Facebook has just launched their Facebook Messenger for Mobile, a standalone messaging app for smartphones. According to Mashable, Facebook will be rolling out several new features to its Facebook Chat feature.
Now you can send messages directly to your friends on their mobile phones, so you stay in touch no matter where you go. Message friends using Facebook Messenger for Mobile or anyone in your mobile contacts. This looks more of an approach like WhatsApp, BlackBerry Messenger etc.
Gameloft plans to giveaway a free game title everyday till Christmas! It’s a surprise gift that will be revealed everyday on Gameloft’s Twitter account.
iPhone and Android top-selling games by Gameloft will now be available for free until Christmas. It’s a jackpot for gamers who have both the devices.
iDOS is a full DOS emulator that is based on an open-source DOS emulator, DOSbox. It is a universal app that has PC keyboard support, mouse support, multiple screen modes etc.
Over at TouchArcade, a member of their forums has managed to install and run Windows 3.0 on his iPad and is now playing Solitaire on Windows 3.0.
StumbleUpon has just released their Android and iPhone apps. They bring the same great experience as the desktop to the mobile apps on Android and iPhone.
The iPhone and Android apps for StumbleUpon is very basic, but still provides the functionality you need.
Facebook for iPhone 3.2.1 was just released and is now available for download from the App Store!
This update only brings bug fixes and enables Facebook Places for users in the US. Other regions will be added soon, according to Facebook.
Microsoft has finally released the official Windows Live Messenger for iPhone app. Unlike the Symbian version, it is completely free to use and is now available for download from the App Store.
You can chat with your Windows Live and Yahoo! contacts and as well as connect with your social network buddies on Facebook, MySpace, Flickr and YouTube etc.
iPhone 4, the long, long rumoured phone was re-revealed (previously done by Gizmodo) by Steve Jobs at the WWDC 10 event today!
Several new features have been added, like the all-knew look of the iPhone 4, LED flash, 5 megapixels camera with a front camera for video calls, very high resolution screen, HD video recording and much more!
Just after the keynote ended, the guys from ArsTechnica got hold of the iPhone 4 and did a good hands-on review and posted several beautiful photos of the iDevice!
WWDC 2010 is going on live right now and guess what was just announced? Okay, so you did read the title… Farmville for iPhone! Yes, the farming craze has just been announced for the iPhone.
Farmville for iPhone will be available by the end of June for the 1 year anniversary of the launch of Farmville. Flash dead?