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Dictabulus Showcases Clever Use of Speech to Text Through iPhone 4S Siri

Nov 11, 2011 - iOS developer Spielhaus introduces Dictabulus Speech 1.0. The iPhone 4S only app showcases a clever use of Siri to transfer spoken text to the frontmost window on a Mac via WiFi. Dictabulus forwards the text returned by Siri and sends it to the mac creating a fast and simple dictate tool. Users only need to run a free helper tool on their Mac. The helper tool waits for the Dictabulus app to connect, then forwards the text returned from Siri and pastes it into the frontmost window on the Mac.

There Are Not Enough Pixel Art Editors with Dropbox Support for the iPad

Aug 04, 2011 - Indie iOS developer Spielhaus today introduces Pixel Dude: Editor for Pixel Art with Dropbox Support 1.0, a easy-to-use pixel art editor specifically designed for the iPad. Featuring clever color selection tools and useful shortcut gestures, the app lets the user focus on the art of pushing pixels while staying out of the way to make room for the creative mind. Pixel Dude is geared towards developers who seek to create sprites for their games as well as designers and pixel art aficionados.

Zen-like Approach to Voice Notes from iOS Developer Spielhaus

Dec 19, 2010 - Indie iPhone developer Spielhaus today announces Today Voice Notes 1.0, their new voice memo application for iPhone and iPod touch. Designed with the strict policy of "fewest taps possible" in mind, Today Voice Notes uses the built-in tilt sensor of the device to start recording. Voice notes can be enriched with text and images. The images can be snapped with the built-in cam or chosen from the camera roll.

Back to the roots - Spielhaus rewrites its first iPhone Timer App

Nov 01, 2010 - Starting out on the already crowded Apple App Store with a timer application, Spielhaus managed to convey the user experience that made the iPhone so popular into a useful every day app called "Timr". After months of small incremental updates, Spielhaus decided to completely rewrite the app. They left the best parts in and reengineered the rest. As it stands Timr is one of the most streamlined yet underestimated timer apps available.

Quirky pick up and play game from Spielhaus released - Firemen Panic

Aug 30, 2010 - German indie iPhone developer Spielhaus today releases Firemen Panic 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. Developed as a true "pick up and play" game, this fast-paced, tilt-based game features a burning building where people are jumping out of windows to escape the fire. The player has to position a saftey net and help them land softly. At the same time, distracted old ladies roam the streets in front of the building, eventually being hit by falling furniture.

Recurring Innovation - Unusual Task Management App Refined

Apr 12, 2010 - Encouraged by Apple's choice to feature Today Todo Pro for the last weeks in the App Store and the tremendous user feedback, Spielhaus refined its productivity app further by adding recurring tasks as well as a built-in web server. Today's main focus is the creation of an uncluttered yet sophisticated task management app that follows the principle of the fewest taps possible when it comes to interface design.

Innovation Pays Off - Today Todo Pro Featured by Apple

Feb 07, 2010 - Following up on the release of Today Todo Pro 1.4.1, the latest creation from Spielhaus was picked up by Apple. For the last week Apple featured the app in the popular What's Hot category in the App Store. Today approaches the crowded segment of productivity apps with a fresh take on usability. Designed with a strict policy of fewest taps possible in mind, Today has been created as such to expand its feature set without hampering usability.

There is still room to innovate - Unusual iPhone Task Management App

Jan 03, 2010 - Spielhaus today releases Today Todo Pro 1.4.1 for iPhone and iPod Touch. Today approaches the crowded segment of productivity apps with a fresh take on usability. Designed with the strict policy of fewest taps possible in mind, Today uses the built-in tilt sensor of the device to speed up entering tasks. Following this philosophy the user navigates through the app by interacting with the main design element - the sun.