November 22, 2009 in Travel (F)
[prMac.com] Sungai Buloh, Malaysia - Independent software developer, Emir F Samsuddin, has announced that iTravelzPal is available for sale on the Apple App Store. It is a 6-in-1 "survivor tool" utility application crafted specifically as a back-up distress calling/signalling in case of emergency. The utility was created exclusively for the iPhone and iPod Touch platforms.
iTravelzPal is created with "survivor conditions" in mind. It works when there are no GPS and phone line signals. There are no fancy gestures or movements controls, therefore the operation will not be easily disturbed when you are signalling for help while climbing rocks, navigating a canoe, or stuck in a pile of earthquake debris.
The user interface is cleverly designed for ease of operation. The graphics design is beautifully crafted and original to this app. The main display of the app boasts bright color coded buttons with easily recognized icons. Included in this utility is a guidebook containing the details of how to signal for distress effectively, when all you have is your iPhone/iPod Touch with fully charged battery.
* 6 tools - Flashlight, SOS signal, Alpine Distress signal, Morse Code signal, Strobe light and a guidebook
* Starts off with a white light
* Fully customizable text-to-morse code signal
* A quick reference guide book on how to act in distress conditions
* Adjustable speed for strobe light tool
* Control buttons conveniently placed at corners of screen for easy access
* Fully customizable colors for all tools
* Preset colors available - white, gray, red, green, blue, yellow
* Nice graphics and cool animations
* iPhone or iPod Touch 2.2.1 or later
Pricing and Availability: iTravelzPal is only $0.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utility category.
The developer has been involved in making utility softwares for more than 10 years, mostly in Windows desktop platform and Windows Mobile platform, using Delphi and Lazarus. And recently started to develop for Apple's iPhone platform this year. Copyright (C) 2009 Emir F Samsuddin. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.