Mirial today announces that iPhone 3GS and iPad have been added to the list of certified devices for Mirial ClearSea, which already includes iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4th gen. ClearSea features high-quality video conferencing, supports both SIP and H.323 standards and optimized in order to get the most out of the mobile networks. It enables iPhone users to connect to other iPhones, iPods, Android phones and tablets, Windows PC and Mac, or to any H323 standards-based video conferencing equipment.
Happymagenta releases Spyglass 3.0.1, an update to their multi-functional augmented reality navigation tool for iOS devices. Spyglass combines features of a milspec compass, GPS tracker, sextant, rangefinder, angular calculator and a variety of other navigational tools within a single, easy-to-use application. It makes full use of latest hardware features of iPhone 3GS/4 and iPad Wi-Fi + 3G as well as software capabilities of iOS 3.1 and higher.
Pictional LLC today releases TrueHDR 2.0, an update that brings major improvements in high dynamic range photography to the iPhone. Picking up where Apple’s HDR leaves off, TrueHDR offers better results with enhanced details in the shadows and sun, and support for iPhone 4 and 3GS, including back and front cameras. TrueHDR’s new Rapid Autocapture mode makes it easier than ever to take HDR pictures, and its new SemiAuto mode offers greater control in choosing exposure points.