Cairo just got CircleTied
With CircleTie for Egypt you can:
✓ Discover the top new places around you
✓ Tell your friends or tell everyone that you are at your favorite place having a good time
✓ Write tips about what’s hot and what’s not at the place you’re in
✓ Find out what your favorite cinema is playing
If you had the money, would you buy an iPad or an iPhone 4?
I’m a heavy user and let’s face it; our iPhone’s battery is inadequate. Take it from someone who has 2 chargers at home, a car charger, several iPhone USB cables and a portable external charger (called iPwr). I personally consider a 1 day battery life is a miracle. and I have looked everywhere for tips and tricks on how to extend its life… and I’d like to share my experience with you. Continue reading »
I have been reviewing this forum for quiet some time now, and I noticed that most of you are looking for a voice activated GPS application. After some research, I came across the iGo application for the iphone. Well, it doesnt have all the features that the Ndrive or Tomtom offer. However, it does the job!
After trying the application for about 15 mins, here are the pros and cons, in my opinion: Continue reading »
Yet another GPS app with the infamous Cairo map from Teleatlas. But what is unique here is that it’s the first good one on the app store for Egypt. One should not expect the same quality as European maps, Egypt has just entered the GPS market as of late, due to the government ban. Many GPS fans will be happy with this new app, others not so much. Nevertheless it’s a decent application one worth buying if you’re a GPS person. The price is steep for an app, Ndrive Egypt will set you back EGP 385 ($70). Although using your iPhone as a GPS is a different story, you might want to consider an independent GPS hardware, like Garmin etc… Continue reading »
Egypt Yellow Pages iPhone Application
Egypt Yellow Pages, the Local Search company and official publisher of Yellow Pages products in Egypt, announced on June 12, 2009 the release of its Mobile Yellow Pages for iPhone 3G.
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Yes remember when Apple said it couldn’t be done? Cheaper and weaker phones could send picture messages why Apple believes the original iPhone can’t surely beats me. So anyways here is how to enable MMS for iPhone running 3.0
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NB. this only applies to Mobinil users.
First, download this carrier update and then type this into the Terminal.
"defaults write com.apple.iTunes carrier-testing -bool TRUE"
Finally, start up iTunes and option-click the Restore button and select the ipcc file.
Once the update is complete you’ll see Internet Tethering under your network settings. Continue reading »
This is not exactly “news”, SwirlyMMS has been there since ages, but the correct settings are the real problem here… You try calling customer service and they have no clue what the MMS settings are, and they just tell you what they know best, or the only thing that they do: “We’re sorry Sir/Madame, iPhones do not support MMS, oh and how come you have your internet working? You are not subscribed, it shouldn’t be working!” Continue reading »