Jun 14, 2016 - California based Hi Rawr Studios announces Fall Asleep Now - Calmly & Relaxed 3.9, an update to their free sleep aid app that promises to help users quickly and soundly fall asleep. People with challenges falling asleep have reason to rejoice. Fall Asleep Now works by using a combination of knowledge and audio therapy to deliver safe and effective results. Wake up feeling refreshed and feel like you slept all night. Based on customer feedback, version 3.9 includes many new improvements.
Jun 08, 2016 - OhMD, the "Whatsapp for healthcare," goes freemium with the launch of a free version of their paid subscription-based app. In 110 hospitals and practices nationwide, patients are using OhMD to securely text their doctors and care teams about everything from a medical concern, an appointment question, or even text an image of a rash. Doctors can use OhMD to text with patients, or even coordinate care with other doctors both in and outside their organization.
Jun 06, 2016 - Oxford-based Smoky Cat Software Ltd. today announced that Heart Graph version 4.0 with Apple Watch app is now available to download on the App Store. Heart Graph plots high resolution graphs of heart rate and allows comparison of those graphs and other workout statistics between sessions. The new app will allow Apple Watch users to see the time spent in different heart rate zones while exercising, as well as a graph of up to 12 hours of recent heart rate data.
Jun 02, 2016 - Gotta Apps today introduces Gotta Joga Prenatal - Yoga during Pregnancy 1.0, their brand new app for iOS devices. Gotta Joga Prenatal offers a set of 8 yoga classes and 27 postures dedicated for expecting mothers. Classes are suitable for pregnant women from 2nd trimester forward. Following the growth of the yoga tree accompanied by benefits of yoga for expecting mothers, users have a symbolic way of following their progress. The yoga tree and last practice can be shared in social networks.
May 19, 2016 - California based indie developer, Adrian Ramirez today announces Spiritual Me 1.5.1, an important update to his popular mobile app. Spiritual Me guides users through exercises that enable them to practice meditation while being inspired by nature, art and scripture. The app asks users to select their current state of mind and current emotion and then enter a bad habit or attribute they would like to improve on. Version 1.5.1 is free to download and offers four new routines that can be unlocked.
May 19, 2016 - UK based LittleQuest Limited today announces the worldwide launch of LittleBook - The Breakup App 1.0.10 for both iOS and Android. Based on science, LittleBook is a relationship journal app designed to make breakups easier by helping people understand their relationships and giving them a safe place to put past partners, so they can stop carrying around painful memories. LittleBook users can also anonymously read shared stories and share any chapter they write with other users.
May 13, 2016 - Toronto based developer, Christina Lau today introduces TennisKeeper 1.1, a new app for tennis players to track their tennis activities and to make every tennis day memorable. Keeping track of match facts helps you stay focused and is a great way to understand your progress. If you are playing tennis as a workout to lose weight, TennisKeeper keeps track of your calories burned and help you reach your goal. Your tennis will never be the same again. Version 1.1 includes many new features.
May 09, 2016 - Independent development studio, Kitefaster today releases a free version of the Deep Sleep Sounds app for Apple TV. The app was a finalist in the ports category of the Apple TV App Challenge presented by AppLovin. The developer originally wrote the App to help his newborn baby fall asleep. However, the sounds also help adults sleep, study, or relax. Deep Sleep Sounds can play the last selected sound immediately on launch, useful for calming fussy babies as soon as possible.
May 08, 2016 - Independent iOS Developer, James Hollender has some last minute Mother's Day Gift Ideas, especially if she's one of the unfortunate ones required to take blood thinning medications. All are iOS apps. First is the Vitamin K app to look up many foods that contain this nutrient that counteracts the medication. Second is the iNutrients app that includes 10 different nutrients, but a much more complete list. Lastly is the "All iNutrient App" app bundle that contains the Vitamin K app plus 9 more.