Apple IPhone In And Out: The Next Step: Sharing Online, Having Fun, Conclusion

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Let's go online

The online capability of the iPhone is among the most exciting since the Safari is the most advanced browser seen on a mobile phone to date. Yet, the Apple phone lacks some embedded online features, an IM client and a RSS reader just to name a few.

That's no longer the case after a jailbreak. The Apollo application is a nice IM client that supports MSN, ICQ, AIM and .Mac. It doesn't have contact list filtering (user status, custom groups), however it can haged the connection even when the iPhone goes to standby (normally the Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) connection would switch itself off when the handset is in standby). If the Apollo just doesn't seem enough, there are some other available IRC clients - the iRCm and Colloquy.





Listing the available accounts • the ICQ contact list • texting away

The MobileRSS reader is a native application for browsing RSS feeds. The MobileCast is a similar application that however allows users to subscribe to their favorite webcasts and listen to them without syncing with iTunes.



Setting up our RSS feed

Listening to online streaming radio is possible too with the iRadio application. It also has a preloaded list of radios to suit every taste.



The preset list of online radios

Flickr integration is available with the iPhone through a native application too. The Pushr application takes selected pictures directly from the handset's capturing camera album and uploads them, while iFlickr directly opens the capturing camera viewfinder to shoot an image for upload.



Setting up iFlickr

When it comes to pictures, it's worth noting that sending them as email attachments results in automatic resizing. With the SendPics application that's no longer necessary. Another application by the same author is called SendSong and it obviously allows sending songs from the music album via email. It's also used to add recent ringtones to the iPhone, however a known bug is that all custom ringtones will acquire lost upon syncing with iTunes.

When it comes to pictures, it's worth noting that sending them as email attachments results in automatic resizing. With the SendPics application that's no longer necessary. Another application by the same author is called SendSong and it obviously allows sending songs from the music album via email.

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