Gradly.net iPhone App is now available on the App Store

Written by Gradly on . Posted in Apple, blog, Download, Giveaways, iPhone, News

I’m very pleased to announce that the official blog App has finally made its way to the App Store, Listed below what you expect to get in this version:
  • Access to the latest blog posts.
  • Get exclusive free content and giveaways. stay tuned in the few coming days 🙂
  • Working on vertical & Horizontal views.
  • Keep contact with twitter updates as they happen.
  • Share posts and stories on popular social networks, twitter, facebook or by email.
  • Stay up-to-date with news and events.
  • Access flickr gallery and tumblr posts.
  • Stay connected to youtube videos.
More to come soon inshallah. Any comments or suggestions are highly appreciated.

Apple iOS 4.3 change log revealed

Written by Gradly on . Posted in Apple, blog, iPhone, News, Rants & Raves

UPDATE:

iOS 4.3 is Available Now, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV, Direct Download Repository Here
Known issues: Telephony * MMS pictures are rotated 90 degrees * Delay in activating FaceTIme after SIM swap * Delay when zooming in and out in Safari * FTP tool sometimes errors out WiFi * If SIM card is removed with personal hotspot is enabled, iPhone panics Bluetooth * D2D apps are not opening Other * Sound remains on even though the device is muted Issues Fixed Since iOS 4.3 8F5132f Accessibility * Fixed issue that prevented controls from being dismissed in some cases * Addressed issue where the keyboard could not be brought back when highlighting and swiping through search results * Voice over now reads the entire chart in stocks app while in landscape mode AirPlay * Fixed slideshow stop after 15 image when using AirPlay Baseband& Telephony * iPhone -> 04.08.00 * Enabled Traffic Volume Indicator IE in CELL UPDATE * Fixed issue with integrity protection failing after SRNS relocation * Fixed issue of iPhone units deactivating and not activating after baseband logging is enabled * iPad -> 07.11.00 * Fixed issue of Physical channel reconfiguration failure during a reselection procedure * Fixed issue of the UE missing a page because it is decoding and responding to RRC Setup messages meant for other UEs Bluetooth * Fixed incorrect auto routing with LG HBM-210 on FaceTime calls CalDAV * Fixed canceled recurring calendar events still shows on the event list Calendar * Fixed deleting a recurring events make the alarm go away * Fixed all-day alarm fired an hour early Exchange * Fixed exchange calendar event duplicating when passing Israeli daylight savings time Fonts * Letter ł is now visible in notes Keyboard * Fixed missing accented letters in European keyboard popups * Increase font size for China and Pinyin inputs * Fixed auto-correction issue when switch back from Emoji to English keyboard * Added inline space with Pingyin inputs * Corrected “Undo” translation in Simplified Chinese to “撤销” Localization * Updated inconsistent translation in Chinese, Finnish, Norwegian, Korean, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, * Fixed missing Chinese characters in Pinyin * Improved common phrases used in Chinese * Improved common phrased used in Japanese * 劲歌金曲 is no longer missing * Fixed issue that produced unexpected output when trying to type 从前门进入果 * 一点儿 now ranked higher than 一点二 * Word completion candidates capability now available for Chinese language * Added additional common phrases for character 耍 * Fixed issue that caused the wrong candidates to be displayed (J: “間スコット”) when “ますこっと” is input * “軽さ(かるさ)” now in the candidate Mail * Fixed orientation of mail application not following device orientation under specific conditions * Fixed popover when drilling into a thread while the empty search field is focused * Fixed mail message view and orientation when quickly selecting a message and hitting edit mode Messaging * Fixed MMS messages with vCards scrolling up Phone * Fixed screen not drawing properly when Nike+ is in the background Status bar * Added new icon for wifi tethering for personal hotspot on status bar Web * Fixed issue that caused Safari and other apps to crash after loading certain heavy Websites WiFi * Fixed Personal Hotspot password failure with 22+ characters VoiceOver * Added support to for “find” in Safari * Fixed wallpaper titles for VoiceOver [via: bgr]

Apple to remove home button on next iPad and iPhone

Written by Gradly on . Posted in Apple, blog, Gossips, iPhone, News, Rants & Raves

We just got some pretty wild information from one of our Apple sources and while it’s hard to believe at first, it does make sense. We have exclusively been told that the reason Apple just added multitouch gestures for the iPad in the latest iOS 4.3 beta is because the iPad will be losing the home button. Yes, we are told that Apple, at some point in time, will remove the home button from the iPad’s design. Instead of button taps, you will use new multitouch gestures to navigate to the home screen and also to launch the app switcher. That’s not all, however. In addition to the home button disappearing from the iPad, we’re told that this change will make its way over to the iPhone as well. Our source said Apple employees are already testing iPads and iPhones with no home buttons on the Apple campus, and it’s possible we will see this new change materialize with the next-generation iPad and iPhone devices set to launch this year. Additionally, we’re told Apple’s popular photo-taking application, Photo Booth, will be appearing on the next iPad. It’s also very possible that we’ll see iLife apps for iOS unveiled around the iPad 2 release as well. It has been said that Steve Jobs didn’t want any physical buttons on the original iPhone at first, and it looks like he may soon get his wish. [via: BGR]

Twitter Just Got Its Most Beautiful iPad App! TweetMag

Written by Gradly on . Posted in Apple, blog, iPhone, News, Reviews, Social Networks, Twitter

TweetMag

TweetMag is, without a doubt, the most beautiful Twitter app that ever landed on the iPad. Yes, TweetMag is more attractive than Flipboard.

TweetMag revolves around a simple idea: every user, list or search can become a tweetmag. Instead of allowing you to select the people you follow and tell the app “hey, let’s make a magazine out of this stream”, TweetMag is capable of converting almost any kind of Twitter stream into an app-optimized digital magazine. A tweetmag stands out because of its attention to typography, great use of whitespace, elegant layout and the way it (magically) displays content by relevance. [Link 4.99$]

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