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Based in Silver Spring, Maryland. Founded in 2005, Leaping Bytes is a technology solutions company specializing in mobile, web, and custom software development founded by Elena and Andrei Tchijov. Between 2005 and 2010 Leaping Bytes was focusing entirely on web applications development. In 2010 Leaping Bytes branched out into mobile development and Elena joined Leaping Bytes full-time as it's CEO. As a company committed to progressive ideals within the open source community and beyond, Leaping Bytes supports clients with aligning goals and missions. As a result, we eagerly engage with the progressive nonprofit, advocacy and political community in order to jointly develop projects that ultimately create a greater good.
Leaping Bytes Releases MapPocket v.2.8 Update - Take Your Maps Anywhere

Jun 06, 2012 - Leaping Bytes has released MapPocket 2.8, an important update to their iOS map application that helps save on roaming charges while traveling. MapPocket is a quick, intuitive and convenient way of using maps on the road without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. MapPocket allows to share recorded maps with all your devices using iCloud or DropBox. Version 2.8 adds Transport and OpenCycle layers for OpenStreet maps.


Leaping Bytes Releases MapPocket v.2.7 Update - Take Your Maps Anywhere

May 08, 2012 - Leaping Bytes has released MapPocket 2.7, an update to their iOS map application that helps save on roaming charges while traveling. MapPocket is a quick, intuitive and convenient way of using maps on the road without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. MapPocket allows to share recorded maps with all your devices using iCloud or DropBox. Version 2.7 introduces brand new Help that covers every aspect of MapPocket.


Leaping Bytes debuts SaveNShow for iOS - Organize your life on the go

Apr 10, 2012 - Leaping Bytes today introduces SaveNShow 1.0, the new utility for iPhone and iPad to organize your life on the go. It stores text, photos, maps and addresses, assigns them due dates to create a handy portfolio of things you need for a given date. SaveNShow provides a total iCloud synchronization: create an item on your iPad and it will be available when you need it on your iPhone. SaveNShow features 4-digit PIN security for sensitive items as well as extensive built-in help to get started.


Leaping Bytes Releases MapPocket LITE: Maps On the Road without Internet

Feb 14, 2012 - Leaping Bytes today announces MapPocket LITE 2.5, a free version of their popular navigation app. Developed specifically to help save on roaming charges while traveling, MapPocket LITE offers a quick, intuitive and convenient way of using maps on the road without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. Effortlessly use GPS online and offline to track your current location/distance/average speed.


Leaping Bytes releases MapPocket v.2.4 Update - Take Your Maps Anywhere

Jan 28, 2012 - Leaping Bytes today announces MapPocket 2.4, an update to their iOS map application that helps save on roaming charges while traveling. MapPocket is a quick, intuitive and convenient way of using maps on the road without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. MapPocket allows to share recorded maps with all your devices using iCloud or DropBox. Version 2.4 includes changes to GPS Tracking, Map Language selector and more.


Leaping Bytes releases MapPocket v.2.3 Update - Take Your Maps Anywhere

Jan 06, 2012 - Leaping Bytes today announces MapPocket 2.3, an update to their iOS map application that helps save on roaming charges while traveling. MapPocket is a quick, intuitive and convenient way of using maps on the road without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. MapPocket allows to share recorded maps with all your devices using iCloud or DropBox. You can use GPS in off-line mode to pin-point your current location.


Leaping Bytes offers MapPocket Free on Fridays this Holiday Season

Nov 23, 2011 - Leaping Bytes today announces MapPocket 2.2 for iOS devices, an update to their map application that can help you to save a lot on roaming charges while traveling. MapPocket allows you to put online maps in your pocket, so you can use them later without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. In celebration of the upcoming holiday season, MapPocket will be available as a Free Download on Fridays till the end of the year.


Angry Tomato - New Social Activism App for iPhone

Oct 17, 2011 - In collaboration with the Student Farmworker Alliance, Leaping Bytes introduces Angry Tomato 1.0, their new social activism app for iOS devices. Angry Tomato app was created as a part of campaign calling on supermarket chains to stop human rights abuses of farm workers. Angry Tomato users are making activist art by throwing virtual tomatoes and a request for change across the storefronts of grocery chains that are failing to stand up for farm workers.


Leaping Bytes releases new version of Ruduko Puzzle Strategy Game

Oct 04, 2011 - Leaping Bytes today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of Ruduko v.1.5, an update to their puzzle strategy game for iPhone/iPad. A puzzle strategy combination under one roof, game difficulty gradually increases with each round/level and uncovers new ways to "guess a right move" along the way. Go ahead: stretch your brain and try your luck. To celebrate a release of new version, Ruduko will be available as a free download for a week until Tuesday, October 11.