March 12, 2010 in Travel (E)
[prMac.com] Tricesimo (Udine), Italy - Independent software developer Marco De Girolamo today is pleased to announce the release of BabelMenu 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. When the usual dictionaries do not help, a new application for iPhone perfect for travellers. If you have ever happened to eat at a restaurant abroad and look doubtfully at the menu without knowing what you are about to order, you can now get a personal food assistant, just a click away.
The current database includes 1500 international dishes, classified in 19 categories, translated in 4 languages, completed with ingredients, description and a photo. The interface is composed by 3 research Tabs, included a full-text index enabled on the 4 dictionaries. It has been also implemented with filters to include or exclude, vegetarian and spicy dishes, high in cholesterol or in sugar levels. All with just a finger touch. The information is always available as flags on the description card. The search is fast and simple: just type only a part of the word to search and the system will automatically select all the dishes containing the fixed parameters.
BabelMenu is localized in 4 languages: US English, Italian, French and Spanish. The database will shortly be updated adding new dishes and new languages.
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later
* 13.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
BabelMenu 1.0 is only $4.99 (USD) and available exclusively through the App Store in the Travel category. For further information you can contact Marco De Girolamo on the website or by checking on the iTunes App Store.
Marco De Girolamo is an IT professional with more than 20 years of experience, covering Roles within Development, Project Managment, Sales deparment and Business Development with broad international corporation in Europe and US. He is currently starting a new self managed company oriented to develop and distribute application for mobile device with particular attention to the iPhone world. Copyright (C) 2010 Marco De Girolamo. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.