Dec 11, 2015 - Zed Said Studio announces the release of their latest app, Cachly 1.0 for iOS devices. Cachly is a geocaching app that uses the iOS device's GPS capabilities to allow users to explore and find hidden geocaches in their area. Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting activity in which participants use a GPS device to hide and find containers called geocaches. Throughout the world, there are over 2 million individual geocaches in more than 190 different countries.
Dec 03, 2015 - Developed by Carob Apps, LLC, the new inRoute 4 is the first voice guided navigation app to automatically check your route for severe weather. Previously featured on the TODAY show and by Apple as a Best New App in Navigation, inRoute's route planner - with automatic order optimization and custom routes based on elevation, weather, curviness and more - has now been coupled with a voice navigation upgrade that detects severe weather ahead on the route.
Nov 06, 2015 - Dresden based independent development collective, acops today introduces Best Area Pro 1.0, its new navigation utility developed for iOS devices. Best Area Pro helps measure land area and distances on a map. This clever app automatically recognizes an area reading from entered locations. Users may export information in GPX format in order to transport location into a navigation system or route planner website, making it an easy-to-use tool.
Nov 04, 2015 - UK based Open Media LLC today announces Find My Stuff 1.2, an important update to their popular navigation app for iOS devices. Find My Stuff helps people keep up with their valuable belongings. Version 1.2 offers many innovative features, including the ability to be used by international users. Improved battery usage features have been added in order to make the app run more efficiently. A new alert feature has been added to improve the effectiveness of real-time alerts.
Oct 27, 2015 - FutureTap GmbH today announces Where To? 9.0, an important update to their popular local search app for iOS and Apple Watch devices. Where To? finds nearby restaurants, shops, and other services. The app provides detailed information - including menus, offers, photos, videos, reviews and more. Version 9.0 takes advantage of new iOS 9 features, including Spotlight search, as well as iPhone 6s features, such as 3D Touch. To celebrate the update, Where To? is on sale (66% off) for a limited time.
Oct 20, 2015 - Stockholm based Kewlanu AB today announces AutoFindr 1.0.3, a new iPhone app that automatically keeps track of where a user parks her/his car. AutoFindr uses a car's existing Bluetooth hands free connection to detect when a person leaves their car and saves the location. AutoFindr is different because it is automatic. It is the only app on the App Store able to accurately do so without additional hardware. It is initially available in English, German, Japanese and Swedish translations.
Sep 15, 2015 - Hunter Research and Technology is excited to announce version 5.0 of its flagship augmented reality navigation app. Theodolite is a multi-function viewfinder for iPhone and iPad that combines a compass, two-axis inclinometer, rangefinder, GPS, map, nav calculator, tracker, and geo-tag photo/movie camera into one indispensable app. Theodolite is great for outdoor enthusiasts, professionals, students, teachers, explorers, and high-tech gadget lovers.
Aug 31, 2015 - Simian Productions announces the immediate availability of wobinich ("whereami" in English), an iOS App that allows users to easily share their location in a platform independent message. If a recipient doesn't have a smartphone or the sender doesn't know what kind of phone the recipient has, sharing a location is difficult. Based on Apple's iOS Location Services, wobinich allows a sender to share his latitude and longitude coordinates via an SMS message with a couple of clicks.
Aug 18, 2015 - The developers at Open Media LLC have created an innovative mobile app which allows users to keep up with their valuable possessions at all times. By using tiny tracking devices called beacons, the "Find My Stuff" mobile app keeps track of the exact location of any object to which a beacon is attached. Types of objects that can be tracked include car keys, bicycles, vehicles, musical instruments, wallets and purses, jewelry, pets, and even children.