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Tweetie 2 ,Fast And Powerful Twitter Client For iPhone

The Twitter client that redefined Twitter clients is back, and it’s even better. Rewritten from the ground up with a fast and powerful new core, Tweetie 2 offers the most polished mobile Twitter experience around.Tweetie is one of Gizmodo’s best iPhone Apps of 2008.

  • Seamlessly handle multiple Twitter accounts
  • Explore all of Twitter, from your own timeline and mentions, to the favorite tweets of your followers and friends
  • Full persistence: more than just caching tweets, Tweetie 2 restores your entire UI if you quit or get a phone call
  • Fantastic new offline mode. Read, tweet, favorite, follow, save to Instapaper and more even when you don’t have a connection. Your actions will be synced as soon as you go back online
  • Full landscape support (configurable of course)
  • Live-filter your tweet stream
  • Post photos and videos, even configure your own custom image host
  • Vastly improved compose screen with recent hashtags, @people picker, URL shortening and more
  • Compose screen multiple-attachments manager
  • Drafts manager ensures you never lose a tweet (and you can even send drafts to Birdhouse)
  • Link Twitter contacts to Address Book contacts
  • Follow, unfollow, block and unblock from multiple accounts simultaneously
  • Saved searches sync with Twitter.com and the upcoming Tweetie 2 for Mac
  • Autocomplete recent searches and Go-to-user

This is just the beginning. Tweetie 2 is already built to take advantage of great new features coming from Twitter, so expect updates turning them on soon!Sail through your tweets with blazing fast scrolling. Switch between multiple accounts. There is no limit on the number of tweets you can load.

Source: Atebits.com


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Wells Fargo launches commercial banking iPhone app

Banking institution Wells Fargo has released CEO Mobile, a new iPhone application. Separate from the company’s regular banking app, CEO Mobile is designed to handle corporate and commercial transactions. Users can monitor balances, approve payments and view ongoing account activity.

The app further allows managing exception items, and resetting user passwords. Alerts are sent out for particular events, such as wires or ACH Fraud Filter reports that require a decision. The app is a free download, but only officially compatible with iPhones, not iPod touches.

Full Story:http://www.macnn.com/articles/09/11/11/handles.high.level.business.transactions/


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Apple Announces Black Friday Sale – Shopping Special

The day after Thanksgiving over in the States, is the day to hit up Apple TGI Black Friday as apparently they are having a One Day Shopping Special, which will be held at their online store on the 27th of November, and no doubt that one day special signifies great deals to be gained on Apple products.

Everyone wants something that Apple has for a lower price, so you could well pick up that iPhone you’ve always wanted, or maybe you’ve been waiting for a time when you can grab an iPod at a cheaper price, then again you may be after a Mac computer.

Shoppers getting ready for the biggest day in the American shopping calendar are instead told to head online or in store on the 27th.

Whatever you are looking for that is Apple take advantage of their One Day Special and visit their online store on the 27th of November or you may just miss out on that special Apple bargain. And don’t forget all the Apple accessories as well for you iPhone and other Apple gear.


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Cisco Launches iPhone Security App

Cisco is offering a free iPhone app that will allow people to get customized alerts on new security threats and other information for safe Web browsing.

The app provides information about new malware signatures, bulletins for how to mitigate against threats, ways to see if particular Web sites are compromised, as well as links to podcasts and videos.

The Cisco SIO To Go iPhone app gets its information from the company’s Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) system which gathers information in real time from 700,000 sensors located at customer sites, ISPs, and other sites around the world. The data from the disparate sources allows Cisco engineers to do threat correlation to detect Internet attacks and spam campaigns.

The app is designed for professionals and security geeks, not the average consumer, said Michael Weir, Cisco security marketing director.

“I can make it applicable to my needs and the security needs of my [enterprise] network,” he said.

Source: Cnet.com


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Super Monkey Ball 2 Finally Coming to iPhone

Super Monkey Ball, the iPhone game that set the $9.99 ceiling price for several major game titles that followed is expected to have a sequel launched just in time for holiday. Sega has announced that “Super Monkey Ball 2” will debut with 115 new levels, a local Wi-Fi multiplayer option, highly improved graphics and, most notably the game will feature an enhanced control system.

Despite the huge commercial success of the original game when it launched for iPhone in July of 2008, micro-gamers were critical of Super Monkey Ball’s control sensitivity. Causing major frustration for avid users accustomed to rocking the little balled wonder ape on home consoles.

“After playing a late build of the sequel, it seems they’ve made real strides in the controls,” said Arnold Kim for TouchArcade, “In particular, I found turning to be much more precise than in the original.”

Mini-games are also expected to be added to Super Monkey Ball 2 with the first game being Monkey Bowling, later followed by Monkey Golf and Monkey Target that will be added as free updates in early 2010. Currently Super Monkey Ball is on sale for $3.99. No price has been announced yet for Sega’s long overdue sequel. (sneak peek video after the break).

Source: iPhonesavior.com


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