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How to Share iPhone Apps With Friends And Family?

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Apple iPhone is offering many programs and applications to its costumers. New apple is providing its applications for multiple uses. You can share your applications with your friends and family members with out paying extra money. Apple provides you a password for your application so that you can share your application in a secure way.

Advantages of iPhone applications

If you want to share a single iPhone application with your family members, you need to buy multiple copies of Super Monkey Ball or Texas Hold Em Poker for every member of your beloved family. It would be a bit expensive for those having a big family but Apple would be very glad to have your interest for such an interesting activity.

For those who have some knowledge about the iTunes, will be sharing a single application throughout the household or that can also be shared with friends as well. A little and useful lesson might help you all to get your phone applications and games shared with other iPhone users.

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How To Copy iPhone Apps From One iPhone To Another

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One gets excited to see any new app in someone’s iPhone, and the next question that pops in mind is “How can I get a copy of this iPhone app?” It is make sense to get app from other Iphone as you will not have to pay for it.

Another good news is that copying the licensed iTunes media from one computer to another is possible. The following process can be used to copy the software from your iPhone to iTunes, and then to the other iPhone. Simply follow the steps mentioned below and enjoy your apps!

Step By Step Guide To Copy iPhone Apps

1. Open iTunes on the computer that is used with the other iPhone.

2. Allow the iTunes to use your account information, that is different from the account that is currently used on the computer. You can do this by going to Store > Authorize Computer.

3. Submit your iTunes account credentials and click on “Authorize.” In case you have authorized too many computers (usually it allows upto 5) it will give you a message telling you to free one or more computer.

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Best Free iPhone and iPod Touch Apps

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You may be extremely excited to get your new iPod Touch or an iPhone, but may become bored of it very quickly. Well, this is a perfectly acceptable as a blank iPhone/iPod Touch is not much fun until you load it up with apps.

You can find various Apps having different prices, although there are many free apps available too. Here’s a list of some great free apps available on the iTunes Store.

Cricket T20 Fever Lite

 If you love cricket, then you’ll adore this game. T20 Fever Lite is the free version of the game that we have already seen.

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Apple’s Six Worst Products, Ever

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Apple always comes with a hit. You know the iPod, the iPhone and the MacBook; all are exceptionally successful. Their designs – their performance all are outstanding making them commercially winning products.

These few good words lead us to wait for many nice things from Apple and endure the misses even more. In the past, Apple presented few embarrassing products in its beautiful white iCloset. We will check out only six here.

1-The Hockey Puck Mouse

From a company like Apple whose first breakthrough was its commercial, mouse-equipped computer, it looks very strange that Apple has never come up with a reliable mouse. So the latest Mighty Mouse is not the thing as the name implies. It pretends to work on single button but actually having two. It has inexplicably copied ThinkPad’s red nipple rather including a scroll wheel.

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TomTom $99 GPS App Heads to iPhone

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If you want to turn your iPhone into a GPS device then just a hundred-dollar makeover can serve your purpose.

On Monday it has been announced by GPS specialist TomTom that its new $99.99 iPhone app is now up for sale at the iTunes store.

TomTom for the iPhone has come up with those with those features that are typically found in standard GPS units, and these also includes voice directions and full maps of the U.S. and Canada. If you want maps for Europe, Australia, and New Zealand then they are also available for you at varying prices.

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