Thursday, August 14, 2008

How to watch and play Internet videos on iPod touch and iPhone 3G?

I have thought that i could watch online videos besides Youtube on iPhone or iPhone 3G without limit. I did my best to search everywhere for the answer without luck!

Someone recommend the iTransmogrify!. OK, it realy do something for me.
At the beginning, it is misleading that it can make me watch any videos from any site after i bookmark the iTransmogrify!. Not so. It can only enable you to watch videos which embed Flash content from YouTube.
I was going to watch yahoo video, it asked for Flash Player, but i could not reach it.

I opened '', the left bigger screen video from Youtube can be played using iTransmogrify!, but when i clicked at the others small shows, nothing happened.
Disappointment cover my sky! Can i conclude that there is no way to watch any video on the internet with the iphone/ipod touch so far?

Below is a step by step video from Youtube about how to bookmark iTransmogrify!, at
least, it can enable you watch embeded Youtube videos from other sites.

As i tried so much, maybe the only way to watch wonderful online videos besides Youtube
and embeded Youtube videos is to download the videos first and then convert it to ipod/iphone format.
You must have heard Videodownloader. This is a plug-in for Firefox. It enables you capture streaming video from website.

Download site:
Here is a demo for you about how to use Videodownloader:

But i used to Realplayer. Check 'Enable browser download button' checkbox while you are installing the tool.

Open a video site in Firefox and select one, a little pop window with 'Download This Video' will appear above the right corner of the video.

Ok, that's all, i am going to take iSkysoft Video Converter for Mac as an example to introduce how to convert dowloaded videos to ipod/iphone/iphone 3g on mac at the next topic.

Related Articles: How to download online sharing videos on mac!

taking iphone 3g along while swimming

It would be wonderful if we can take iPhone,iPod,mp3 player along while go to surf or swim. Now, H2O make it come true. The waterproof suite which named AMPHIBX produced by H2O can let you take iPhone into water. Besides waterproof, it is also wearable and good feel. H2O recommend the surfing practicer and triathlon athlete to use the AMPHIBX. I am sorry to say i have never tried to due to the high risk for me. lol..
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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

crack open iphone 3g

ummm... i have ever browsed the topics on cracking open ipod suffle,ipod nano,ipod video,ipod touch,appletv,psp etc.. now it turns to iphone 3g. beating my heart as

Apple iPhone 3G - 1 month, 3 million units sold

Forget 1 million iPhone 3G units sold in the first weekend of sales, a new report indicates that Apple has moved 3 million of the iconic iPhone 3G handset since its launch exactly a month ago.
According the report, from Fortune and Michael Cote, of Cote Collaborative, Apple has shipped more than 3 million iPhone 3G. In comparison, it took 74 days for the original iPhone to sell 1 million units. And, with 3 million iPhone 3Gs in the wild, the next-generation iPhone comprises about a third of the global iPhone population.
The iPhone 3G has been a booming success around the world, resulting in multi-hour lines and multi-week backorders from various wireless carriers around the world. The incredible demand for the iPhone 3G has led to Apple stores requiring that iPhone 3G hopefuls line up early and wait for the “golden tickets” that guarantee them an iPhone 3G purchase.
“The demand is so strong it may impact or delay the new countries coming on,” said Cote, referring to the 20 additional countries that are expected to start offering the iPhone 3G on August 22. Such are the troubles that Apple has to deal with.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

iPhone Nano is on way for Christmas Day?

Last Sunday, the Daily Mail revealed that the upcoming Christmas version of Apple's iPhone Nano, can listen to music can also take the call, but do not have mobile Internet connectivity. The iPhone will be devoted to market-oriented advances.
What will come in?