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SwipEmail 5.0 for iPhone has arrived to prove email has not died despite pressure from text messaging.  You can find it here.

Of course the Android version can also be found here.


Statue of LibertyIt’s nice to get noticed and AddToNYC has been found and reviewed by Appviews.com.

What’s all the excitement about AddToTravel?

Check out the review at Appviews.com.


GreatApps.com has selected SwamiRoberts as a great Entertainment app.  Checkout the site and the Swami for the smartphone nearest you right here.


PDXmobile.comNever to follow a crowd, especially to a jackpot of cash, the contrarian at pdxmobile.com has decided the growth and gold of native apps is destined to come a cropper.  Is he wrong?  Is there still any money left for native app developers now that Instagram grabbed a cool $1 billion from Facebook?  Decide for yourself here.



The time has come the Walmart said to speak of many things, of convergence and dataplans, of handset OEMs and carrier plans, of mismanagement and things.

PDXmobile.com has been polishing its crystal ball and has 10 top predictions to rock the mobile industry in 2012.  Overall PDXmobile is seeing 2012 as an incremental year, despite the Mayan prediction of a dramatic new paradigm.  See the mobile future for yourself here.


Another iOS AddTo Travel app is upon us.

AddTo Italy with photos from Florence, Venice and Rome is now available in the iTunes App Store.  You can find it here.

You have to admire the AddTo guys who keep finding interesting places and photos for us to indulge in.  Create your own map with photos and notes.  Be the Earnest Hemmingway of your generation and travel and write using AddTo.


Portland Open Studios has come and gone for 2011 where 100 artists shared their homes and studios and art with the public.

The iPhone and iPad universal app is still available and you can find it here.

If you do want to see some of the art you missed and catch up on what Portland Open Studios is about, get the app.  Be sure to check out the About page, at the bottom it says quite accurately that “This app developed by John Roberts of Mindwarm Incorporated.”



StartupWeek.ly has posted a video interview with Mindwarm founder John Roberts.  Check out the tough mobile app marketplace and see what the future has in store from Mindwarm.


pdxmobile.com has been thinking about some hot mobile topics.

Hang around mobile development long enough and you will hear developers speak of their hatred of RIM.  Check out Why do developers HATE RIM?

On a more positive note, what does The Future of Mobile Search have in store for us?

Check out these new mobile articles at pdxmobile.com

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