DewDrop Studios today announces NetUse Traffic Monitor 1.2.1, a major update of its highly-regarded network usage monitor application for Mac OS X. Utilizing the SNMP feature of any modern Internet router or gateway, NetUse monitors and collects real-time Internet usage statistics for all the computers in your home or office that share an Internet connection. Version 1.2.1 sports a new improved user interface, full Lion support, enhanced hardware supports, full SNMP support and more.
BeSoft today announces Taxi INT 1.2.1 for iOS, an update to their app that lists more than 1,200 taxi companies throughout the world. Constantly expanding, the database currently includes 15 different countries and more than 100 major cities. In addition to phone numbers and auto-dial, many listings include additional information, such as fares to points of interest and airports. BeSoft is currently developing a multi-lingual website where taxi companies can add themselves to the database.
Yazsoft today announces Unblunder 1.2.1, an update to their recovery solution for Mac OS X. Unblunder was developed specifically to help protect against accidental data loss by offering Mac OS X a much needed “Recently Deleted” feature, giving you plenty of time to recover files before they’re gone forever. Unblunder uses Mac OS X’s UNIX underpinnings to hang on to files after the Trash has been emptied. When started, it runs quietly in the background and stays out of your way.
Igor Vlasov today released Chebyshev Trend Pro 1.2.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application is a recent launch that depicts the true story of a Yahoo Finance stock trend. A complete absence of lag acts as a noise filter, removing all of the random fluctuations and showing only the real, underlying trending. Users are able to view a stock’s S/R line, buy and sell signals, trend comparisons and more. The app also allows the grouping of symbols and adjustment of trend dates.
Deep IT today releases Diagrammix 1.2.1, an update to their popular diagramming tool for Mac OS X. With a focus on eas-of-use, Diagrammix was developed specifically for building beautiful diagrams with minimal effort. It offers a lot of useful art elements with different connectors that eliminate the need for preparing attractive elements in alternative vector drawing applications. Diagrammix features several palettes with amazing elements specially designed for diagramming and project tracking.
Mobile Brother has announced the release of FaceChanging+ 1.2.1. FaceChanging+ has added 8 oriental face masks, with more accurate face recognition technology. As if the face masks have been already drawn by human hands on your face before you take the picture. The colors and arc shapes of the masks can outline all faces incisively and vividly. Share your FaceChanging image on your Facebook, or e-mail it to your friends.
Best Kids Apps today releases ZOOLA 1.2.1 for iOS devices. ZOOLA teaches very young children the name and sounds of a lot of different animals. The app offers more than two hundred HD photos of a mommy, daddy and baby of each animal type, along with another picture of the species. Serving to promote a feeling of togetherness, ZOOLA appeals to the young and young at heart and was developed primarily as a tool for teaching tiny children about the wonderful world of animals.
Madrid based cocoaWithChurros today announces iExifer 1.2.1, a major update of the popular EXIF viewer for Mac OS X. A great tool for photography aficionados, iExifer features an elegant and intuitive interface, revealing all the EXIF metadata, GPS location and image thumbnails stored inside image files. iExifer will also satisfy the most advanced users displaying IPTC tags, and more specific EXIF Maker Notes. Version 1.2.1 includes EXIF metadata for major cameras, as well as RAW images support.
pixolution GmbH has released visolu 1.2.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. visolu 1.2.1 featurees unique photo searching, sorting and finding technology that gives users an easy way to very quickly locate specific photos from their albums. visolu can handle thousands of photos, grouping them by visual similarity for display in the user’s choice of modes and enabling users to share any photo by email.
The stock simulation game, FantasyTrader is now available for free to iPhone and iPod touch users. This unique genre twister game lets users buy and sell virtual stocks of your favorite real world Superstars. The shares are delineated with ticker symbols, just like real stocks. So golfer Tiger Woods will have shares with ticker “TW” when issued. The values of various athletes will fluctuate depending on how often users buy and sell them, giving FantasyTrader a thriving virtual economy.
Cedrontech today released PraiseHymns 1.21 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. PraiseHymns is essentially a portable hymnal, music trainer and player, all rolled into one convenient application. It offers one hundred and fifty six favorite hymns, complete with sheet music and piano accompaniment. Originally, PraiseHymns was developed and launched for the iPad, PraiseHymns 1.21 is a major update, and includes an interface update, a table search and the ability to bookmark a song.
California based Green Queens and Kings has released Green Quest 1.2.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Who doesn’t want to be a Queen or King for a day? Use your power for good in this fun and inspirational game. People of all ages are loving the chance to design and then be their own Queen or King. As a Green Queen or King you have the power in this game to really help the earth. Make a difference in the most simple and fun ways with Green Quest today.
Rade | Eccles announces the release of MakeUseOf 1.2.1 for iPhone and iPod touch. MakeUseOf guides you through the web and tells you about hot websites that you have never heard of, free alternatives to popular software programs, and all kinds of “how to” tips for Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile computing users. The latest release of MakeUseOf 1.2 brings iOS 4 optimized retina display graphics to your daily dose of cool websites, tips, tricks, and software.
Independent developer Daniel Wetzel announces Paper Pile 1.2.1 for iPad devices. Paper Pile creates virtual newspapers looking almost exactly as their printed prototypes. It combines both media to a new reading experience. The app uses news feed subscriptions to compose the user’s personal newspaper. Paper Pile simulates perfectly the look and feel of real newspapers so even unexperienced users can deal easily with the app.