Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Testing blogging from iPhone

Testing how it works to create a blog post using iBlogger app on iPhone. Sitting right now in a community train on the way home.

Today Apple releases news about iPhone version 3 update. I hope they will include MMS functionality, SMS forwarding and video recording. Possibility to run applications in background would also be nice, then I would consider porting STWidget Sametime web chat to a native iPhone app. The problem with current apps in iPhone is that they are automatically aborted as soon as phone goes into sleep mode. That saves of course battery life and frees up memory, but there should be a way to override this behaviour by asking user to allow to run in background. Windows PDA allow this, but I couldn't use them for more than 1.5 hours of continuous typing, iPhone lasts about 3 hours. I mean lasted 3 hours, but after version 2.2 update last month, battery life jumps up and down without obvious reason.


Anonymous said...

Hi Andrei, First time visit to your blog and I like it. I have bookmarked it and will return. The iPhone has a lot of potential as a mini computer, more than as a phone. Look forward to more. - Anthony

Paslaow said...

HI Andrei, good thing for Iphone ca post this blog. I'll follow you blog again. Thanks

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