iPhone Apps

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Wondering what’s coming when the AppStore launches in early July? So are we, and here’s what’s been announced in the past few days:

  • Webstate is building iSharephone. It’s Sharepoint on your iPhone. It will connect your phone to Microsoft Sharepoint portal servers.
  • Want to create music on your iPhone? Intua is developing it’s BeatMaker product, which will let you beatbox, loop and sequence your way to musical joy.
  • Ambrosia SW has announced Mobile Mahjong for iPhone. It’s built around Core Animation and promises a “Cover Flow interface for level selection.”
  • EasyTask Manager is a simple task manager that’s getting ported to the iPhone. Here are a couple of early product screen shots.
  • Rusty Red Wagon is porting Solitaire to the iPhone, with three variations: Klondike, Freecell and Spider.
  • Synthesis is working on a SyncML data sync product. For now, it’s planned as a free contacts-only version but they’re hoping to expand it to provide calendar support, which their developers say is not currently available in the SDK.

    (Via (TUAW))

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