one of the Benfits of Mac OSX is the ability to have a guEst account where someone else can use your computer without having access to your files, browsing history and settings. Previously we have seen some step in multi user use of the iPad with the iPad Switch app.
if however you have a jailbroken iPad or iPhone there is a tweak which might help you to share your device with someone by having separate profiles.
Share an iPad? A new tweak is on its way to that other app store that should make your life a little easier: user profiles for iOS. The mod, dubbed iUsers, adds a user login button to the iPad's lock screen. The tweak segregates application data and preferences between users, meaning that user A's Angry Birds score won't muddle and mix with User B's perfect three-star rating. App installations, music, and video content are currently shared between users, but the tweak's creators hope to remedy that in a future update. It's a jailbreak only mod, of course, but still a neat feature we'd love to see implemented in future versions of iOS. The iUsers tweak should be hitting Cydia soon, but folks who want an early peek can snag it now by following the instructions in the source link.Permalink  Need some a wordpress plugin forum.
We're less than 12 hours clear of iOS 4.3.4 hitting the streets, and already posters at Redmond Pie claim to have a PwnageTool 4.3.3 bundle that unlocks it. Ready to roll on every device except for the iPad 2, this tethered jailbreak brings back Cydia and anything else you might have missed after foolishly updating this afternoon. Any brave souls ready to jump in (at their own risk of course) immediately can find directions at the source link below, let us know how it's worked for you in the comments. via EnGadgetOne thing that is becoming more clear however is that with the amount of updates that apps provide it makes piracy of apps via jailbreaking NOT the main reason for jailbreaking as you won't get any of the benefits. So for Software and apps, simply purchase it, and for tinkering with the operating system as a developer or hacker feel free to jailbreak.a SEOPressor delivers automatic blog promotion.
Nick Pack, an
iDroid developer, has just posted a video of an iPhone
3G running Android 2.3 Gingerbread (video embedded after the
break). It’s pretty sluggish, and the video quality is poor, but the
proof of concept is clear: it’s certainly Android 2.3 on an iPhone.
The same developer went
on to add that it’s still very early days for the port, and
that the “iPhone 4 port is under way and progressing steadily.” Of
course, once it runs on the iPhone 4, the Android 2.3 on the iPad is
just the tiniest of baby steps away.
While a public release of Android 2.3
for iPhone is probably a few weeks away, a stable build of Android
2.2 for iPhone is available from the iDroid site;
installation is pretty easy, and it runs quite well too.
so there you have it. A great way to get the best of both
worlds on an iPhone 3G. I have also left a video clip of this
above for you to have a look at. Though there may have been
performance issues with iOS 4 on the iPhone 3G, I am sure that when a
stable release of Android is ready, it should be usable. As
mentioned above, all of you iPhone 4 owners out there should also be
able to get in on the action soon as there will be a version of Android
for iPhone is in the works at the moment.
However, I should warn you that you will need to jailbreak
your iPhone if you want to try this out for yourselves.
I don’t know about you, but it is about time that this happened.
After neglecting the “apps” scene for a while, Napster has finally launched an official app for Apple’s iOS operating system, giving users a well-known alternative to the device’s concentrated connection to iTunes.
Napster, completely divorced from its illegal peer-to-peer sharing roots, lets users stream unlimited music for a $10 monthly fee. The company tried for a while to sell its own dedicated MP3 players linked to user accounts, but that venture never really worked out.
Instead of developing dedicated mobile apps, Napster had until now tried a different strategy. It set up a catch-all mobile website for every smartphone user to access. But that site didn’t give access to streaming music, only offering MP3 downloads that would be delivered directly to the phone’s hard drive. Subscribers to Napster get a limited number of downloads every month.
Today, Napster has officially launched the , which not only gives users access to those downloads, but to the more than 8 million streaming songs available as well. It is a free but of course requires the $10 monthly fee to get any use out of.
Napster also last month released an app for Internet-connected Samsung TVs, allowing users to stream their music directly to the silver screen. There’s no word yet on an Android app or apps for other platforms, but clearly Napster is expanding in that way so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see more Napster apps popping up soon.
I don’t know about you, but this is what I like to see, applications that produce some sort of competition on a mobile platform. Of course, if you own an iPhone or an iPad and have a napster subscription, then you will definitely want to have a look at this.
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