MobileBuster today released Sling Note 1.007 for iPad users. Microsoft Courier tablet fans rejoice! The application is a recent launch that converts an iPad into a productive tool for creating documents, making annotations, calculating, social networking and much more, without having to flip between two programs. Users are able to open two different applications on one screen to easily drag photos, text, links, or numbers back and forth between them, have two browsers open at once, and more.
Two Seattle based developers of mobile applications, Benjamin Monnig and Rick Drake, have announced that they are recreating the Microsoft Courier, and have successfully raised initial funding for their project named Tapose. In addition to Monnig and Drake, Tapose is comprised on several previous Microsoft Courier team members who eagerly jumped on board to bring the product back to life. Tapose has quickly gained popularity and is now one of the most anticipated mobile applications for 2011.
Two Seattle based independent developers of mobile applications, Benjamin Monnig and Rick Drake, have announced that they have successfully raised initial funding for Tapose. Tapose brings the once hyped Microsoft Courier to iPad and Android tablets in application form. Tapose is primed to add limitless functionality and transform the tablet landscape with its complete digital solution.
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.