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CNET Australia iPhone app released!

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Ty is a journalist with 15 years experience in writing for IT and entertainment publications. He is in charge of the home theatre category for CNET Australia and is also a PC enthusiast. He likes indie music and plays several instruments. Twitter: @tpendlebury

Ever been out in your local store and needed quick access to our reviews? CNET Australia has released its official iPhone app!

The app gives you not only the latest reviews, but news, picture galleries, videos and even the Pulse podcast as you browse!

The app is available from the Apple iTunes store and is optimised for use on the iPhone and the iPod Touch.

Get the CNET Australia app here.

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Via itunes.apple.com



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Cam posted a comment   

great app guys, craps all over the international version.

 

Ty Pendlebury posted a comment   

Learn to spell Joe - 'covert'?
But Joe's right for once, since I love my iPhone 3GS!!

 

Fanboi posted a reply   

Sorry Ty, uisng the slide imput thingo on mi andiood is A chalnge k

 

damez posted a comment   

+1 cricketboy

 

cricketboy posted a comment   

When is the Android app being made available?

 

Joseph "Fanboi" Hanlon posted a reply   

Who cares cricketboy, iPhone rules the world, covert or DIE!!!

:)

 

anon posted a reply   

HA, yea right. The iPhone and Android conflict will be the next "PS3 vs Xbox 360" war. I used to own an iPhone before I ound an Android in the shop. Researched a bit, and Android is ripping up the iPhone.

Here's a quick example: a few months back, Android wasn't even a year old while the iPhone was a few years old, Android topped iPhone and iPod Touch sales combined, by 5 million handsets.

P.S. My iPhone never did exactly what I wanted, ergo it was SH*T!

 

StuartT posted a reply   
Australia

nice one troll. shame that android 2.2 is a superior os

 

Joseph Hanlon posted a reply   
Australia

I call identity fraud! Give me back my credit card numbers!

 

anon posted a reply   

HA, yea right. The iPhone and Android conflict will be the next "PS3 vs Xbox 360" war. I used to own an iPhone before I ound an Android in the shop. Researched a bit, and Android is ripping up the iPhone.

Here's a quick example: a few months back, Android wasn't even a year old while the iPhone was a few years old, Android topped iPhone and iPod Touch sales combined, by 5 million handsets.

P.S. My iPhone never did exactly what I wanted, ergo it was SH*T!

 

Joseph Hanlon posted a reply   
Australia

I call identity fraud! Give me back my credit card numbers!




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