iCloseBy is the world's first real-space social networking software. iCloseBy
uses the built-in Wi-Fi communication of Apple iPhone, iPods and PCs,
and turns these devices into homing beacons, broadcasting, or just
listening, for other copies of iCloseBy. Instead of logging onto a social
networking site and searching through lists of far away strangers who
may be living in virtual fantasy lands, iCloseBy finds other people who are
in the exact same location, at the exact same time, as each other.
Listen to more than 5 million tracks for free with Last.fm on your iPhone.
Create personal radio stations based on any artist or genres, and listen to commercial free music
for hours. With Last.fm on the iPhone you can also check out artist bios and concert information
and share your favorite tracks with your friends using the iPhone contact list.
The more you listen, the more Last.fm learns what you like and recommends new music based on taste.
PocketTweets is a Web-based Twitter client for the Apple iPhone. See the
latest tweets from your contacts, update your status remotely, or see
what's happening around the world by viewing the public timeline. -- all
via EDGE or WiFi. PocketTweets was built from the ground up to support
Apple's new phone platform. We hope you enjoy it.
Author/Publisher: Second Gear & The Pixel Implosion
Scrobbled is a daemon (it runs in the background) for scrobbling songs to Last.fm.
To use: enter your Last.fm account information and modify Scrobbled's settings in Settings.app.
Installation note: Scobbled is off, by default, after installation. Turn it on in Settings.app.
Author/Publisher: Eric M. & Skylar C.
Modification Date: September 19, 2008
Requirements: iPhone OS 2.x
File Size: 109 Kb
Or download with Cydia on your iPhone
Repository (STE Packaging): http://repo.smxy.org/cydia/apt/
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Introducing the first Open Source app that lets you write posts, upload
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With support for both WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (2.5.1 or
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