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Debt Snowball - Life Hack to get Debt Free like a snowball

Jul 15, 2014 - Vancouver based CobbySoft Media Inc. today announces Debt Snowball Full 1.2, an update to their popular financial app for iOS devices. By following the debt snowball strategy recommended by financial gurus for years, Debt Snowball Full helps you pay off your debts faster and easier. Debt Snowball was specifically developed to help you do all of the above in a best in class user interface. Everything is ergonomically designed to help you input, keep track and pay off any debt effortlessly.

ComicBooth creates Amazing Comicbook Effect for iOS

Oct 07, 2011 - ComicBooth vol.1 is the first of the ComicBooth series by CobbySoft Media Inc. Comics as a real mass medium started to emerge in the United States in the early 20th century with the newspaper comic strip. Today, comics are found in newspapers, magazines, comic books, graphic novels and on the web. Since most of us don't have the talent to be a comic artist, ComicBooth app for iPhone is designed to interpret the luminance of an object and build an image with comicbook effect.

Take Comic Book Photos Instantly With ComicBooth

Aug 22, 2011 - Vancouver based CobbySoft Media announces the release of the ComicBooth real time comic effect app for iOS. ComicBooth Turn Your World Into A Comic Book Instantly. While most of the photo effect apps provide slow image processing on moible devices, the ComicBooth series of apps offer major breakthroughs in real time image processing. ComicBooth offers the users a whole new way to look at the world through the iOS family of devices. Consistent throughout the series is the smooth user experience.

Thermal Vision Creates Thermal Visual Effects for iOS

Mar 10, 2011 - Vancouver based CobbySoft Media announces the release of Thermal Vision 1.0 for iOS. Thermal Vision is designed to interpret the luminance of the object and build an image with thermography effect. Traditional image processing technology is slow and demanding for the iPhone hardware. Thermal Vision overcame this by leveraging the latest OpenGL framework and applying post-processing pixel-shader to each frame of the camera feed and redisplaying the result on the screen using the built-in GPU.