11. 04. 2008
iPhone and iPod Touch, wirelessly
It's a wired world, but not always as wired as we'd like it to be. There are lots of potential arid zones - the subway, deep in a building, or out there in the wireless countryside. That can be a problem for iPhone users. And it's even more of a problem for fans of the iPod Touch. Without a wireless connection, Touch users are literally out of Touch.
Unless, that is, you partake of a growing number of iPhone and Touch apps that can be used offline. Sarah Perez at ReadWriteWeb has a useful list of seven apps that are the Apples of her i, including Evernote, the Stanza e-book reader, even RSS readers. And the Comments list several more.