Best Camera (recently reviewed here), just updated to offer Flickr upload support. Best Camera was already my choice for photo sharing app on the iPhone because of its ability to upload to both Facebook and Twitter at the same time. Adding Flickr support adds icing to the cake for an already great social networking feature set. Not only can you upload to Flickr, but you can also choose which Photo Set (album) to upload to. You can even create new Photo Sets on the fly. As with the Facebook and Twitter support you can add a title to the photo and description before uploading. You can also utilize Flickr's privacy controls in marking a photo for viewing by the general Public, Friends, Family, Friends and Family or Private.
You can get Best Camera here on the App Store:
This is probably the first iPhone/iPod touch game that I really got hooked on. I had heard about it and then I was sitting next to someone playing it on the plane. So as soon as I landed I downloaded it. Boy was that a mistake. Productivity went down the tubes for that entire trip
The premise behind FlightControl is that you're the air traffic controller and it's your job to guide planes in safely. It starts out (like most games) pretty easy. A plane appears on the display and you simply use your finger to direct it to the appropriate runway. Easy right?
iMoo is a simple application that fun to play with. Do you remember those cans that you turn upside down and then right side up and they make a moo sound? Well here is the electronic version of that.
For small kids?
I have to admit that when I first saw this app, I wondered "why?" What I hadn't considered was the endless entertainment that this app would provide to small children (and some larger children. You know who you are!) Sometimes, you need a few moments to think and this could provide you those moments while you keep a small child occupied. Although you probably shouldn't go to far incase they get bored and slam your iPhone/iPod touch to the ground.
It seems that O2 is also reporting reception issues for their network, especially in the London area. Their head, Ronan Dunne says that they are working on some solution and apologizes for the service since the launch of the iPhone 3GS this summer.
"Where we haven't met our own high standards then there's no question, we apologise to customers for that fact,"
This definitely leaves hope that they will improve the reception shortly, whereas AT&T over in the US have yet to make much promises for their customers.