entwicklungsschmiede UG today announces miCal 4.1, an update to their high-quality, mobile calendar for iPhone and iPad. The app captures new appointments directly and is easily synchronized with existing calendars like Outlook, Google, Exchange or Facebook Events. The origin of various appointments can be traced at any time via color-coding. MiCal stores a suitable title for each event, a detailed description, a from-to-time and a possible repetition. Version 4.1 offers numerous improvements.
LogicalVue Software, Inc. today announces SQLVue 4.1, an update to their elegant IDE for SQLite developers. SQLVue will make your database development more productive. You can quickly edit table data using the data editor. This robust SQL editor will auto-complete SQL commands, table names and column names. SQLite a free, open-source, single-user database engine that is taking the world by storm. SQLVue also gives you quick access to the official SQLite documentation.
Los Angeles based 24x7digital today announces TimesTables 4.1, an educational title for the iPhone/iPod/iPad iOS platform which teaches the basics of multiplication with an emphasis on learning the times tables and becoming very fast at recalling multiplication facts. The 4.1 update has a revamped user interface and adds multiplication flash cards, skip-counting apple orchard, and multiuser profiles, along with Apple Game Center leaderboards and achievement tracking and a new challenge mode.
Utah based Matthew King, leading developer of finance apps, announces the release of the newly updated and improved Debt Snowball Pro 4.1. Using the popular debt snowball method, this app optimizes debt payments for the quickest approach to financial freedom. Debt Snowball Pro not only helps to provide relief from the burden of debt, it helps consumers save money in interest payments by knocking out debt faster than other payoff methods.
PhatWare Corporation today announces WritePad for iPad 4.1, an update to their advanced handwriting recognition software for iPad devices. WritePad lets users take notes in their own handwriting with an iPad stylus pen or their finger. The state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn while it is being used, improving the recognition quality overtime. Version 4.1 now includes a Twitter client, which allows users to compose Twitter updates in their own handwriting.