ConceptDraw MINDMAP v7 is a powerful mind mapping product that starts projects right. Effective brainstorming and requirements gathering from the project team is critical to getting things off of the ground. ConceptDraw MINDMAP on Macintosh or Windows can export to Microsoft Project data from a mind map; it can also import a project file from Microsoft Project giving team members a working visual map of a planned project.
Kickin’ Ms. Chicken, an iOS game by Daveworld, Inc., was recently featured in the “What’s Hot” section in iTunes. This is Ms. Chicken’s second appearance, following Ms. Chicken’s Revenge. Both feature catchy music, fun sounds and whimsical artwork optimized for Retina and iPad. Ms. Chicken games are easy to play yet difficult to master, with engaging leaderboards and achievements using OpenFeint and Game Center. Check out Daveworld’s Ms. Chicken games, find out what everyone’s clucking about.
Merlin, the most successful project management software for the Mac, collaborates now even better with other applications. New workflows are introduced in the latest version 2.7.9 enabling it to connect to the popular personal task management Mac software Things. Project managers will profit not only from various software improvements but also through new connection possibilities to the task management software Things along with an enhanced import of MS Project files.
Ukraine based CS Odessa today announced that ConceptDraw Project 6.0 now has the ability to import and export Microsoft Project XML files, with new Project Exchange. Users have increased flexibility on how to exchange project information with all members of the project team. The exchange of project data across different project applications keeps everyone informed and allows for quality collaboration among team members, as well as 3rd parties that have involvement in your project.
Power App today introduces GPS speedo 1.1 for iOS, their app that displays GPS-accurate speed readings in three formats simultaneously: Miles per Hour, Kilometers per Hour, and Meters per Second. A fourth window displays altitude in Meters. All digital readouts are accurate to two decimal places, and the app uses data from the GPS-System and the GSM/UMTS-Network. A Head’s Up Display function allows drivers to read their speed projected onto the windshield from an iPhone on top of the dashboard.