GooodReaderUSB 1.0 Release for Mac and PC
After assiting with the development of iPhone Explorer, the lead developer of GoodiWare.com has created a USB interface designed specifically to work with Good Reader. GoodReaderUSB was created from the ground up and designed with rock-solid performance and reliability in mind. The Mac version features OSX 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6 compatibility. The Windows version includes is a single file executible (no install required) and implements beaultify Win32 programming. The Windows verison is compatible with all major releases of Windows. Both Mac and PC versions are 100 percent freeware and avaiable for download from the Good Reader App page on iPhone-Explorer.com (http://www.iphone-explorer.com/AppPages/GoodReader.html). Since the recent release of Good Reader version 2.3, the Good Reader app itself has ranked 1 overall in the Japan App Store, as well as in the top 10 in many other countries.
Pod to PC 3.085
Various bug fixes have been added to improve software stability.
Servers Upgraded - E-mail changed
After spending a year on a shared server, the time came for a serious webserver upgrade. Over the course of the last 48 hours we have been working tirelessly to make this happen and we would like to now welcome you to our ultra fast Virtual Private Server on Slicehost.Please note, if you have e-mailed firstname.lastname@example.org, and haven't heard back, that is because that e-mail is no longer active. Please resend your questions or comments to the new one, myPodApps@gmail.com.myPod Apps would also like to extend a huge thank you to Anton Webber (www.awcon.com) for hugely helping us out with this transition.
Pod to Mac 3.05
Pod to Mac 3.05 adds fixes to allow for normal iPods (the non-iphone-type) to transfer properly after being synchronized with iTunes 9. Additional bug fixes have been added.
Pod to PC 3.08
Pod to PC 3.08 adds fixes to allow for normal iPods (the non-iphone-type) to transfer properly after being syncronized with iTunes 9.
The myPod Apps sites are upgrading to high speed servers beginning at 2AM EST. The planned downtime is roughly 4 hours. This means the server IP address will change, the site traffic capacity significantly increase and there will be some issues receiving e-mails.
Dear Apple, is that all you got?
iTunes 9.0, released Wednesday, successfully blocked the hacks used to access the iPhone and iPod Touch in Windows. But 1 day later, myPod Apps is back up and fully functional. Updates to Pod to PC, Pod Photo Transfer, meta-iPod and iPhone Explorer (PC), were all made and these programs now work just fine with iTunes 9 and the new iPhone/iTouch 3.1 firmware.
A Weekend of Updates
While nothing ground-breaking was done this weekend, tons of updates were made: --Pod to PC 3.05 - Several modications enahancing overall program stability were added. Minor UI updates were also made. --Pod to Mac 3.03 - A UI update was made allowing Pod to Mac to now look prettier on computers running Snow Lepoard. --iPhone Explorer Mac and PC - general stability updates were made --meta-iPod - The status of meta-iPod as freeware has now been clarified by hiding the two non-free features.
iPhone Explorer (Mac) 1.11 - major revision
New features include: Image, audio and video auto-previewing. Root directory selection has been added. Bookmarks have been added. A disk capacity indicator has been added. The icon has been slightly modified. Several other bug fixes have been implemented.
iPhone Explorer (PC) 0.94
The icons in the windows version of iPhone Explorer now display the appropriate icon for the file type being shown. Several other bug fixes have been added.