This week on MacMost episode 24, we give details of the new Logic software, UK iPhone carrier announcements, and speak to Rotten Johnny for his take on the iPhone coming to the UK. For our Quick Tip we show you how to make a slideshow of email photos. In our Podcast Salad segment we reintroduce you to Cerealized. Our Must Download is the VLC Media Player from videolan.org. For MacMost Loot, our contest segment, we ask, “What does the command key symbol indicate on a European traffic sign?” For Free Ringtones, video tutorials, iPhone games and much more go to MacMost.com.
MacMost host Molly Stanberry shows us her new iPod Nano.
MacMost and Geek Girl host Eve Park shows us the new 160GB iPod Classic.
This week on MacMost episode 23, we report on the iTunes 7.4.1 update, one million iPhones sold, and the $100 rebate offered to iPhone owners. Our Quick Tip is about Spotlight, Mac OSX Tiger’s powerful search engine. In our Podcast Salad segment Katie introduces you to Play Value from ON Networks. Our Must Bookmark is Apple’s Dashboard widget directory. The Geek Girl, Eve Park, asks “What is a TAM?” in our MacMost Loot contest segment. For this week’s prize she introduces you to her new line of Geek Wear t-shirts exclusively available at StickerGiant.com. Be sure to go to MacMost.com for tips, tutorials, and much more.
So we’ve been having fun adding ringtones to our iPhones. We’ve created some unique and original ringtones, drawing on our library of game music, and Molly’s voice. We thought we’d share them with you.
What makes these ringtones different than some you may find is that they are completely legal. That’s because we haven’t sampled or stolen or copyrighted music or audio. Instead, we’ve composed these ourselves, or have used sound effects from legal sources to create the ringtones.
You can get them at our Free iPhone Ringtones page. There, you can also subscribe to a podcast through iTunes that allows you to get new ringtones downloaded automatically and added to your iPhone.
On this Special Edition of MacMost we share the announcements from the September 5th Apple Event. We detail the new line of iPods, which includes a new Nano, the iPod Classic, and the introduction of the iPod Touch. We give specs for the lower priced iPhone, and announce the new marriage of iTunes and Starbucks. For more news, tips, tutorials, updates and iPhone games visit MacMost.com.
This week on MacMost episode 21, we inform you that Ringo Starr’s solo work has been added to iTunes. We speculate that there may be iPod announcements on Sept. 5, and report on iPhone unlocking legal issues. Gary shows you how to unlock your iPhone. Our Quick Tip shows you how to set Text Edit as your default Word doc reader. In our Podcast Salad segment we feature iCali.tv. Our Must Bookmark is VersionTracker.com and for MacMost Loot, our contest segment, we ask, “What was the original selling price for the Apple Newton eMate 300?”
In Episode 20 of the MacMost video podcast, we look at John Lennon coming to iTunes, EA games on the Mac, say goodbye to AppleWorks, and Gary disses iMovie 08.
We give a quick tip on how to set browser font sizes. Katie Bevard introduces us to The Next Internet Millionaire podcast in our Podcast Salad segment. Gary introduces Bumpercar 2, a kid-safe browser. And we ask the color of the first iMac in our MacMost Loot contest.
In this MacMost First Look, Gary shows you the new Apple keyboard. He explores the sleek design and shows you what is special about this keyboard from Apple that is unlike any other