The BBC has launched a new standalone iPlayer Radio app for iPhone, iPad and desktop that grants users access to live audio streams of all of the BBC's radio stations, as well as on-demand archive content.
Storyful, a service that separates news from the noise of the real-time web, has released an iPhone application. Last month, Storyful released Storyful Direct for iPhone, an application that allows citizen journalists to easily submit media content to Storyful for verification.
Legitimate privacy concerns or embarrassing photos from last weekend's office party means that Facebook users often want to untag images of themselves on mass - something which Facebook deliberately makes difficult.
Aisling McCabe, director of platform development at RTÉ, took to the stage at the Dublin Web Summit this evening to announce RTÉ's plans to launch RTÉ Player iPhone and iPad app in the coming months. More specfically, before Christmas.
Only twelve weeks after launch media check-in service IntoNow has been acquired by Yahoo! for a speculated $30 million dollars. The service exists as an iPhone application that provides real-time social experiences around broadcast media programming.
RTÉ will release Android and iOS versions of their popular video-on-demand RTÉ Player service later this year. According to Silicon Republic, Aisling McCabe, head of platform development at RTÉ, confirmed RTÉ’s plans to release free mobile apps for the two platforms late last week.
Dublin based internet telephonics company Blueface have recently released an iPhone app, known as Banter, that claims to save customers up to 90% off mobile phone call costs. Upon downloading the free app and creating an account, the user is given a “virtual landline” number based on their location. With this new virtual number users can then make and receive calls at a reduced rate when compared to normal and more expensive mobile phone call costs.