March 16, 2011 in Utilities (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - Dimitrios Zampelis, founder of AriadneWare, an innovative new mobile application developer, has today announced the successfully release update of LED Machines. This beautifully kinetic multi-purpose app features a flashlight, Clock, Advanced Alarm, as well as a number of purely recreational functionalities all utilizing the iPhone 4's unique LED light. Highlighting the most recent update of this app are a re-designed interface, as well as an expanded list of clock and alarm functions. LED Machines version 3.3 is currently available on the Apple App Store $1.99.
Wanting to create a 'flashlight' app that transcended it's moniker to provide users with a complex array of functions, Dimitrios designed LED Machines to work as anything from an advanced Alarm Clock to a Morse Coder in addition to its base use as a mobile flashlight. The app includes two differently designed analog clock options - Classic or Tech. Meanwhile, LED Machine's Alarm clock utilizes the phone's LED by either simply turning on or creating a strobe effect when the users pre-set alarm sounds - the specific intervals at which the LED will flash can be set by the user as well. Furthermore, for sleepy users a handy 'clap-snooze' feature allows them to snooze their alarm clock by simply clapping their hands when it sounds.
Keeping this in mind, LED Machine's other features spread across a much broader spectrum of possible uses. For instance, the app's interface is able to accurately illustrate weather conditions present at the users location in real-time with remarkably dynamic and realistic animations. For those that get lost easily the app includes a visual LED based compass to direct them in the right direction, while a Morse Coder allows users to write and transmit messages via their blinking LED light using real Morse Code. Simply put, there are run-of-the-mill flashlight apps, and then there's LED Machines. With the power to utilize user's iPhone 4 LED lights to their full multi-faceted potential, LED Machines is primed to become a staple app among tech savvy App Store shoppers for some time to come.
Working out of AriadneWare, Dimitrios Zampelis is an independent mobile application developer committed to creating practical mobile resources for the ever more sophisticated mobile consumer base. Having a 20 years experience of programming and owing a diploma in Computer science, and a Masters in Human-Computer Interaction, Dimitrios is currently on his final year of his PhD in Augmented reality and Rapid prototyping. He created AriadneWare a year ago as an effort to set new standards in mobile user interaction by applying the knowledge he collected from his long experience in the field. Copyright (C) 2011 Dimitrios Zampelis. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.