We first introduced the official WordPress for iPhone app back in October 2010. Many blogging addicts and Internet Marketing professionals feel that progress on the mobile app side of the open source giant has been very slow. Now we have seen a recent update and it has brought a few crucial features.
DuoSense works with Google AdSense for Content, AdSense for Feeds, AdSense for Mobile and AdSense for Search. AdSense for Domains, Youtube and AdSense accounts with two-factor authentication are NOT supported.
Google AdSense is the most widely used ad network online. iPhone App for Google AdSense. If you want to check your revenue on the run you can find a variety of good apps in the App Store but most are pricey.
Google + has arrived in a big way. You might have noticed the little +1 buttons in your Google search results for the last few weeks but nobody really had much of an idea what it was about until now. Essentially Google + is another attempt by Google at launching
Twitter announced on June 1st that they will now be allowing users to attach and upload pictures directly to Twitter when they update their status. A new partnership with Photobucket allows Twitter the capability to store the images. This latest announcment confirms that soon official Twitter apps on the various mobile platforms will also allow […]
Vimeo has become a powerful player in the online social video arena. According to Wikipedia, as of March 2010, Vimeo had over 3 million members and an average of more than 16,000 new videos uploaded daily. Of course YouTube is still number one but Vimeo does command market share and their new iPhone app is […]
Apple patents “Places” as their answer to the location based local business craze. Foursquare and Gowalla started a big revolution in local advertising with their Check-In services. Users can quickly “check-in” to a local business to notify their social network of where they are. Local advertisers can benefit from the viralness of the program and […]
Skyfire is a not so new application for iPhone and iPad that enables flash videos on your phone. Skyfire is its own browser, not an add on for Safari. This is a little inconvenient but its manageable for the days when I want to watch a news video etc.
Google Latitude also allows you some different privacy features. You can set your location to share at a city level, hide your location, or turn off the background updating at any time. I can see a lot of great ways that a team or organization could utilize this program. Because Google Latitude is universal on […]
Google Voice is now available for iPad and iPod touch! This brings an almost phone experience to your non-phone Apple mobile devices. Although these non cell-phone devices still won’t make phone calls (sorry, not a VOIP product), you can still initiate calls and choose which of your phones to send the call to via a […]