Most of us won’t admit it but the one of the main arguments we have in buying an iPhone is due to the innumerable number of applications we can store in them – most specifically on game applications that we spend countless of hours playing whenever the mood strikes us. As such, we’re always on the lookout for the next iPhone game we can hang our hats on be addicted to it.
So when a revolutionary new racing game is being brewed up for the iPhone, we stand up and take attention. Word around the block is being said about a new technology in our iPhone gameplay that allows us to link the game Firemint Real Racing to Youtube courtesy of automatic video captures, which are recorded and uploaded on YouTube for the entire world to see. Talk about putting your best foot forward, huh?
If you happen to be one of those iPhone users that enjoy your Pocket Hercules of a mobile phone, yet still feel that you’re not getting the most out of it, then here’s news from the grapevine that will surely pique your curiosity.
Word around the 2009 WWDC is that there are a couple of new and extremely useful applications for the iPhone that has a lot of people buzzing with anticipation: the Tom Tom and the Zipcar
The first application is actually something a lot of iPhone users have been clamoring for a long time. It’s a new and ground-breaking app from Tom Tom that will turn your iPhone into your own personal navigation system. Despite having the appropriate hardware to allow this feature, the iPhone has never actually had a GPS application system. Although there hasn’t been a price tag attached to the Tom Tom, it is expected to hit the market soon and in doing so, finally giving iPhone users the navigation system it has long wanted.