- Deal Alert: Make $50 (and potentially lots more) for simply opening an ING Direct Account with Orange Key [Canada Only]
- Create disposable phone numbers on your iPhone with Burner
- Mobiata releases FlightTrack Free for iPhone
- Smule releases Sing! karaoke app for iPhone
Posted: 09 Aug 2012 12:41 PM PDT
This is not iOS related, but seeing how we’ve covered deals in the past, I want to pass on this awesome promo to our Canadian readers (yes, it’s only applicable within Canada). ING Direct, the online bank that has 1.8 million Canadian customers, is doubling their usual $25 bonus to $50 for each referral made. So when a friend or family member opens up a new ING account using your Orange Key (which is essentially your unique referral code), both you AND the other person will get $50. If you refer 100 people, you’ll earn an easy $5000. The best part is that there is no catch and its as simple as opening a free account with a minimum deposit of $100. Want to learn more about how you can score some easy money? Keep reading!
Posted: 09 Aug 2012 10:25 AM PDT
In what appears to be a first for the iPhone, Ad Hoc Labs has released Burner, an app that lets its users create disposable phone numbers, which in turn can be used to place calls or send text messages. Ad Hoc feels that these temporary digits can be used for “ dating, Craigslist, short-term projects, side businesses, bands, and other times when you need to be in touch but want to maintain a little privacy”. How it works is you can create a new number (called a “Burner”) anytime within the app, where all active numbers can be managed. Each number includes voice minutes and a limit of messages that can be sent, along with a set of preferences (choose whether calls get redirected to your main mobile number or go straight to your voice mail). When outgoing calls are made, the recipient will only be able to see your Burner number on their caller ID – otherwise, what’s the point right?
Posted: 09 Aug 2012 09:03 AM PDT
If you’ve ever searched the App Store for travel related apps, it’s likely you’ve come across FlightTrack and FlightTrack Pro, two of the consistently top selling iOS apps in the travel category. The pro version ($9.99) is jam packed with features like push notification for flight updates, weather forecast for both arrival and departure airports, and Terminal maps, but the casual (and budget minded) traveller may not require all the premium extras. For those looking for a no frills and free version that provides some basic flight look up functionality, Mobiata has released just that - FlightTrack Free.
Posted: 08 Aug 2012 03:04 PM PDT
Several weeks after the release of AutoRap on the App Store, Smule is now calling out to all the karaoke fans out there with their latest app Sing!. Much like other Smule apps that heavily rely on social networking, Sing! lets you choose from over 130 musical hits from various genres (Rolling in the Deep, Boyfriend, Call Me Maybe etc) for you to sing along. Your performance can then be shared with a friend (if so desired), at which point he/she can add their voice to the track and create some sweet sounding harmonies. Don’t exactly fancy yourself a crooner? Not to worry. Thanks to the ”voice enhancement technology” and special voice filters, you may not sound half bad after belting out your favorite tunes. The app is free to download, though most of the songs in-app will cost you $0.99. See how Sing! works in a video trailer after the break.
Smule, Sing! Join the global karaoke party! - Free
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