Taipei Spica today announced the recent update of Tip Calculator ++ for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Giving users the power to quickly calculate tips while at restaurants, Tip Calculator ++ is a flexible mobile tipping solution that equips users with a number of easy to use tipping tools. Among these is the apps ability to calculate multiple tips at once if users are splitting the bill between numerous people at once, the ability to tip by currency, send tipping information to others.
ConIT AG announces the update to AppZapp. The free app AppZapp actively points you out towards new Apps in Apple’s App Store, compels Top-Lists and highlights Apps that have just been reduced in price or even better, free. The fresh-out-of-the-box app has been given a totally new design and look with a whole list of additional features: the Mac App Store has bow been included, a Seller-Alert has been added and on top, the App helps you calculate the total value of your Apps.
Eltima Software, a global software developer, releases a powerful SWF previewer for Mac OS X running computers – Souffle 1.0. Souffle allows previewing Adobe Flash files without the necessity of opening them. Searching for any SWF file on a Mac with Souffle installed on it is a piece of cake – just enter in Spotlight or in Finder search line the required dimensions, height and width, or duration, in seconds, of the SWF file.
UK based Stewart Malcolm today announces Fuel Smart (US) Pro 1.1, an update to his popular travel app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Giving users the power to quickly determine the nearest gasoline station and calculate the best gas price, Fuel Smart (US) Pro is a flexible mobile solution that equips users with a number of easy to use gasoline geo position tools. Fuel Smart (US) Pro contains prices of more than 125,000 stations in 50 states.
This week’s Weekly Specials at TheMacBundles are Print It! and Protect Files. Both programs are available for a limited time at a greatly discounted price. Users who order a Weekly Special and create their own bundle in one of TheMacBundles’ innovative Build Your Own Bundle stores will receive an immediate discount off of the already exceptionally low price of the bundle. Users who buy software on TheMacBundles’ site are protected by TheMacBundles’ no-fine-print policy.
Washington based iAPPS2GO has released SSH2GO 1.0.784, their secure, easy-to-use shell client for iOS devices. Perfect for IT professionals and enthusiasts alike, SSH2GO allows encrypted communications between a client and host resource. It is fully compatible with the latest version of the secure shell protocol used to connect to any SSH v.2 server or network resource supporting Username and Password authentication, while emulating a Unix or VT100 console.
This week’s Weekly Specials at TheMacBundles are Media Rage and Web Devil. Both programs are available for a limited time at over 55% off. Users who order a Weekly Special and create their own bundle in one of TheMacBundles’ innovative Build Your Own Bundle stores will receive an immediate discount off of the already exceptionally low price of the bundle. Users who buy software on TheMacBundles’ site are protected by TheMacBundles’ no-fine-print policy.
Texas based iAstute Inc. today introduces Help Me Decide 1.0, their new entertainment app for iPhone, and iPod touch. Help Me Decide provides users with a quick and fun way to randomly choose one option out of many. The app’s greatest strength is its utter simplicity, consisting of an in-put list screen, a “Decide” button, and nothing else to clutter things up. It’s the perfect tool for deciding which restaurant to eat at, which movie to see, and everything else in between.
France based Comimos has announced Pix’Air 1.0 for iOS, a new photo sharing application. With Pix’Air the user can easily show the photos stored in his iPhone or iPod touch to friends or family, on the big screen of any computer in the WiFi network. Pix’Air provides a comprehensive set of features ensuring a rich photo sharing experience including photos selection, easy client browser connection, flexible slideshow control and high-quality photo presentation.
Castle Builders today introduces Kung Fu Panda 2 Interactive Cookbook 1.0 for iPad. The app presents the ultimate cooking experience, offering favorite Kung Fu Panda recipes, clips from the movie, cooking demonstration videos, and tips, making the recipes accessible, fun and easy to make. Among the useful functions, users may find a cooking timer, a unit converter, voice recording cooking, favorite recipes bookmark, shopping list, and Facebook, Twitter and email sharing of your favorite recipes.
Unconfirmed sources report that an iPhone app called Tactical NAV may have been used during the mission to locate Osama Bin Laden. An elite crew of American forces killed bin Laden during a daring raid on Monday, capping the world’s most intense manhunt. Tactical NAV is an iPhone app that helps soldiers in mapping, plotting, and photographing waypoints on the battlefield. It primarily uses the Military Grid Reference (MGRS) and is currently available in the iTune’s App Store.
Independent developer Jorg Piringer today introduces Gravity Tweets 1.0.1, his unique twitter client for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Available as a free download from the App Store, Gravity Tweets is a unique twitter visualizer that reacts to gravity. Gravity Tweets combines a physics simulator with a minimalistic tweet display to create a novel tweet viewer. The app is not a full featured twitter client but rather a program to view tweets in a relaxing way.
Denver based Two Teeth Technologies today announced that QuickPix 1.2, a camera replacement app that is designed to help you capture the moment in any situation, was recently chosen by TechNMarketing as one of 8 apps that should have been part of Apple’s iOS. QuickPix has been engineered from the ground up with speed and simplicity in mind. It takes advantage of the latest iOS APIs to bring the standard for camera performance to a new level on iOS devices.
Independent software developer Christian Kienle today introduces Audio Extractor 1.0, his new application for Mac OS X. Simply drop your video files on Audio Extractor. When an extraction is finished you can open it, show it in the Finder, use drag and drop, save the audio file explicitly and send it to iTunes. Extracting audio has never been easier. If you can play a video with QuickTime Player you can be sure that Audio Extractor can work with it.