Chicago based INTERSOG today announced the launch of a new update of Schedule Planner compatible with all Apple mobile devices. By now an established hit on the App Store, Schedule Planner allows users to map out their daily tasks in an organized way and make the most of everyday. Version 1.2 marks the app’s 2nd update, and was undertaken to resolve a few minor bugs and adds some new interesting features as well.
Croatian based Nanobit Software today introduces Period Diary 1.0 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Created specifically for tech savvy female users, Period Diary allows women to track their all the main aspects of their menstrual cycles together with what their physical implications tend to be. With this information in hand the app enables women to predict the arrival of their period, help them plan activities around these life realities.
Game development company Dobsoft Studios today releases “Bull Stampede Pro” and “Bull Stampede Lite” for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Bull Stampede offers gamers a fun new take on the endurance gameplay genre. It features a scaling difficulty level that increases as the user plays, while the “Macho Meter” mechanic gives the player a chance to slow the action down again. While dodging the oncoming bulls the player will also encounter damsels in distress and have the opportunity to rescue them.
IDAPT launch the first of their new-generation ‘i’ universal chargers the i4, which builds on the success of the current i3 and i2. The IDAPT i4 is a brilliantly simple wire-free charger, that uses robust modular tips to charge 4000+ devices directly and USB to cover more. It is different from most chargers, in that it will charge AA batteries, PSPs, iPads, Nintendos, Sat Navs and more, as well as almost every phone and MP3 player on the planet.
QuickerTek today announces the creation of the USB Charge Monitor/Activator, an inexpensive tool to monitor the charging of the Apple internal iPad battery. Four LED’s and circuitry that measures and displays the charging status of the iPad provide the missing information. From the LED’s, users can see at-a-glance that the iPad is charging or not, and also the level of charging current. This device also works on all generations of the iPhone, iTouch and all 30 pin iPods.