iOS apps of the day [April 17, 2012]

Today’s Apps

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Apps for April 17, 2012

GoDaddy Domain and Email Manager

GoDaddy Domain and Email Manager is an app that helps you maintain your registered domain site. You can register your domain and manage it from your device with DNS control. You also have the ability to purchase hosting, SSL certificates, email, shopping cart, web builder, and more. You can also renew your domains and all of your products purchased from GoDaddy. You also have the ability to manage your hosting and email, and you can check your GoDaddy email right from the phone. You can even use the look-up whois to make sure the site’s address isn’t taken from another and even watch the hot, internet-only commercials.

Since this comes with Mobile Workspace you can manage attachments with both files and your phone’s photos and video, set-up and manage multiple mail and file accounts, view HTML and embedded files as the sender intended, auto fill contacts from both Workspace and your phone, and auto save your email drafts.

Price: Free

Version discovered: 4.11

Requires: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad; iOS 3.0 and up

Download size: 9.8 MB

GoDaddy Domain and Email Manager on iTunes

Skyfire Web Browser – Flash Video Enabled Social Browser

Skyfire Web Browser is a mobile web browser unlike any other that is available on the iPhone. It has the capability of viewing flash videos from within the browser. Viewing videos is the only thing related to flash that this browser can play, and it would make someone happy to play flash games on your iDevice so hopefully that might come later. There might be some sites that Skyfire won’t work on, but it will work with most of them! If you wanted to check to see which sites work you can always go to their site to check. http://skyfire.com/support/video-site-check Skyfire doesn’t support all sites, but there will be more updates so that you could check out your favorite site that you couldn’t access before.

The only Another good thing about Skyfire is that you can post status updates on Facebook and tweet to your friends on Twitter quickly and all in one go. So far this app doesn’t connect with Facebook Messenger.

Price: $2.99

Version discovered: 4.0.5

Requires: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad; iOS 3.0 and up

Download size: 3.4 MB

Skyfire Web Browser – Flash Video Enabled Social Browser on iTunes

Four in a Row

Four in a Row is a game that the object of the game is to get four of your pieces in a row, column or diagonally. You can play against the computer or with someone else. You can share the same phone to play, but you could also play over Wi-Fi and 3G. You can play up to 1 games at once. Playing this classic board game on your device is very good especially since you won’t have to pick up the checkers all over the floor. You will see how you measure up on the leaderboards. One good thing about the app is that it saves the last thing you did when you receive  call, but when the call is over it goes back to the app.

Price: Free

Version discovered: 2.1.0

Requires: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad: iOS 4.0 and up

Download size: 6.7 MB

Four in a Row on iTunes

dotTechies: We have tested all the apps listed above. However, iOS Apps of the Day articles are not intended as “reviews” but rather as “heads-up” to help you discover new apps. Always use your best judgement when downloading apps, such as trying trial/free versions before purchasing paid apps, if applicable.

http://itunes.apple.com/app/skyfire-web-browser-flash/id384941497

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  1. Robert
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    Oh and I should point out that I have used Skyfire before when I had a Samsung Blackjack and was using the Blackberry network for internet. I absolutely loved that browser and found it easier post things on Facebook and Twitter easily. I think this version is a little bit different since I have to post to Facebook and Twitter separately, but at least I don’t have to switch applications.

  2. Robert
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    @JT: Thank you for that alert! Unfortunately I stayed up late last night because of some *ahem* deadline today so that was the only thing that got missed. I went ahead and updated the QR bar code just in case that was also incorrect.

  3. JT

    Thought you might want to know your icon for the Skyfire web browser is incorrect. Thanks for all the time put into these reviews. I really do appreciate it, and look forward to reading them each day.