Facebook updated its iPhone app today, which focuses heavily on Facebook Places and adds the ability to unfriend someone from your phone.
You can now check in to events such as concerts, TV shows, etc. and view venues on a built-in map. It’s nothing earth-shattering — and nothing we haven’t already seen on Foursquare — but still a nice update.
If you want to unfriend someone, click the arrow in the top right corner of his or her profile. You’ll get a new menu with the “unfriend” option.
Panorama Concepts today is proud to announce the global release of the Rotary Ring app, designed specifically for the iPhone. The app is a combination of amazing rotary phone designs and the nostalgic memories of the 1950s-1960s.
Before downloading the app, you may wonder, Why do I still need Rotary Dial Telephones? True! In this age of cellular technology where we have video conference calls, 3G, an old rotary dial phone is about as useful as morse codes. Though, we should not forget that a phone’s major task is still: place and receive calls. This is one task the Rotary Ring does quite well and in a stylish and elegant fashion. Also, with this mechanical dialling, you can think twice whether or not to make that call!
Independent developer Tal Shumski today is pleased to announce the official launch of Keyboard 2, his new application for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The utility is already proving immensely popular. Keyboard 2 provides a full screen keyboard with double sized buttons to facilitate sending text messages and other communications.
The keyboard features an ABC and numeric layout, complete with common punctuation marks on the main keyboard. Users can customize configurations for ease of use. Numbers are presented in a typical keyboard layout that includes all the accompanying special characters. The keyboard is semi-transparent and content is displayed behind the buttons. Users can adjust the level of the keyboard’s transparency, text color, font size and button color to accommodate a variety of personal preferences.