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iSolitaire v0.81

iSolitaire is a native version of Klondike Solitaire (same as XP Solitaire game) for the iPhone. The current features are:

- plays Klondike version of Solitaire
- double tap table for options screen where you can deal new cards, change the draw number (1 or 3) or show time/score
- nice surprise once you win (hint: see iSnake or Bounce for an idea what might happen)
- theme support. Add your own theme and easily switch via options screen. Included is a default wood theme (thanks to armadillo)
- animation effects

Notes:

- this has only been personally tested on 1.1.3 (Ziphone method). Due to me not having 1.1.2 or lower available I cannot guarantee this will work on these versions and my best guess is it won't
- use at your own risk
- More info


iSlots v0.5



iSlots is a 3 reel slot machine game for the iPhone. The current features are:

- Vegas style graphics and sounds
- saves credits
- double tap to get to options
- scroll screen up to see payout information
- v0.2 graphics redone by armadillo. Want to say a BIG thank you to armadillo as I think he's done a fantastic job making the graphics more polished
- top 5 winners ticker. The top 5 highest credits winners (that have submitted) will have their name and winnings displayed on every player's ticker
- top 50 winners web page. Web page lists the top 50 highest credit winners
- v0.4 ticker redone by armadillo. BIG thank you again

Notes:

- this has only been personally tested on 1.1.3 (Ziphone method). Due to me not having 1.1.2 or lower available I cannot guarantee this will work on these versions and my best guess is it won't
- internet connection is required to submit winnings and view winners
- use at your own risk


iCrossword v0.2


iCrossword is a native crossword puzzle client for the iPhone

- loads the puz file format popular with online crossword puzzles such as New York Times newspaper
- double tap navigation bar to get to options screen. There you can get info about current puzzle and perform operations on it
- add new .puz files into /var/mobile/Library/iCrossword/puz
- thanks armadillo for the icon

Notes:

- this has only been personally tested on 1.1.3 (Ziphone method). Due to me not having 1.1.2 or lower available I cannot guarantee this will work on these versions and my best guess is it won't
- I've tried a number of puz files and they seem to work. Cannot guarantee that you'll be able to read EVERY one
- Only tested using English language
- use at your own risk


iLocation v0.1

iLocation is a native program that pin points your current physical location and displays it in the iPhone's Maps application. It uses the location of cellular towers your phone is connected to estimate your location. It works exactly like Google's Mobile Maps for other phones.

Notes:

- Will not publically release this, sorry. Google's database of cellular tower locations is not publically available and they'll most likely ask me to stop distributing this. Until they release a public api, I'll keep this for myself.


iMapIdle v0.6

iMapIdle is an iPhone application that simulates "Push Email" with your IMAP server. It's in its early stages but the current features are:

- listens in the background waiting for new IMAP mail even if you are in sleep/standby mode
- notifies you via a popup and/or sound. You choose how to be notified. Sound notification should use the same method your mail client uses (ie: if you have vibrate on, it'll vibrate as well)
- popup notification allows you to choose whether the mail client should check for email right there by forcing the mail client to check the server (it doesn't launch the mail client but just forces it to check the server). NOTE: Don't choose this if you are in the mail client as it will exit (you've been warned). The popup will disappear after 20 seconds and if you miss it the iMapIdle icon will show you how many popup notifications you have missed
- supports SSL connections and special support for GMail IMAP

Notes:

- this has only been personally tested on 1.1.3 (Ziphone method). Due to me not having 1.1.2 or lower available I cannot guarantee this will work on these versions and my best guess is it won't
- have no idea at this point how it effects battery
- use at your own risk

Updates:

- 10/28 I've currently found a way to force the mail app to check the server. I'm testing it out now to make sure there's no ill side effects and I'll then update the download
- 10/29 Well unfortunately the way I use to trigger the mail app to check the server, works when the mail app is not running but when it is running it closes it, which is not good. Still researching...
- 10/30 New version available (0.2). I've compromised with forcing the mail app to poll. When you have popup notification enabled you have a choice to force polling right then. Do not select this while you are in the mail client as it will exit unless you don't care what you were currently doing.
- 11/1 Have potentially found a way to keep wifi/edge up and running and allow background apps to keep on ticking when you are in Sleep mode. Will release a new version of iMapIdle soon to take advantage of this
- 11/2 New version available (0.3). This version should work in sleep mode. Note that when this runs you are keeping wifi and/or edge enabled during sleep so battery usage may be effected.
- 11/6 New version available (0.4). Supports SSL connections and special support for GMail IMAP. Debug log option to record operation on your device
- 11/8 New version available (0.5). This is strictly a stability release. I noticed previous versions would crash after some amount of time. I believe I've fixed this
- 11/14 Should be available via Installer.app soon. I've had a report that if you have Thunderbird running against the same mailbox as iMapIdle and it has IDLE enabled then the first one to get the notification sees it and the other doesn't. I'll have to research this more to see if this is true

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