There are a number of apps available for Apple iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and other next generation smartphones that provide all of the features and benefits of web-based movie ticket resources all in the palm of your hand.
The MyTouch from T-Mobile is a touch screen phone that works on a 3G network, utilizes thousands of apps and Google tools, and allows you to instantly share your videos and pictures-you can even upload them directly to YouTube.
Even though some of these apps had been previously approved by Apple for publishing and distribution through the App Store, many were purged from the online marketplace due to an elevated level of sexual or suggestive content.
It's easy to be impressed by the specs of a smartphone, like the resolution of the screen, the amount of storage, and the speed of the processor, but perhaps the most important part of any modern smartphone are the apps.
TwittyTunes is a very fun Twitter plugin for IE and Firefox that automatically (or manually) posts the tunes that you're listening to over to your various status fields in Facebook, Twitter and other similar apps.
You can only move one app at a time and this can become a tedious process if you have dozens of apps to move, but it helps that you do not need a computer in order to organize the various iPhone apps that you have.
Using the Google Gears technology (which allows you to use many Google apps such as Documents, Picasa, and Gmail offline) it will log into your Blogger site and allow you to edit old entries and create new ones.
The Apple iPhone already has access to more than 200,000 apps through the official store, but you can find even more functionality by considering some of the cool Cydia apps that are also available for download.
These could be sorted through a number of different criteria, like the app name, and then you could drag and drop the various apps in and out of the virtual iPhone when the handset is connected to your computer.
Apps and modern inventors.