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The Ultimate iPhone/iPod Touch App Organizer Hits the Web

August 23, 2009

Requirements: a Mac and a jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch

Have you ever wanted to rearrange your applications on your iPhone, but ended up messing up pages of apps? Well, now there is a solution for that, and it’s called Movement. Created by Jeff Steieler, Movement essentially lets your rearrange all of your applications on your iPhone or iPod Touch, straight from your Mac. Seems too good to be true, right? Of course, there’s a catch. It requires a jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch. MG Siegler wrote about iTunes 9 a few weeks ago on TechCrunch, with the possibility of app organization, but it’s all up in the air right now, so if you don’t want to jailbreak your device, wait until iTunes 9 is released, then come back to this.

Overall, Movement is very cool. It provides a tool that many iPhone and iPod Touch users want, but under a cost of jailbreaking your iPhone or iPod Touch. Movement is developed by indie Mac developer Jeff Stieler.


Oh, and according to a comment left on the above video:


Sorry, but I have no intent to attempt an app like Movement on Windows.

I am using a lot of mac-only interface code, and it would take me a significantly longer time to implement on Windows.

Take care.


I guess the many Windows users with a jailbroken device will just have to wait for iTunes 9 (or until a brave and determined coder/developer makes a version for Windows, which is somewhat unlikely).

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