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Briefly: AirSharing updated for iOS5, iPhone 4 fish eye lens

updated 12:15 pm EDT, Mon September 5, 2011

USBfever iPhone 4 fish eye lens

Avatron Software has added iOS 5 and Google Doc support to its Air Sharing application, while USBfever has announced the launch of a new iPhone 4 fish eye lens attachment


Avatron Software has updated Air Sharing ($3, App Store), its iOS tool for storing files on iOS devices, with support for both iOS 5 and Google Docs. Air Sharing offers wireless support that allows the iOS device to be mounted as a WiFi drive, or accessed via a web browser. Google Docs support is limited to Pro users, and allows them to access their account from anywhere, as well as copy, print, and e-mail documents from directly within Air Sharing.

In addition, the developer has included over 20 general bug fixes and stability improvements.

USBfever outs iPhone 4 fish eye lens

USBfever has released new fish eye lens attachment for the iPhone 4. The 190-degree lens has been integrated into the company's standard Back Cover add-on, allowing users to attach other USBfever iPhone lens without needing to change the case. However, due to the size of the lens the devices built-in LED flash will not be accessible when in use. The lens is built from solid aluminum and can be purchased through the company's online store for $30.




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