For more information and links please click the “More Info” button Through the sales of the TouchPad there are a lot of new webOS users being exposed to our wondrous platform. If you’ve been following the news, blogs and even this site you may have noticed there’s a lot of buzz regarding homebrew on the TouchPad. One of the marvelous things about webOS is that, unlike iOS and Android, adding custom software and tweaking the performance is incredibly easy. Unlike the aforementioned platforms there’s no need for complicated “rooting” or “Jailbreaking” of a webOS device to enable homebrew functionality. Between the wonderful folks at WebOS Internals and Jason Robitaille they have come up with a powerful 1-2 punch that makes it easier and more convenient to tweak the performance of your device than any other platform. I’m talking about webOS Quick Installer and Preware. We are going to walk you through unlocking the hidden potential of your TouchPad two ways: with step-by-step instructions and with a video tutorial. Let’s roll up our sleeves and get started Links: Main Article: WebOS Quick Installer Download: dl.dropbox.com
Pocketnow on Google Currents bit.ly EA Mobile Daily Deals bit.ly Watch this week’s iReview as we go through all that’s Cool and the Not So Cool inside the world of Apple’s iOS devices. In today’s show we begin by talking about the new deals offered by EA Mobile on their games. We later talk about the new progress in reaching an untethered jailbreak in iOS 5, aside from new developments on a carrier unlock for the iPhone 4S. We talk about Google Currents and how to get our Pocketnow current on your Android or iOS device. We later end the Cool section by going through the OnLive gaming service coming soon to the iPhone and iPad. In the Not So Cool section we talk about iOS 5.1 beta and how disappointing it is to see that it still can’t fix the battery issues on any of the tested units. All this and more after the break.