- Sparrow for Mac now 40% off
- Khan Academy official app now available for iPad. Watch over 2,700 educational videos for free
- Tether back for iPhone, now as an HTML5 app
- Online orders for New iPad now ships in 2-3 weeks
Posted: 12 Mar 2012 11:45 AM PDT
Sparrow, a fantastic mail client for Mac OS, is now sale at $6 (down from $10) via StackSocial. The beautifully designed and easy to use 3rd party mail app supports Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, MobileMe and any other custom IMAP. Some of its more notable features include a unified inbox, drag and drop attachments, iCloud and Dropbox sync, Facebook integration, as well as support for Priority Inbox for Gmail users. Reviews online are mostly positive, with the Mac App Store showing an average of 4 and a 1/2 stars out of 1,800+ ratings.
Posted: 12 Mar 2012 09:51 AM PDT
The iPad app features Khan Academy's complete library of over 2,700 videos (downloadable for offline use), as well as subtitles and progress tracking. It’s now available on the App Store and is free to download. You can check out a sample video of one of the lessons after the break.
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Posted: 12 Mar 2012 09:16 AM PDT
iTether, the iPhone app that was released last November and subsequently pulled from the App Store for being a “burden to the carrier network”, is now back for the iPhone — this time as an HTML5 app, and thus bypassing Apple’s approval process. Now simply called Tether, the service lets users tether their Windows/Mac laptops to their cellphone data plan via an Adhoc wireless network. This is especially handy for those without a jailbroken iPhone and/or wish to avoid any potential carrier fees associated with tethering.
Posted: 12 Mar 2012 08:13 AM PDT
Unless you’re among the early birds who’ve already pre-ordered the new iPad online, be prepared to stand in line come March 16th as shipping dates have slipped once again. After selling out of its initial online stock last friday, Apple had posted March 19th (US and Canada) as the new shipping date for the past several days. And just overnight, that had been pushed back to the dreaded “2-3 weeks” time frame. According to an Apple spokesperson, demand for the new iPad has been tremendous.
As for the iPad 2, shipping remains the same (1-3 business days) for both the 16GB Wifi ($399) and 3G ($529) models.
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