Time Base Technology today introduces eNote Taker 1.0 for iPad, their new productivity app that allows users to conveniently take handwritten notes on the iPad, and to annotate PDF documents. Whether taking quick or detailed notes, using a finger or stylus, the app provides ultra-smooth handwriting. eNote Taker includes the following features: five colors of ink, five thickness settings, highlighting, palm rest, pinch zoom in/out, unlimited notebooks, import/export, and three kinds of paper.
Amsterdam based AssistiveWare today announces that it has partnered with LVI Low Vision International to deliver enhanced access to Mac OS X for people with vision impairments. The result of this collaboration is MagniLink iMax, a magnification and screen reader for Mac OS X. MagniLink iMax provides a perfect companion to LVI’s MagniLink Student portable video magnifier. MagniLink iMax is a program with many useful functions for people with visual impairments.
PhoneApp.com today announces Clapboard 1.0.0 for iPad users. Clapboard is an inexpensive and visually appealing application that is perfect for novice movie makers, videographers and film buffs. Clapboard also allows for quick take editing and costs much less than other apps of its kind. The app’s editable production information section, action prompt, date, timestamp and mark setting, help add a professional polish to home produced films.
To celebrate the game’s first year on the App Store, independent games developer Chris Mayer today announces a limited low price sale for all three versions of his hit brain training game ‘Brain App’, with savings of up to 50%. Brain App uses simple math, logic, reaction, and perception puzzles to help keep your mind sharp. There are a total of 15 brain exercise modes in the Mac version, 13 modes in the iPad version, and 10 modes in the iPhone version.