Posts Tagged ‘Push Apps’

Over the last few years, Cydia has gone from strength to strength to become a very formidable alternative to the official App Store experience that Apple provides on their iOS devices. The official repositories that power Cydia is literally packed to the rafters with packages, tweaks and extensions that have been released for users of jailbroken Apple devices. It may not seem like it on the face of things, but Cydia is actually extremely similar to Apple’s store in the fact that packages are regularly updated and require users to physically download the new version of the software to the device when a developer pushes it out.

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iPhone 3GS Ad: Concert

By | April 7th, 2010

Yet another iPhone 3GS ad has just been aired by Apple. As usual, they have nailed it well, showing off what the iPhone is better at doing than any of its competitors.

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If you have activated your iPhone through an unauthorized carrier (aka hacktivation) on iPhone 3.x, then your Push Notifications functionality in most cases will be broken. Even if you have tried getting it to work through “PushFix” via iPhoneil available in Cydia, it wont work as that fix uses a single shared certificate for all users who have installed it. This causes battery drainage and huge use of cellular data access.

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Facebook version 3.1 app for iPhone and iPod touch is out! and it brings the much needed support for Push Notification System, along with ability to sync facebook contacts with the native iPhone contacts app. The change log of Facebook 3.1 iPhone app is as follows.

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We are giving away 5 (five) keys of PushFix 2.0 for unlocked iPhone 3.x for free with absolutely no strings attached. To qualify for the giveaway, you must have a jailbroken + hacktivated/unlocked iPhone (which is not activated with AT&T) because there is no point in giving it away to those who don’t need it. You are also required to join RedmondPie.com and PushFix.info facebook fanpages (if you haven’t already) and then leave a comment here on this post you are reading with a legitimate email address for contact. Winners will be notified by email.

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Those of you who have activated your iPhone through an unauthorized carrier (aka hacktivation) on iPhone 3.x, then your Push Notification functionality in most cases will be broken. Even if you have tried getting it to work through “PushFix” via iPhoneil available in Cydia, it wont work as that fix uses a single shared certificate for all users who have installed it. This causes battery drainage and huge use of cellular data access.

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There are times when you are sitting in your office and totally committed to your work, you hardly get a chance or even a thought to leave your seat and go to the nearest window to have a look on how the weather is like. This is where Outside App steps in! It brings to you a very nice looking graphical representation of outside world, and in process showing you the real time weather conditions right on your iPhone. Here is a quick glimpse on how the app looks like on the iPhone.

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PushMail is an alternative app to GPush which was recently pulled by Apple from the App Store due to server issues. PushMail simply requires you to register a free username at dopushmail.com which basically sends you Push Notifications upon the arrival of a new email message at your Gmail, Hotmail or any other email account.

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iTwitter is a fast, flexible, rich featured twitter client for iPhone and iPod Touch. It has a lot of cool features that you see in other twitter apps but rarely put together. It offers everything you’d expect for a good twitter client, from you timeline to search. It is such a powerful twitter client with simple user interface, people will find no difficulties to use all the features at all.

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According to Apple, Multitasking or running apps in the background causes security problems and it negatively impacts battery life so they introduced Push Notification System. Here’s our top pick for the apps that can “Push” notifications.

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