Articles tagged with: iPhone app
Searching for an affordable flight is no small task these days.
So, it’s a good thing that Skyscanner (free) compares flights from more than 600 airlines.
The information you’re required to enter is simple:
select your departure and return locations and dates,
choose your passengers,
Skyscanner will search for the cheapest travel dates, provide details on itineraries, and let you book directly from the app via phone or Exploretrip.com.
You can create a favorite flight to reference in the future in order to check for updated prices.
Plus, your recent searches are listed at the bottom …
App world, Business App, Educational app, iPhone, iPhone 4, Lifestyle, Translation app »
The Apple App Store certainly doesn’t lack language translation apps, but some are unique enough to highlight as a ripe pick for Fresh Fruit.
CamDictionary ($4.99) from IntSig Information packs several features into a single app.
Whether you’re an international traveler or language translator, CamDictionary can recognize and translate text that you place in front of your iPhone’s rear camera.
Using viewfinder in the app, steady the device and pause the viewfinder, so you can tap a character, word, phrase, or sentence.
CamDictionary can translate up to 16 languages including Korean, traditional Chinese, Dutch, …
Fun, iPad, iPhone, iPhone and media, Media, Movies, Uncategorized »
IMDb, the Internet Movie Database, is an online movie central that offers largest collection of movie, TV shows and celebrity information. Now you can access this information right on your iPhone device via latest IMDb app.
The app provides you with every detail of movies and TV shows: lose yourself in Hollywood!
The IMDb iPhone & iPad app brings the whole mobile viewing IMDb experience at your fingertips. The app provides you information on a widest range of movie and TV titles, celebrities, movie showtimes, TV listings, trailers, photos, box office results, …
App world, Fun, iPhone, iPhone and media, iPhone in the real world, Media »
Although in Chinese, the video below well deserves a look: a fake Steve Jobs, a chinese one namely, holds a press conference yesterday in Hong Kong to celebrate the launch of the MTR Mobile (Hong Kong’s transportation ) subway app (check here the app, if you dare!).
The clone at the conference was local celebrity Law Kar-ying; Law seems to have studied the man he was emulating quite well: he gets everything right, from the gulps of bottled water to the Levis and turtleneck.
[Via Tuaw and winandmac.com]