Florida based RC3, Inc today releases Fan Mail 1.11.01, their fun entertainment app for iOS devices. Fan Mail lets users experience fame the same way celebrities do, by receiving words of praise from complete strangers. It will turn anyone into an instant celebrity complete with legions of adoring fans. All letters are personalized with the user’s name and occupation. Some ask for autographs or pictures. Some want to know about starting a fan club. Others remark at how inspirational the user is.
Chicago based INTERSOG today introduces Interview Assistant HD 1.0 for the iPad. This mobile aide was developed to give anyone the tools they need to conduct, catalog, and review interviews effectively and professionally. Interview Assistant HD is the perfect digital companion for professional recruiters, students conducting research for school projects, and everyone in between who happens to find themselves needing to conduct interviews for any reason.
The Alice Dev Team today introduces FrontCam Trap 1.0 for iOS, their new utility that allows users to secretly snap a time-stamped, security ID photo of any person taking the user’s iOS device out of locked/sleep mode. Photos of unauthorized users are kept in an in-app library that may be password protected. Additional optional features include: a siren alert when a photo is taken, silencing the shutter sound effect, and Dropbox connectivity and storage for photos.
California based Swiit Apps, LLC announces Locally 1.0, a map-based social networking iPhone app for you, your neighbors and and anyone around you. Locally is a social networking app that helps you to instantaneously communicate, discover, share and organize with your neighbors or strangers around you; all of this without knowing their telephone number or email id. It is a neighborhood ice breaker, a bulletin board, a cork board – for, by and about your neighborhood.
California based Undaunted Apps today introduces Bieberhead 1.0, their the latest camera-based app for iPhone and iPod touch. Bieberhead lets iPhone users put Justin Bieber’s head on anyone they snap a photo of. Users can choose from 11 different Bieberheads, move and re-size them using standard finger gestures. Snap a photo using the front or rear camera of the iPhone or iPod touch 4G. The results range from realistic to hilarious.