iPhone : 10 Utilitaires Pratiques (gratuit): “On parle souvent des jeux sur iPhone et iPod Touch mais très peu des utilitaires souvent gratuits qui parfois facilitent grandement la vie. Aujourd’hui je vous en propose quelques-uns : il y a entre autres des applications de localisation, un convertisseur d’unités de mesure, des dictionnaires, un gestionnaire de fichiers, etc. Je vous laisse découvrir cette première liste de 10 titres à vous de”
iPhone apps round-up: Stay in touch | Software | iPhone Central | Macworld: “iPhone apps round-up: Stay in touch
Also released: Next Read 2.0, College Radio Tuner, Talking Pics micro, others
by Philip Michaels, Macworld.com
Category | iPhone » Software
Two apps just arrived on the App Store take two different approaches to staying in touch in our increasingly connected world.”
iDrive Lite Backs Up Your iPhone Contacts for Free [Downloads]: “iPhone only: A bad sync, or a few clumsy finger swipes, can leave you with missing, duplicate, or otherwise messed-up iPhone contacts. iDrive Lite is a free app that stores contacts in the cloud….”
App Store DRM cracked, but what’s the point?: ”
Sunday, warez site Funky Space Monkey announced the release of Crackulous 0.9, a GUI front end to xCrack. Crackulous, as the name suggests, removes the DRM from App Store software, allowing users to distribute pirated programs outside of App Store channels without the developers or Apple getting paid. Crackulous was developed at Hackulo.us, a donation-supported forum dedicated to, well, stealing software. There’s really no way to put a good spin on it.
Crackulous is the brainchild of iPhone pirate Salad Fork, who notoriously called an early leak of his software ‘absolutely disgusting and downright insulting.’ Back in November, Mr. Fork became outraged when his pirating software was pirated and released without his consent or control. Today, he must be experiencing another wave of stress: the otherwise free Crackulous software has already been repirated and is being sold for ten bucks a pop in a new wave of poetic justice.
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(Via Infinite Loop.)