Houdah Software today announces Tembo 1.6, an important update to their powerful front-end to the Spotlight engine. With its easy-to-use interface, Tembo’s signature feature are the context sensitive filters to narrow down search results. It finds files, folders, mail messages, images, bookmarks and more. Tembo groups search results by file type categories. For each group the top 10 matches are displayed. Version 1.6 is now available in English, German, French and Japanese language versions.
UK based Jasper Apps today announces My Vacation, an update to their innovative travelogue for iOS devices. Packed with useful features, My Vacation helps travellers plan and document their travels with one easy-to-use app, as well as create an instant photo album to share with family and friends. My Vacation has been translated into French, German and Japanese ready for this year’s holiday period, and there are plans to translate it into Spanish and Italian in the not too distant future.
Massachusetts based Ananse Productions today releases Stem Stumper 1.4, an update to their innovative blind accessible puzzle game for iOS devices. Stem Stumper is built from the ground up to be enjoyed by both the iPhone’s burgeoning blind community and fully sighted players around the world. It is fully integrated with VoiceOver, Apple’s built-in screen reader for iOS devices. Version 1.4 now supports French, Italian, German and Spanish.
The Gamma Project today announces my Travel Assistant 1.4, an update to their popular productivity/travel app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. my Travel Assistant is a professional app for global travelers that integrates into a single, convenient package a smart, multi-currency expense tracker with automatic currency conversion, a 156-currency monetary exchange rate converter and a 36-language translator.
California based PhatWare has released a major update of WritePad French, German, and Spanish Editions, the company’s popular note taking and handwriting recognition software for iPad and iPhone devices. WritePad is an advanced notetaker for iPads and iPhones, which converts practically any handwriting into computer text. Version 5.0 allows synchronization of WritePad documents with Evernote, plus offers an improved handwriting recognition engine, document statistics, and more.
California based PhatWare Corporation today announces WritePad for iPad French, German, and Spanish Editions. WritePad is the first product to offer natural handwriting recognition input in the French, German, and Spanish languages on iPad devices. These new international versions of WritePad feature integration with the Twitter client and the advanced handwriting Input Panel for text entry, in addition to the full screen handwriting mode.
PhatWare Corporation has released WritePad for iPad German Edition 3.3. WritePad lets users to take notes in their own handwriting with an iPad stylus pen or a finger. The state-of-the-art handwriting recognition software will adapt and learn while it is being used, improving the recognition quality overtime. WritePad also allows users to exchange documents over Wi-Fi between two or more iPad or iPhone devices and to download files onto the desktop computer using the Internet browser.