Jerame Davis

Two New Features for iPhone Users

Filed By Jerame Davis | January 19, 2008 7:03 PM | comments

Filed in: Site News
Tags: Apple, iPhone, new feature, poll, Safari

iphone.pngGreat news for iPhone users. We've added a new iPhone formatted home page. It's still a work in progress, but iPhone users should go check out The Bilerico Project for iPhone.

Adding an iPhone home page wouldn't be complete without support for the new WebClip Bookmark icon. For those iPhone users who have updated to the new 1.1.3 iPhone software, we have provided a great looking custom button for you to add to your iPhone home screen. Go ahead, add a WebClip Bookmark for our new iPhone home page or the standard front page and check out our new icon.

We're thinking about some other new features here at the Project and we'd like your input. Check out the poll after the jump (it's also going to be on the front page) and let us know what you'd like to see on the web's best LGBT blog.

What would you like to see? Podcasts from our contributors? Video blogs? Cartoons? Got another idea? We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments.



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Actually what is needed is a braille keyboard for the I-Phone for those of us who are partially sighted.


Sue

What's really needed is a decent cellular carrier that works with the I-Phone in the first place. I and many I know have not even considered getting an I-Phone because we refuse to use ATT as our cellular carrier since their service is so horrendously bad. I'll consider getting one when it becomes available to use with any carrier and is not limited to just the worst service in the business.

I wouldn't call ATT the worst, but they are bad. The iPhone is the best phone I've ever had for reception and call quality though.

The worst phone company is Sprint. Their service was so bad, it was unbelievable. I couldn't complete a call without it dropping at least twice. I traded phones several times to no avail.

I was bummed when Cingular became ATT. I won't have a home phone from ATT ever again. I use Vonage at home. But I am satisfied enough with ATT to not pitch too much of a bitch about their service. I just wish EDGE data was faster.

I don't know anything about the whole iPhone thingy....But the site is looking very nice. I like the SodaHead poll and the pics and illustrations with the post!

Well..
I had Cingular and it was good until AT&T merged with them.... This May i am going to T-Mobile...
Take care
Sue

I've had T-Mobile for over a year and in all that time, I've had exactly one dropped call that I know was due to a problem on my end.

In addition, their pricing plans are the best I found when I researched it, and the phones were reasonably priced.

Right now, I see no reason whatsoever to use anyone else, and unless something changes drastically, I'll stay with them because of the excellent service I've had from them thus far.

I'd also point out, however, that I live in Central New Jersey, part of the NYC metro area, and one of the most densely populated areas of the country. If you don't live in such an area, your mileage may very well vary.

Hi Rebecca what i find attractive about T-Mobile is their VOIP phone offering...

I would be unhappy if i had to send a tertian appliance back to the manufacturer pay them nearly 100 dollars for a battery change and a loner while i wait to get mine back.

No I-Phone here...
No I-Pod for that matter ether.
Sane reason,,,
Bye..

Sue