California based Kima Labs today announces Deal Flow 1.3, their new free app for iOS devices. Deal Flow helps solve deal overload by creating a personalized deal feed that lets people browse the deals they care about, all in one place on their iPhone. It continually scours sites across the Web, from Groupon to Target to Woot, digging up thousands of new online and local offers each day. Then, these offers are presented in one easily browsable iPhone app that adapts to each user’s interests.
Wichita based QuickerTek has just released an awesome bundle deal for MacBook Air users. Purchase the 2nd Generation MacBook Air Apple Juicz External Battery and 27 Watt Solar Panel & save. For a limited time receive a free Porta Brace Battery Sack with every bundle purchase. The Apple Juicz external MacBook Air battery offers up to 6 to 10 additional computing hours. The Apple Juicz 27 Watt solar panel recharges the MacBook Air in 8 hours and the external battery in 3 hours in direct sun light.
The recently released iPhone App called It’s Done! is helping dementia sufferers confirm whether they remembered to turn off the stove, lock the door, or take their medication. The app can even notify loved ones and caregivers that a routine task has been done. For those with dementia who use an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, It’s Done! can help them deal with memory impairment on a day-to-day basis and improve their overall quality of life.
The service formerly known as Locate My Deal becomes Deals.by and goes public. Deals.by 2.0 is a free robust, iOS application to find and redeem deals near you. The service aggregates location based deals from a variety of sources and is built for mobile devices and web browsers. The app and website present a variety of deals such as free items, coupons, daily deals and more. The service finds you and shows you all the deals around so you can redeem or share them with others.
MacBundlePro today announced its latest OS X Bundle containing 9 applications. This Bundle collects 9 specifically selected utilities to help users working with OS X system. Raskin, WhatSize, MacTuneUp, Breeze, Protect Files, AppDelete, Share, Quokka and Speedy Mac. Every application in this bundle will extend or improve OS X functionalities and represents a powerful add-on to everyday Mac use. The promotion will last until May 13th.
Kiboomu scores 2nd major licensing deal within 6 months. Kiboomu’s lullaby song, Rock-a-bye Baby, will be featured in a Lifetime Original Movie, Justice for Natalee. Justice for Natalee is a follow up to the original movie: Natalee Holloway. The harrowing story began in Alabama in 2005 and is now being carried on through the sequel. This is second major licensing deal for a children song Kiboomu has landed in the last six months.
App.iz.io announces Deal.iz.io 1.1, their deal finding mobile app for iOS devices. Deal.iz.io is a simple yet powerful application that makes finding the best deals online easy and straightforward. Built for the deal hunter, the frugal shopper, Dealizio takes the top deal websites and seamlessly transforms them into one easily searchable stream of deals. Once you find the perfect deal you can favorite it with one tap, or share it with another.
Los Angeles based App Popular, LLC, today announces App Popular 2.1, an update to their free discovery app for iOS devices. App Popular lets users easily browse 77 App Stores around the world by country and category, and includes social networking utilities to share apps via email, Facebook and Twitter. Version 2.1 offers a new “Daily App Deal” collective discount feature offering up a daily iOS application at a reduced price or free.
Montreal based children’s music and mobile apps company Kiboomu today announced a lucrative licensing agreement with Kinder Chocolate, a German based company. Kinder Chocolate has licensed one of Kiboomu’s new children’s songs to sync with a TV ad that will be aired for 2 years across Eastern Europe. This licensing deal comes right on the heels of Kiboomu’s latest successful iPhone app release, Old MacDonald Piano. Old MacDonald Piano is the 2nd musical app in Kiboomu’s piano app series.