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Acrobits Softphone: App Week

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MAY 27, 2010

SIP SIP SIP.  I am not drinking coffee, I am talking about the first blog entry in a series we call "App of the Week."  Each week a guy (or gal) here will write about an app they love or hate.  First up, Acrobit's Softphone app.

Let me give you a little...

iPhone Siddur Allowed in Bathroom?

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MAY 24, 2010

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Jewish Life, or more specifically, life in accordance with Jewish Law in today’s technologically advanced era, has never been more exciting...

GSM Buzz Begone!

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MAY 18, 2010

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Anyone who uses GSM based phones, namely iPhone's, have been plagued by "GSM Buzz" when in an area with poor reception and next to speakers. If you don't know what I am talking about, check the video.

A good day in my office gives me one bar of reception...

AT&T 3G MicroCell

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MAY 18, 2010

Today is a special day at RustyBrick. We now have an AT&T 3G MicroCell installed at the office. That means that we all have 5 bars now, well - Verizon Wireless users always had five bars, but now all RB iPhone users have five bars now...

Siddur's Mizrach Compass With Options

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MAY 11, 2010

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A new version of our iPhone Siddur is now available for download, as a free upgrade. I wanted to share one of the many changes we made to the application. We added a feature to change how we calculate the Mizrach compass...

Apple iPhone & Verizon Wireless

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MAY 6, 2010

Can you imagine the iPhone on Verizon Wireless? Forget the fact that the day Verizon supports the iPhone is the same day AT&T's network becomes stable. Forget the fact that so many more devices will be sold. More of our apps will be downloaded and that is what is important to iPhone App...

Apple's Newton & iPad

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MAY 5, 2010

In 1993/4 or so, my dad had a MessagePad using the Apple Newton mobile platform. The Newton was well beyond its time and it was the iPad of the 90s - well, kind of. In any event, in high-school my dad got bored with it and I was the only one in my high-school with an Apple Newton...

iPhone Apps Work On iPhones, Not The Blackberry

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APRIL 30, 2010

One of the most annoying questions we get here about our iPhone Apps are do they work on other devices, such as the Blackberry, Android or Palm Pre. We ever have people asking us if they work on iPod Classics. This question comes to us typically about twice per week, and sometimes more...

The iPad Torah

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APRIL 27, 2010

Our first iPad only app was approved today, it is named the iPad Torah. The iPad Torah is basically a scan of the Torah (bible) scroll on your iPad. It adds a few nifty features as well...

Hebrew iPhone Luach iCal Subscriptions

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APRIL 27, 2010

This is a small but very important enhancement for our Hebrew speaking users of the iPhone Siddur. Now, the method to subscribe to your Luach events, the Jewish events in your iPhone Siddur, now supports Hebrew characters...

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