
I need an app that can search contacts by typing in either part of the contact's name or telephone # like my trusty 'ol Sammy i760 WM 6.1 did for me. I second the request for a Sirius Player App like I had in WM environment.
Last edited by robdam1001; 09-19-2008 at 06:32 PM.
- 09-24-2008, 05:40 PM #56
What I'd like to see (I've looked and a few come close), is an application that allows FTP downloads to the iPhone/iPod Touch, and also allows file access to your computer (in a similar way to Files or Air Share), but without the requirement of being on the same wifi network.
I'm out in the field sometimes, and I sometimes need to grab a file from a remote location to get on my laptop where there is no wifi network, or it's a closed system I'm not authorized to access.
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- 10-11-2008, 11:44 AM #61
My company, like many others, runs on an accounting calendar. October runs from Sep 29 to Oct 26. I would love to see an app that let me choose the first and last day of each accounting month, then keep that layout in a calandar view. A bonus would be an option to grey out the weekends and holidays.
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- 10-31-2008, 09:08 AM #67
Review Request - PictureDialer
Review Request -
PictureDialer is the best way to call your friends. Why struggle through a list of names to find the friend you want to call when you can just look for their picture instead? PictureDialer gives you a scrolling customizable page of your friend’s pictures that makes dialing a glance and tap away. Need to call a different number than the default you selected, no problem, just tap twice. Sometimes you want to send a friend an email or text message instead, just tap three times to see a list of their email addresses and phone numbers for texting.
Special Features Include
• Tap One Time to Dial
• Tap Two Times for a List of All Numbers to Dial
• Tap Three Times for a List of Email Addresses and SMS Numbers to Dial
• Unlimited Number of People in Your List
Personalize Your List’s Look
▪ Choose Small Picture Sizes to Show More People at Once
▪ Choose Large Picture Sizes to Make Each Person Easy to Find and Call
▪ Select a Background Color - many to choose from.
▪ Choose From Many Picture Frame Styles
▪ Select a Loading Animation
▪ Change the Phone Type Badge (Home, Work, Mobile, Other), or Turn it Off
1.0 released October 12, 2008
New 1.1 Version on iStore11/4/08.
© 2008 Inius, Inc.
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- 11-10-2008, 11:32 AM #74
I'd like to see a simple celtx-like editor. Mainly a formatter, doesn't need cut & paste etc.
And it would be really cool to see it sync with the project central website.
fyi celtx is an open-source program that helps create screenplays for filmmakers etc.
I know I could do this in notepad, but I'd really like to have the auto format stuff.
- 05-13-2010, 10:24 AM #75iPhone Nanite
- 1 Posts
Request for app review - Numbric
Hi tipb team,
I wanna ask for your team to review my new app - Numbric. It turns your iPhone into a wireless number pad.
Numeric data input is always a pain with notebook-size keyboard. Numbric solves this problem. It offers you a near full-width number pad that connects wirelessly (over Wi-Fi) to your Mac.
While the idea of this kind of app is not new, Numbric does offer a unique feature set which should make it competitive against competing product.
In addition to these standard features:
* Numeric key pad
* Symbol key pad
We've put some unique features in the product:
* Gorgeous night mode – eye-comfy mode for use in dark condition
* Configurable zero key – optional double/triple zero key
* Return lock – made for spreadsheet user, set return key behavior between “move to cell below” and “move to next cell”
More about Numbric can be found here: http numbric dot com
Please message me if your team needs promo code.