IFive for the iPhone

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iFive for the iPhone is a netcast featuring top five lists of popular iPhone apps and functionality. The show offers visual walkthroughs and helpful tricks in a fast-paced format, with each episode clocking in under 10 minutes. Hosted by Sarah Lane, the show airs weekly on the TWiT Network.

iFive for the iPhone is recorded on Wednesdays at 3:00pm PST / 6:00pm EST, during which viewers can watch the live recording without post-processing and with potential outtakes.

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Please try to keep messages under 60 seconds so it can be played on the show

Recent Episodes

Below are recent episodes you can download or watch.

  • iFive for the iPhone 43Marbly, Boxer, AtlasBoxer is an outstanding email app, Atlas for robust scheduling, Marbly from the creator of Tetris, a photo trick, a dictionary shortcut, & more!
  • iFive for the iPhone 42Candy Crush, Social Pandora, International Data GuidesWhy Candy Crush is so addictive, Pandora gets more social, data guides for international travelers, broken iPhone button workarounds, & more!
  • iFive for the iPhone 41Osito, Luma, ReadmillOsito’s your predictive assistant, Luma will smooth out your videos, Readmill for ebooks, Siri tricks, & more!
  • iFive for the iPhone 40Oggl, Elevatr, Beer Hunt!Hipstamatic’s Oggl is an incredible photo app, Elevatr for your next big idea, Beer Hunt for brew afficianados, duh tips for Mail.app, & more!
  • iFive for the iPhone 39Dots, Days, Tinder!Dots is your new game obsession, Days helps you batch-post photos daily, Tinder is the new Hot or Not, duh tips for ellipses, & more!

More episodes can be viewed and downloaded here.

Show notes

Below are detailed show notes for released episodes. These are updated as soon as possible as time allows and/or as much community effort is put into them.

Additional show notes for iFive for the iPhone can be found here.

Theme

Music by: Dan Lueders

The theme for iFive can be downloaded from here.

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