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iPhone apps: Citi Mobile, On The Grill, Tweet Reel

updated 03:10 pm EDT, Tue July 28, 2009

Business Secrets,Moon Drop

  • Citi Mobile (free) allows Citibank customers to manage their bank accounts while on the go. After logging into an account the user can view all of their accounts, pay bills, transfer funds, find Citi locations, and contact customer service. The application uses 128-bit encryption to keep all of the data safe and lets users select which iPhone's have access to an account.

  • Weber's On The Grill ($5) includes hundreds of recipes from Weber's cookbook library along with a list of grilling tips and guides. The database features recipes ranging from starters to deserts, including, marinades, sauces, and rubs. After deciding on a recipe, users can add it to the grocery list and the necessary ingredients are automatically turned into a checklist.

  • Tweet Reel ($3) allows users to instantly upload videos and images to their twitter account. The application uploads images at their full resolution and features options for trimming saved album videos before uploading. Uploaded media can accompanied by a message and an automatically generated short url.

  • 100+ Business Building Secrets (free) contains tips and ideas on how to successfully build a business. The guide includes ideas that can help entrepreneurs boost web traffic, increase profits, improve loyalty, and more. The database can be viewed randomly, with a shake of the device bringing up a new tip, or browsed by category.

  • Moon Drop ($1) is a game where players must guide landing pods to the surface of the moon. Players can control the pods flight paths and decent speed by tapping different points on the screen. Small adjustments can be made by tapping on the screen while holding a finger will result in continuous thrust. The game is played in waves, each wave being slightly larger than the last, forcing players to react quicker as the game progresses.

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    1. iphonerulez

      Joined: Dec 1969


      I thought some insecurity

      expert said that the iPhone was too insecure to deal with anything that needed high security. I would think that your keystrokes would be stored on the iPhone and once it's encryption is broken, all your transactions would be easily able to look at and steal. Maybe this Citi Mobile application has it's own incryption or something.
      I saw the video of the guy that broke the encryption on the iPhone and it certainly look easy enough to do.

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