Ever wondered what’s in that shampoo you’ve been using? Curious about that custard? Scared that your sweater was made in a sweatshop by children? Now you can find information about the health, environmental, and social impacts of products in your home and elsewhere using your iPhone.
iModem, one of the few for-purchase applications left that requires an iPhone to be jailbroken, allows users to tether their phones (use them as cellular data modems) via USB cables on Windows systems. Most tethering solutions thus far have required the use of a WiFi connection, requiring sometimes difficult setup.
iPhone/iPod touch only: Popular to-do list manager Remember The Milk has officially hit the iTunes App Store as a native application for your iPhone or iPod touch.
It looks like it wasn’t enough that US President-Elect Barack Obama was the first candidate to get his own iPhone app. Sure, that may have been enough while he was just a candidate, but now that he’s won the election he’ll be getting his own interactive iPhone game, too.
Analyst backs lower iPhone production numbers
Apple is indeed producing far fewer iPhones than it was earlier this year, writes UBS analyst Maynard Um. Echoing statements from Friedman Billings Ramsey, Um notes that checks with the supply chain indicate that iPhone levels are down by 1.7 million to 2.3 million.
Livestrong.com announces calorie tracker for iPhone
Fitness site Livestrong.com has announced the release of a new calorie tracker application for the iPhone and iPod touch. The tracker allows people to record foods they eat during a day, as well various exercises they have engaged in. Calories are then automatically tallied ,and fat, carbohydrate and protein intake can be shown shown with the click of a button.