Site Updates: new blogs, iPhone app reviews, RSS feeds, more...
There are essentially three blogs: an iPhone blog, a Mac blog, and a General blog — all of which combine to form the AppleInsider Backpage Blogs. Readers can view the blogs individually, or collectively through the primary Backpage Blog URL:
Below is a collection blog stories posted over the past week so that you can get an idea of the material you'll find in these new content sections. There are a variety of ways to keep up with the blogs and be alerted of updates, all of which is explained below.
We've reviewed both of the leading VNC clients for the iPhone:
And some general apps:
Some iPhone game reviews:
Keeping up with the blogs
One way to keep up with the blogs is to glance over our headline listings that immediately follow the text of each AppleInsider article. "Most Recent Headlines" lists the day's traditional top news headlines, "iPhone Blog Headlines" lists only headlines from the iPhone blog, and "Backpage Headlines" lists posts to both the Mac and General blogs. A green dot next to a headline means it was published within the last 24 hours, while a grey dot means the news item is slightly older than that.
Blog updates can also be tracked from the left hand site of AppleInsider's main page, where listings from all three blogs are grouped together.
Perhaps the best way to keep up with the blogs, and AppleInsider in general, is to add one or more of our RSS feeds to your news reader.
|Main page||Our existing feed containing all the day's top stories.|
|iPhone blog||A new feed exclusively featuring iPhone blog page stories.|
|Backpage blogs||A new feed featuring stories from all blogs except the iPhone blog (for non-iPhone owners).|
|Every blog||A new feed the contains a list of every single blog story (iPhone, Mac, General).|
Feedback & Press
General comments and reader suggestions can be sent to "news (at) appleinsider (dot) com". iPhone app developers and other third parties wishing to have their products covered or previewed on AppleInsider's blogs can contact Sam at "sam (at) appleinsider (dot) com".