Google Tweaks Sync for iOS Devices
Google today announced that it has added three new features to its Google Sync service. Google Sync lets users keep their phone's native mail and calendar apps in sync with Google's Gmail, Calendar, and Contacts. First, it adds the ability to search through a user's entire Gmail inbox and not just what's stored on the handset. Second, iPhone users can now use the iOS calendar application to accept/decline event invitations. Last, it now lets users send emails from any of the email addresses available in their Gmail account. The new features are available to regular Gmail users as well as Google Apps users.
Flipboard 2.0 Brings Editing Powers to iPhone
Flipboard has overhauled its application for the iOS platform, and the app is chock full of new features. Flipboard 2.0 offers Etsy integration, which means when users perform searches, the app will use the results to create a digital magazine on the fly.
TeleNav's Scout App for iPhone Gains Calendar Sync
TeleNav today provided an update to its Scout navigation app for the iPhone. Among the several new features added is the ability to sync Scout with the native iPhone calendar.
Vine Makes Sharing Easier By Enabling Web Embeds
Vine today pushed out a minor update to its iPhone video application that should make it easier to share Vine videos across the web. Vine videos can now be embedded within Tweets, in Facebook posts, and on the web with new sharing tools in the app.
Google's iOS Search App Is Better at Listening
Google today updated its Google Search application for iPhones and iPads. The revised app makes significant improvements to the voice recognition feature, and now streams words on the fly as they are spoken.
Google Maps for iOS Gains Contact Search and More
Google today provided an update to the iPhone version of Google Maps. Google Maps version 1.1 now lets users search through their Google Contact list from within the Maps app, as well as see saved addresses on the map when signed in.
Apple iPhone 4 (GSM)
3.5" display 640 x 960 pixels
Apple A4 processor
0 mAh battery
Headphone Jack (3.5mm)