August 5, 2009 in Entertainment (F)
[prMac.com] Pully, Switzerland - akosma software is pleased to announce bluewoki 1.0, a simple and fun Bluetooth peer-to-peer walkie-talkie for iPhone OS 3.0, for iPhone and iPod Touch (2nd generation) with source code available on Github. bluewoki is a fun application which allows two iPhones to communicate over an ad-hoc Bluetooth network. It is a fun application to use with friends or relatives over a small distance, for example while biking or in a crowd.
bluewoki works up to a distance of around 10 meters, and uses the integrated speaker and microphone of the iPhone. It works on iPod Touch devices (2nd generation only) using an external microphone, like the one included in the iPhone headset.
* Auto-discovery of nearby peers
* Detects a disconnection from the remote party
* Leather-like UI
* Very simple to use
* Source code freely available
The source code of bluewoki is freely available at Github, a popular software source code sharing site, with a business-friendly BSD-like license. Developers are encouraged to use it as a basis for their explorations, in both open source and commercial applications.
* Requires iPhone 3.0 Software Update
* Compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch (2nd generation)
* Requires Bluetooth connectivity
Pricing and Availability:
bluewoki 1.0 may be purchased from the iTunes App Store for $0.99 (USD). The source code of the application is available at Github.
Located in Pully, Switzerland, akosma software was founded in 2009 by Adrian Kosmaczewski, MSc IT, with more than 12 years of experience in the field of software development. akosma software is a world-class provider of multilingual software solutions for the Mac, the iPhone and the Web. Copyright 2009 akosma software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.