iPhone and iPad apps tagged "conference call."
Skype for iPad Still Offering Same Great Service As the Original
A few years ago, I offered English lessons via Skype to anyone wanting to improve their conversational skills. I spoke to a wide range of people, including a student from Japan, a businessmen from India and a mom in Spain.
Showdown! Comparing the Verizon iPhone vs. the AT&T iPhone
The promise of an iPhone that no longer drops calls may be tempting many AT&T customers to switch over to Verizon. But is the grass really greener?
It depends. There are many indications the Verizon iPhone offers superior connectivity and far less dropped calls than its AT&T counterpart.
Headset App Makes for an Inexpensive and Handy Alternative Wireless Headset
With the ever-growing list of practical applications for iPhone users that allow your iPhone to become an all-in-one device, sorting out the good from the bad is the only rub.
While you may not have been looking for a way to turn your iPhone into a wireless headset, Shape Services' Headset is an app that does just that.
Is Comedy Sidekick a Dynamic Duo in the Making?
Comedy Sidekick is a slightly goofy app that may have been designed with the intention to inspire the comic within, but comes off more like a bad night at the improv.
In order to fulfill useful suggestions like livening up an office party or conference call, Comedy Sidekick supplies what can only be assumed are examples of introductions, opening acts, and a catch phrase.
Whiteboard is for People Who Prefer to Show Than Tell
Whiteboard developer, Sven Resch, took me on a virtual tour of his app the other day and I came away impressed with Whiteboard's features and its potential as a collaboration tool.
Logicopolis Technology, Resch’s company, set Whiteboard 1.0.1 loose in the App Store at the end of April.
Piper Jaffrey Predicts "different iPhone" in 2009
Gene Munster, one of the leading (if not the leading) Apple analyst released his seminal report on the state of Apple and the iPhone this morning. We are publishing it in its entirety for AppCraver readers below.