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    hey last nyt i searched it on internet, found one thread where people are saying its possible to have powerPoint on iphone. i am sharing it here with all of you guys:- http://howmobile.net/apple-i-phone/1...nt-iphone.html like most of you have said that you need to install some Apps on your device to fulfill this purpose, same kind of things are included there in the thread i have mentioned. Actually i am wondering to put any third party app on my iphone. Is it safe to put such apps on iphone ?? can it damage something inside ?? don't know, very confused, can someone help me in this ??

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    Sorry, isn't that the whole point of smartphones, putting apps on them?

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    Rishi,

    Apple has a fairly comprehensive review process to ensure that the apps (like Skydrive for example) are safe to use. So long as you haven't jailbroken your phone (and you'd know if you'd done this), installing new apps should be fine.
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    ARe you sure about that Ken. I know that Apple have a comprehensive process to make sure that all developers are registered and that they (apple) can screw as much money as they can from the developer, but I am not aware that they actually do anything other than offer store services for that money.

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    Hey Bob,

    I have a buddy that actually develops iPhone apps. They do review them very carefully yes. I know it drives her nuts because, depending on the reviewer they get apps get turned down for programming methods used or UI designs, but it's all subject to how diligent the reviewer is.

    My understanding is that they do a tech review to ensure the app meets with their programming standards and doesn't do things they'd rate as potentially harmful. Having said that, I have not tried to develop an iPhone app, or gone through the process, so I can't say this from personal experience.
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    Rishi,

    Apple has a fairly comprehensive review process to ensure that the apps (like Skydrive for example) are safe to use. So long as you haven't jailbroken your phone (and you'd know if you'd done this), installing new apps should be fine.
    hey KEN thank you so much buddy, you are the real hero of excelguru. seriously i mean it

    thanx again

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    I think if phone support windows then you can use the same progs u use on your PC

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