Leaflets - Mobile Web 2.0 Application Portal for iPhone

As expected, Web 2.0 applications for iPhone have started to emerge rapidly. Leaflets, a new mobile portal providing free Web 2.0 applications optimized for modern "Mobile 2.0" phones and handheld devices, beginning with Apple's iPhone.

Leaflets are small, mobile web-based applications you access from Safari on your iPhone. And since Leaflets are designed to run fast over AT&T's EDGE network, you can use them anywhere: no wi-fi required.
The portal already provides a number of cool and interesting applications (or how the developers call them Leaflets). For example, the Search Leaflet allows you to search Google, Yahoo, MSN and Wikpedia. The Feeds Leaflet gives you an opportunity to catch up with your favorite RSS and Atom feeds on the go. With the del.icio.us Leaflet you can access your del.icio.us bookmarks and browse the most popular sites. And the Flickr Leaflet saves your precious iPhone memory and allows you to view Flickr photos faster. There is more already and even more to come in the future. So if you are a lucky owner of iPhone, check out Leaflets right away and enjoy your mobile friend.

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More iPhone When You iPling

"Our innovative approach, using Web 2.0-based standards, lets developers create amazing new applications while keeping the iPhone secure and reliable." says Steve Jobs.

That's true, soooo true. Past couple of weeks many iPhone targeted web 2.0 applications emerged. It's sad that quantity is not always a key factor. To me quality over quantity is more important. But there is one cool web 2.0 application for iPhone. It's called iPling. Not sure who invented that word but as the creators define iPling is the act of opening up by sharing my thoughts with other iPling users, so they know the things I like and the mood I'm in.

In other words, iPling is a location based social expansion service. You can use iPling to search for those whose share your musical tastes, hobbies, likes and dislikes, etc. I'd say that iPling seamlessly integrates into your life (huh, what a phrase). You want to be discoverable, right? So you just create your quick profiles or as the creators of iPling call them "iPling circles". Basically, the profiles describe what you are looking for. Done with that? So good. Now you can start discovering new peopl and be discovered by others.

A good thing about iPling that it is anonymous. In other words, when you enter an iPling relationship you do not reveal much about yourself, well except the common interests that you and the other iPlinger have.

Don't want any more missed encounters? With iPling you won't miss the next opportunity. Join and enjoy!

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