Yokohama based SugoiSoft today released ImageXY 1.1 of their batch picture resizer application on the Mac App Store. ImageXY 1.1 makes the painless resize process available to Japanese and Spanish users. mageXY’s speed and presets make it ideal for both beginners and advanced users alike. Users can use one of the standard presets for common sizes, such as Email or Blog or they can create their own custom size presets in either pixels or percentages.
iQapps, the developer of award-winning travel app Trip Journal are pleased to announce the release of Trip Viewer 1.0. Trip Viewer gives iPad users a media-rich solution for viewing their trips complete with route, photos, videos, and notes. Trip Viewer also includes a Slideshow feature that will take you through your trip stop by stop. With Trip Viewer, travelers have a rewarding way to enjoy their trip all over again and an interactive way to share their trips with friends and family.
Kimico Ltd. today announces BookBuddy 2.2, a highly anticipated update to its leading book management application for iPhone and iPod touch. BookBuddy is designed specifically for the iPhone and iPod touch to give users full control of their book collection directly on their iPhone device. No additional desktop application or online service is required. Version 2.2 adds the highly anticipated backup/restore feature by integrating with Dropbox, the popular cloud-based synchronization service.
Benjamin Monnig, a Seattle based independent developer of mobile applications, has announced that he will be bringing the once hyped Microsoft Courier to the iPad in the form of an application, Tapose. Tapose’s creativity, productivity, and attractive user interface coalesce into one outstanding product. Tapose is primed to add limitless functionality and transform the iPad app landscape with its complete digital solution.
Mindconnex Learning today announced the upcoming availability of its ‘Shakespeare In Bits’ series on the Mac App Store. The company plans to make its popular ‘Shakespeare In Bits: Romeo & Juliet’ available for the Mac App store launch, and will follow-up closely with its upcoming ‘Macbeth’ title. ‘Shakespeare In Bits’ is a new, integrated approach to Shakespeare Studies that promotes quicker learning, deeper understanding, and greater appreciation of Shakespeare’s plays.