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10-09-2008, 08:36 PM #61
10-10-2008, 11:40 PM #62
BTW, one should also consider WritingPad as an input method. Instead of typing, you trace the outline of the word on the keyboard. Works very well. Works the same way with email, no SMS. Has it's own memo storage. Free.
10-11-2008, 10:35 AM #63
i don't understand why apple did not release the email and text landscape from the start. that was (one of) their big things was the rotating screen, but they just kept it to safari. now when i download the new FWs, i always turn my screen in hopes that it will surprise me, but it's a no go =(
10-11-2008, 11:12 AM #64
I'm sorry, but whenever I hear anyone actually admit they go for looks over functionality esepcially with anything technical I can't help but ROFLMAO. It's like saying "oh, it's raining out, but I'm going to where my canvas sneakers instead of my boots anyways because they look prettier." The way it looks means absolutely nothing when it comes to technology, function always and only.
Last edited by f_itunes; 10-11-2008 at 11:19 AM.
10-11-2008, 07:52 PM #65
7,091 Views at this thread at this time.... this only shows Apple how much we want this on our iPhones and how they should have included it with it right from the start.....
10-18-2008, 02:28 PM #66
10-18-2008, 02:35 PM #67
...and take a look at the price of Pocket PC apps over at Handango. You'll find very little for 0.99 over there. I sometimes feel embarrased at the value I get from apps that cost so little.
Incidentally, who got FireMail while it was free? An excellent landscape mailer, better than the ones I paid for, and it includes predefined text entries.
12-07-2008, 04:44 AM #68
I been looking for apps that use landscape till i finaly gave up and decided to take my phone in. My keyboard does not work unless its in landscape mode. More mainly for changing to numbers. Kinda sucks but anyway i got biteSMS from the darkside of the iphone and was glad it worked. Their whole front is to use their SMS service to buy credits. But you can change the setting to Use Carrier and it will send it like a regular text. Landscape mode, Totaly free works just like the original SMS in the iPhone. But you do have to have Cydia to get it i hate to say. I looked in the App store too i just did not like what they had. No trial or anything. There were some but i just wanted basic SMS.
And when i get my replacement iPhone I think i will still use it. It is kinda a shame we have to go "find" programs to do what we want to do but i guess if Apple was going to release it they would not allow the Apps on the AppStore since it would infringe on something apple does or in the future will do...