Ling Lee today introduces NutriHiLo 1.0 for iOS, her new Healthcare & Fitness app that provides a database of more than 160 common foods and 26 essential nutrients. Users can set multiple filters to find foods that suit their nutritional requirements. For example, the app can search for foods high in the following: vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, folate, and fiber; and low in the following: sodium, sugar, and fat. Results displayed include: broccoli, collards, endive, and turnip greens.
Mobile game developer Bertheussen announces Wordfeud 1.2.2, their popular game for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Play against 2.6 million people on a 15 by 15 tile board and gain points for words created and placed. Players can obtain higher points by placing words on the double letter, double word, triple letter and triple word tiles. Players can participate in 30 simultaneous games and have the ability to chat with their opponents tying in custom avatars.
Eltima Software has released Flash’in’App 2.6, a Cocoa framework which allows loading and fully managing Flash movies right in Mac applications. The app features several new options which make implementing Flash Player component into any Mac application even more convenient. Those, who are working with Flash’In’App for the first time, will be pleased to find examples of Flash’In’App usage for applications written in different languages including Python and Ruby.
Michigan based Vortimac Software today announces Dossier 2.6, an important update to their popular information management tool for Mac OS X. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, Dossier is an ideal solution for keeping and organizing notes, to-do lists, passwords, and virtually anything else. Version 2.6 features a substantial overhaul, including major interface enhancements, better support for import from various sources, upgraded help system, and dozens of other enhancements and bug fixes.