Apple is building a social media application called iGroups for the iPhone. The application’s main focus is to ensure privacy so that people can exchange information and meet online in a secure manner. Â The news about this was uncovered when folks from Patently Apple revealed information about documents, with details of the app, which were published to the USPTO (US Patent and Trademark Office).
There is already an iPhone app called iGroups so Apple will have to do something about resolving the issue about the name with the developers. It is believed that the new app uses “virtual GPS” a system that uses Wi-Fi or Bluetooth as proximity tools.
Click here for the full story.
5 Reasons Why Enterprise Apps FailMay 12th, 2010
Reap the Benefits of MobilegeddonMay 12th, 2010
Mobility in 2015: Financial Institutions & BanksMay 12th, 2010
Web Spiders' partnership with Xamarin will facilitate multi-platform, native app developmentMay 12th, 2010
event2mobile adds a new level of engagement to events with its innovative Photo ModuleMay 12th, 2010
Web Spiders develops NETS Savers app, the most downloaded free iPhone AppMay 12th, 2010