Daniel Amitay today announces ShareCal 2.0, a major update to his calendar event sharing app for the iPhone and iPod touch. ShareCal makes sharing your calendar events with others as simple as bumping your phones together or sending an email. Just pick which events you would like to send, choose how you want to share the events, and you’re done. Version 2.0 adds the ability to send multiple events at the same time.
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.
Kal-El Software today introduces Memory Lane Calendar 1.0 for iOS, their app that allows users to personalize their iPhone/iPod/iPad Calendar by associating photos from their Photo Library and songs from their iPod Music Library with the events in their Calendar. Features include: an original song, So Long; a 16 Tile Picture Puzzle; a Match Game Puzzle; customizable access to the user’s favorite On This Day in History website; and customizable theme settings for background picture and color.
California based Energize Software today introduces Fun Countdown 1.0, an interactive holiday and custom recurring calendar event iPad app. Use multitouch gestures to position, rotate, and scale visual events. Select built-in music or choose from your own music library, change background pictures, set alerts, and save visual event layouts for later retrieval. Fun Countdown features extensive recurring event options. Display all events in a list sorted by date, name or enabled status and more.
Today Readdle, a leading publisher of business and productivity applications for the iPhone and iPad, released a new version of Calendars 2.3, its Google Calendar client for the iOS devices. The update takes Calendars to the next level improving the quality and performance of the application for iOS device. With Calendars 2.3 people can incredibly quickly add, edit, delete or re-schedule events and tasks within the application.
Production Shed Pty Ltd has announced Shift Worker 1.4.2, a visual calendar and productivity app for iPhone. Shift Worker is designed for people who work odd shifts or patterns outside the traditional working week. Shift Worker allows users to combine visually-attractive icons with descriptive characters, then plot them on the calendar so their shifts can be easily identified at a glance. Shifts can then be shared with friends and family or saved to the iPhone’s background for quick reference.
Toronto based Xinsight today introduces Cosmos Timer 1.0, its new productivity tool for iOS devices. Cosmos Timer can track events with both flexible and hard due dates. There’s an alert when the timer expires, but it continues to count up from the due date to show how much time has passed. The countdown to the end of the timer is featured prominently in the interface, which allows for users to anticipate events that might be days, weeks or even years in the future.
SchedJoules, the mobile calendar app developer, has released WeatherCals 1.0 for iOS, local weather in your calendar. This simple, yet effective app adds the local weather to the user’s native iOS calendar. WeatherCals adds detailed local weather forecasts up to 7 days in advance. Forecasts are given 4 times per day and include temperature, wind and precipitation. Each day users get the UV Index and sunrise and sunset times. WeatherCals can integrate with many other iOS calendar apps as well.
Independent developer Alex Reich announces the release of OopsImLate 1.0 for iOS. OopsImLate has been covered in the press from Engadget to CNET’s Web App of the Week to Popular Science on one of 5 things to make meetings efficient. Using a calendar application, users no longer have to place Oops I’m late! calls to peers and/or bosses. The software does it by calculating distance between your location and destination, and notifying contacts or social media if you are running late.
Miami based Dynadel today released Ovulation Calendar 5.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. The Ovulation Calendar application helps you determine your fertile days of the month, so you can either achieve or avoid pregnancy. It also maintains a list of your symptoms during the cycle, your BBT chart and your weight chart among other features. Using the Shettles methods it can help you get pregnant and even estimate the gender of your baby.
Independent app developer Fabrizio Bernasconi has released Search Out 1.3. Search Out is an app for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch that quickly searches within Contacts, Calendar Events, iPod Library. It overcomes the limitation of research using Spotlight (included with iOS), which for example allows you to search a contact only by name. Just type a single letter, number or symbol, and in a short time you will have the list of the results available.
Imaja announces CalReader 2.0, an upgraded calendar/productivity app for iOS/iPhone/iPod touch, providing refined readability, filtering, time calculations and event listing export for calendars, supporting sync with iCal, MobileMe, Google and Yahoo CalDAV calendars. Export event listings by e-mail as attached CSV or TSV files. For time billing and logs, CalReader calculates total hours, number of events and total amount, based on your rate per hour. Filter by dates, calendars and search text.