Tag: App - Latest Releases
Onepoint Optimizes Multi-Project Dashboard for iPhone
May 16, 2013 - Onepoint Software, the leading provider of integrated PPM software, just released their new multi-project dashboard for the iPhone: “Onepoint 360”. The new app not only allows accessing Onepoint Projects from the popular smartphone, but also stores the dashboard locally, so that all information is also accessible if users are not connected to the Internet. Onepoint 360 is available for free from the iTunes App Store.
Toonia Colorbook - Free Coloring Book App for Kids
May 16, 2013 - Toonia Colorbook includes 48 beautiful coloring pages in 6 themes. Each theme comes with a unique selection of beautiful crayons for your children to discover and combine in any way they like. Toonia Colorbook also supports multi-touch so your kids can color together with friends or siblings and learn about the importance of cooperation and the joy of sharing. The more fingers the merrier! When finished you can save, share and print your works, or shake the device to start over.
Kickstarter Medical Rounding App Rewards Med Schools and Hospitals
May 15, 2013 - Niles Technology Group has launched a new Kickstarter project that generously rewards medical schools and hospitals with state of the art mobile rounding technology. With new technology being measured in both high initial costs and high risk of uncertain outcomes, this project rewards backers with an entire mobile rounding system simply for supporting the project. The result is acquisition of leading mobile rounding technology complete with technical support at a fraction of open market prices.
Packing Pro 9.0 Simplifies Family Traveling, Avoids Excess Baggage Fees
May 15, 2013 - QuinnScape today has announced the release of version 9.0 of Packing Pro, its popular travel app for the iPhone, iPad & iPod touch. This update adds a host of family-friendly features to this 4-year-old app, as well as individual bag weight totaling to help avoid excess baggage fees. Adds several new family-friendly features, such as list filtering by both person and bag, filter-related enhancements to its Expert list making tool, new list total breakdowns by person and bag, and more.
Photographer takes iPad users on a free motorcycle ride through Mexico
May 15, 2013 - Chronicling the Mexico leg of his two year solo motorcycle journey to the Americas with images and journals, photographer Serdar Sunny Unal released his book RIDING MEXICO 1.8.2 as a free app on the App Store. This universal book-app was designed and built from the ground up, and the resulting giant photo-travelogue, Los Angeles to Buenos Aires. RIDING MEXICO takes its readers for a spectacular visual ride through the first 3700 miles of the epic journey, for free.
BISCUE App Now Provides Marketing Skills Courses via Smartphones/Tablets
May 12, 2013 - BISCUE App, a business skills application provided by the Shubiki Corporation, Japan, has released new marketing skills courses in English, Spanish, and Japanese. BISCUE App has been designed and developed based on the Japanese training materials currently used in business, and is localized to English & Spanish editions for the use of respective native learners. One of the features of the content is to go into the detailed aspects of business in practice, instead of just describing the theories.
The App Pages Debuts App Promo Video Service
May 10, 2013 - The App Page is pleased to announce the launching of a new video production service for iOS developers. Provide a turn-key service for developers by not only providing high quality video production services, but also giving them immediate exposure via The App Page website, our YouTube channel, our twitter feed and our Facebook page. All in all, we give our developers' apps exposure to over 55,000 users and followers.
Flag it! App to identify world flags out now!
May 10, 2013 - Indie developer Joshua Wood is proud to announce Flag it! is a new iPhone app designed to allow users to easily identify world flags. Designed by a student from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, the student developer had the idea for the app a long time ago but didn't have the skills to create it. So instead of leaving the idea go to waste, he decided to learn how to make apps and make it! Little did he know making apps would lead to a new addiction and now he can't give it up!
New Creative App Defaced Uses Cutting Edge Facial Recognition Technology
May 09, 2013 - Defaced, the new iPhone App created by London based Apellio, is now available in the Apple App Store. Apellio's vision was to design an imaginative and fun experience using the advanced facial recognition technology rarely seen in creative apps. Defaced uses a unique two-step process. The first step is to draw and add images to a photograph of someone's face. The second step is to combine your artistic creations with the camera, super imposing them onto people's faces in real time.