Twitter lead designer Doug Bowman, responding on Dribbble to a proposed more-Tweetie-like icon for the newly rebranded Twitter for iPhone:
The best version used more blue for the bird, but retained the exact same silver color of Tweetie’s icon. I thought it was the best choice of everything we had. For several reasons I won’t go into, we opted for the version the app uses now. via Dribbble
I didn’t upgrade Tweetie as long they keep this ugly blue icon.
Back in April, i wrote a blog post about my iTouch home screen. Today, i would like to share with you guys some more apps i found which are (i think) worth checking out.
# TaskPaper ($4.99): another brilliant app from author of WriteRoom – Jesse Grosjean. TaskPaper is something mix of Things and WriteRoom. Not really a GTD app but much more powerful than a note app. Read the review on Smoking Apples and you’ll know what TaskPaper is capable of.
# Textie (Free with ads): great app from atebits – the creator of Tweetie (purchased by Twitter Inc. and changed its name to Twitter for iPhone). A great solution for free texting with your friends.
# Soosiz ($1.99): A 2D platformer Mario-styled game. Note: you might get dizzy a bit at first ;)
More games? Check out Flight Control, Cliffed. Be careful, they are hightly addictive.
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iPhone/iTouch owners should read this or save for later use.
# Mail, Mobie Safari, Music: built-in Apple stuff that i can’t afford to slide to next screen. I have to confess i rarely use iPod Spotlight so i must rely on first page to access my frequently used apps.
# Tweetie 2 ($2.99) : An awesome Twitter client from atebits.
# Things ($9.99): A beautiful, simple todo list. Things offers yet simplicity and ease-of-use with powerful features. Sync wirelessly with desktop version of Things. A little bit pricey though.
# Reeder ($2.99): The best Google Reader app i found on Apps Store.
# Facebook, Yahoo Messenger (free) : I use Facebook and Yahoo Messenger to stay connected with my friends. Both apps come with Push supported.
# Ninjawords ($1.99) : A well-designed dictionary app, recommended by John Grubber
# WriteRoom ($4.99) : a distraction free writing environment with clean interface and notes free sync feature via SimpleText.ws
# Stanza (free) : An awesome ebooks reader.
# tumblr gear (free) : because official Tumblr app suck.
# Momento ($2.99) : An secret diary with password protection. Momento connects with popular social networking services like Twitter, Facebook, etc… and display your online activity as part of your diary.
# Moneybook ($2.99) : A great app to manage your monthly budget.
# Outside ($2.99) : Great interface of ideal looking outside the window to check weather.
– Google Wave preview invitations sent out. via Official Google Blog. Also, you can check out “Google Wave First Look” by Gina Trapani on LifeHacker
– Dropbox comes to iPhone and iPod Touch. Firmware 3.1 required.
– TweetDeck won as most popular Twitter client on LifeHacker. Well, i still prefer Tweetie. Tweetie 2.0 are on the way now. So curious ; )
– Plan to **seriously** learn iPhone Programming after the final exams period.
– Also, i bought a TextMate Ebook – The Missing Editor for Mac OS X. $59 for a text editor isn’t expensive for a text editor like TextMate. And I think it’s best to purchase a recommended Ebook from TextMate and learn how to get more out of it.