Upcoming iPhone app reviews

I thought I’d do a quick hit list of upcoming app reviews that I have in the works, but which are still in the testing phases. First, and perhaps the coolest unexpected one is that the developer behind iSSH saw my list of 10 iPhone Apps for the Mobile Webmaster, noted that I mentioned iSSH ($4.99; direct iTunes link) as an alternate to pTerm ($4.99; direct iTunes link), but that I’d never used the app, and contacted me with a code for iSSH. So as soon as I have the time to use it a bit, I’ll be writing up a pTerm vs iSSH dual comparative review.

Also, I’m currently learning how to use SunVox for iPhone ($4.99; direct iTunes link), so that I can adequately review this pretty powerful little multi-platform modular music creation studio that also comes in flavors that run on the desktop and various other mobile platforms. Here’s SunVox’s website and a video of the app in use as a preview:

Create Digital Music also has a good write up of about this app.

I’m also a big fan of Beatmaker despite it’s hefty $19.99 price tag (direct iTunes link), so I’ll probably be putting together a comparative post on music apps that are available for the iPhone or iPod touch soon. If you have a music app that you think I should be including, please drop me an email: ck at sampletheweb dot com.

Also, in case you missed it, I reviewed Things on Obsessable yesterday. Basically, until this powerful task management app gets push notifications, it’s lagging behind its competition and a bit overpriced at $9.99.

And finally, I just got a new beta of Boxcar with some new top secret features that I can’t talk about yet, so stayed tuned.

Remember, if you’re an iPhone app developer and you’d like me to review your app, please see this post for details.

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4 Responses to Upcoming iPhone app reviews

  1. robb says:

    cool app. but it looks more like a pain to use it than practical.

  2. Adam says:

    “Of course what’s in the official letters and what really went down could be different.”

    Michael Arrington’s headline “The Truth: What’s Really Going On With Apple, Google, AT&T And The FCC” made me ask the question to myself. How do we know this to be The Truth? If Apple colluded with AT&T to block Google Voice, it won’t admit to it publicly. Especially to the Federal Communications Commission. That would be throwing the exclusive U.S. carrier, which is heavily subsidizing the iPhone, under the bus. I think there is no way that Apple would do that. Okay, I’ll take off my tinfoil hat now. :-)

  3. Adam says:

    Oops, I’m posting in the wrong tab. See, there really is a conspiracy.

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