I’ve extended the open source iPhone apps list with two great new apps.
The quest for quality iPhone and iPad programming examples continues and both of these apps are app store apps that the creators generously decided to open source. While there are a lot of great examples on the list with the continuous release of new features more are always welcome.
The first app is very interesting because I know that the topic of controlling the iPhone 4’s flash is searched for quite frequently on this site. This app features a strobe lite, see video:
You can find the homepage here: iStrobe.
The other app is Ecological Footprint, which shows how to share data using Facebook connect and e-mail, utilizing Core Data and more. See video:
You can find the homepage here: Ecological Footprint.
Check here for more information on the other 37 open source iphone app store apps.
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