Guide to native applications for the iPhone – iPhone Atlas

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Guide to native applications for the iPhone

The world of iPhone-native applications has evolved tremendously in the past few weeks. Once requiring a lengthy jailbreaking and installation process and plagued by a dearth of utility, third-party iPhone binaries can now be easily installed (at least under Mac OS X) through a GUI that requires no user interaction with commands or scripts and have matured from proofs-of-concept to include functions that are of use to the average iPhone owner.

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