California based Apperture, LLC today introduces Where Am I? 1.0, their new photo-sharing game for iOS devices. Where Am I? turns photo sharing into a game that’s as easy as Snap. Share. Play. Share a photo of your location with your Facebook friends and have them try and guess where you’re at. Snap a new photo or choose one from your albums. Enter possible answers to the question: ‘Where am I?’ manually or using Facebook Places. Automatically share the quiz via Facebook and play the game.
16 Year Old App Developer, James Shaw today announces the release of GPS – Location Tracker for iPhone and iPod touch. GPS – Location Tracker tracks your location within centimetres worldwide making it the most advanced, easy to use GPS App in the App Store. You can view your GPS in three types of maps: Standard, Satellite and Hybrid. You can even view your current latitude, longitude and altitude and send that data via SMS, Email, Twitter or Facebook. This makes it the ultimate GPS iOS App.
3y3.net today announces Locator GPS 1.5 for iPhone 4 and 3GS, their app that allows users to continuously track the location of any iPhone that has the software installed. Ideal as a means of finding a lost or stolen iPhone, for transportation fleet management, or to follow the whereabouts of family members, the app works in the background even when the iPhone is turned off. The app periodically sends position updates to the 3y3.net server, and one purchase covers an unlimited number of iPhones.
Greenstones today introduces its first location-based TimeClock for iPhone. TimeClock tracks your time automatically as you enter or leave the office. You just need to indicate where do you work or select it on the map. The TimeClock will then track your location and calculate the hours you have worked even if the application is not running. Easily review and change times and comments manually. The weekly and monthly reports will help you export times to your preferred spreadsheet application.
Gani Software Pty Ltd. today released Koko 1.2.0 for iPhone users. Koko is a new launch, an application that makes it super easy for users to share their location, in an SMS or map, with any internet capable phone. The app is ready to use as is, without the hassle of sign ups, logins, feature unlocking, configuration or installation for recipients and lets users know who their incoming location messages are from. Currently, Gani Software is offering Koko free of charge.
Set for release 2011, iOS 5 will provide location-based alarms. But why wait until fall? Pocket Informant offers this service now. Pocket Informant stands out among the productivity apps by merging full-featured task management with robust calendaring in one app. Location Alerts within Pocket Informant allow you to set up a task, assign that task to a contex location, and forget about it. Your Events and Tasks are incorporated into the same views, allowing you to fluently manage your time.
California based MeMap, unveiled today, its iOS app that enables everyone to see which friends are around and what they’re up to, without any hassle. The current generation of location-based social networks make actually seeing your social network difficult and impractical in real time. For everyone who enjoys sharing their location, MeMap is a clean and intuitive way to visualize and post geo-data, while still holding privacy sacred. It offers single tap check-ins.
Verietas Software today announces Wizard Clock and Wizard Clock Viewer for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Wizard Clock is a fun and novel approach to private social location monitoring. Friend’s locations are received in real-time and displayed on a clock as antique hands. As your friend’s position changes, the hands animate around the clock to point at the label for their new location. Never worry about knowing when your spouse is on the way home from the office again.
Five Talents and Beyond, Inc. today released Catchif 1.0.3 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Catchif offers global real-time location tracking in a highly secure and private environment. Users control who is able to view their real-time location and movements and can block specific locations or become invisible. Facebook integration makes it easy to share locations with friends through the Facebook website.
goGlyph, Inc. today introduces goGlyph 1.0, their free geolocation messaging application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With goGlyph, users are able to create messages and “post” them to their current location. Visitors to that location are able to view messages within 1000, 100 or 10 meters of their current locations. Messages about the location, announcements, commercial messages, or just greetings, are tied to a location and now, viewable on iOS mobile devices.
Mobile Softing today released Friend’s Phone Tracker 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch users. Friend’s Phone Tracker offers easy-to-use exact map location tracking for an unlimited list of friends, as well as unique sound assignment to location requests and sends. The app allows users to enjoy an unlimited list of friends, all of whom are able to send and receive location data. Recipients receive messages even if the app is closed, thanks to the iPhone’s push notification capabilities.
Atlanta based Obecnie introduces SiteScout 1.0, an iPhone app for location scouts and location professionals that need to catalog and send location information. SiteScout identifies locations from GPS, an address search, or from the location information associated with saved photos. Assign multiple notes, photos and contacts for each location. Built in email support for sending the location information to a client or back to the office.
California based The Mission Lab today announces GeoShare 1.1 for iPhone 3G, 3GS, and iPhone 4 devices. Featuring real-time live updates, GeoShare makes it easy for users to privately and safely share their real-time location with friends and family. GeoShare does not require signup nor does it require others to be invited to the app. With GeoShare’s cross-platform support, recipients of the link don’t even need to have the app installed to see the sender’s location on an interactive web map.
California based Tiny Mobile today releases Cash Power 1.2, their new location-aware cash tracker for iOS. Every time you log a new transaction, Cash Power queries your location to find out where you are, and includes the global coordinate with the rest of your entered data. With our latest update we use Cash Power’s location awareness to suggest possible businesses where you’re making your purchase. Tap the appropriate business and it’s stored with all the other data in the current transaction.