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By rsmiller
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Published: Jan 18 2013 / 10:21

A developer explains how he transformed travel magazine content into a dynamic iOS app that takes advantage of advanced iPhone functions.
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roblimo replied ago:

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Darn. I'd have to blow my vacation budget on an iThingie to use these sites. :(

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rsmiller replied ago:

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You're right, Roblimo. It does in fact require you to own an iThingie. But did you know you can an iPhone 4 for free from AT&T, Sprint and Verizon with a two year contract. So you don't actually have to blow you vacation budget. :) http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/shop_iphone/family/iphone4

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roblimo replied ago:

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Did you know that those phone companies build the cost of the phone into their contract prices? I pay $35/month for unlimited data & texting and more voice time than I'll ever use, and I paid $150 for a pretty fancy Android phone. Run the numbers. :)

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rsmiller replied ago:

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Oh I'm sure you're right and $35 a month is a very good price. I did ask him if there were plans for an Android version, but I haven't heard back from yet. I'll let you know.

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