Currently, over six million people worldwide are searching for friends, family members, and business associates on the leading people search engine 123people, using their mobile phone, smartphone, iPad, or PC tablet. In order to meet the growing needs of the mobile market, 123people has completely redesigned its existing smartphone applications, which are now available for iPhone and Android in five different languages for free.
Gammon Mobile Development, LLC today released Gluten Free Fast Food 1.4 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a new updated resource and reference application that lets users discover gluten free food options at their favorite fast food restaurants. Gluten Free Fast Food contains information for most of the popular food chains that people often feel they have to abandon when on a gluten free diet, helping them to once again enjoy dining out.
The Cooties epidemic has spread to iPhones all over the world, but the indie developers from ImaginaryFeet haven’t seen much revenue. So, after a positive initial response to the game’s launch in April, indie developers Emil Anticevic and Tom McLeod are redesigning levels, adding new features, and trading in their original pricing strategy for a tiered in-app purchase system. The newest update brings the game down to less than 20 mgs and boasts two new in-app purchases.
Graphic Node this week has added 100 new images to its People Clipart collection, doubling its contents to 200 exciting illustrations. The People Clipart set covers a wide range of human emotions and activities, from joy and frustration to gardening and sports, with an eclectic selection of domestic and leisure themes included with the latest update. People Clipart offers great creative freedom and immense potential to extend the visual appeal of documents.
Mobile Creators announces the release of People O’Clock 1.1 for iOS. People O’Clock is a playful attempt at interaction with time which was made as a result of a happy accident on a photo shoot for another project. The idea was so fresh that everything else was put aside to create this beautiful piece of interactive art. Contagious fun of the photo shoot is visceral and the experience is more akin of a game than a serious time measuring app and that is the point of the People O’Clock app.
UK based JPY Consulting Ltd. today announces GeoPhoto 2.0, an update to their location aware photography app for iPad. GeoPhoto lets users virtually travel around the world by finding geo located pictures. It also lets users share pictures via email, save them to the photo album, post to Facebook and more. It’s just a matter of selecting an area of the world map and clicking the search button. Shortly afterwards the screen will be filled with the best images found in that area.
Boise-based software design company, Legend announces OneVoice 1.1.2 for iPad. OneVoice allows people with communication disabilities to “speak” by selecting icons and phrases to be read by the device. Using the iPad touchscreen, the user communicates by building simple phrases and sentences. Users of any age or ability can communicate through its intuitive navigation system and customizable interface.
Artificial intelligence app developer Percipo has released three new iPhone applications, PhotoGenic, PhotoAge, and ChickOrDude, each of which uses an advanced AI engine to scan selected photos for faces and delivers a score that quantifies attractiveness, youthfulness, or masculinity versus femininity, respectively. Users can take a photo of themselves, select one from Facebook or their photo library, or find any photo online.
Melbourne based Serene IT today announces Seretech iBlaster 1.2, their free laser gun simulator app for iOS devices. Seretech iBlaster was designed to be used by children to play cops and robbers in a non-threatening fashion as it does not produce realistic weapon graphics or sound effects. It features audio and visual help cues, an ammo counter, on/off switch, visual overheat warning indicator, overheat and ‘low ammo’ audible warnings, dynamic atmospheric and much more.
Independent iPhone’s app developer emirBytes today announces iTronixPal – Electronics Box 2.3 for iOS devices. The app was created for electronics enthusiasts, students, engineers, designers, and hobbyists. It features 5 special tools and 15 circuit calculators. Version 2.3 includes support for iOS4 multitasking and user customization. A custom keypad has been added to make it easy for users to key in numbers. Users can also now customize the active fonts colors to their preference.
Khader Shaik created LeadMyGoals to serve as a tool for personal and career success. It provides a simple and practical way to organize long-term and short-term goals and to monitor personal progress. Place numerous goals and assign multiple tasks under each goal and then track the progress of each goal and task until they are completed. LMG can be configured by individual users based on their lifestyles and personal demands.
The world’s first joke-animating app is here. The Paper People Jokes app selects the funniest jokes sent in by viewers each week and animates them with a construction-paper stop-motion animation style, and includes animated caricatures of the viewers who submitted the joke. In addition to these weekly jokes, the worst jokes submitted each week will now be animated in a sister series called Paper Cut. Both series are now exclusively available on the iPhone and iPad apps.
Frimby Limited today releases SongStumblr 2.0, an update to its music discovery and sharing app for iOS. SongStumblr brings a new form of musical interaction to the App Store, allowing users to share and discover music from people across the globe. Users can listen to discovered songs for free, purchase songs, or find information about songs from online databases. SongStumblr’s new servers bring the world’s music to your device, allowing you to discover music from people across the globe.
Dallas based Capparsa, LLC today announces TimeTag 1.0, a new iPhone application designed to help you track your day. TimeTag is a very focused, personal productivity tool that allows you to create and use descriptive tags to track the time spent on your day’s activities. Combining a super clean interface with an automagic activity aggregator, TimeTag shows you exactly where your day went. Time logged is automatically grouped together by tag and intuitively presented.