Yonos, Lda today released WhereIsWhat 1.0.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. WhereIsWhat offers anyone a way to quickly and easily locate their possessions. The app allows users to register their belongings, both what and exactly where they are located, such as in a home or office. Users search WiW for an item to find its location. WiW is useful and user-friendly, matching the Yonos company vision of making life easier for users.
Stillpig today announces Sum Machine 1.1, their latest productivity app for iOS devices. Quickly add up a list of items and prices via intuitive custom keyboard. It is very useful during shopping, for inventory control, budgeting and more. Each entry allows for unit price, number of units and name. It then shows the subtotal for the entry and the running total up to the entry. The resultant list can be saved for later use or emailed to yourself or friends to further edit in Excel.
Washington based RogueSheep today announced that its new iPhone application, Easy Alarms 1.0, is now available as a free download from the App Store. Easy Alarms allows you to quickly create and store alarms and timers on your iPhone or iPod touch. In conjunction with the release of Easy Alarms, RogueSheep has also launched a completely redesigned website to focus on their iOS offerings: TouchUp for iPad and Easy Alarms, Postage, and RoseGlobe for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Seoul based Geniein Inc. today announces an update to Contacts – All in One 1.5 for iPhone and iPad devices. Contacts- All in One was created to offer busy mobile users the option of centralizing and streamlining their many channels of communication- including e-mail & texting-into one easy to-use. Version 1.5 includes an improved version of the developers’ unique Pattern Keyboard technology to help users write messages as effectively as possible.
Independent iOS developer Raul Rea Menacho today announces Affix 1.5 for iOS devices. Affix lets you email yourself quickly with subject prefixes. Create prefixes to fit your needs and configure your email to handle them with rules. Open Affix, tap a prefix from the list, type your reminder and hit Send. With Affix, it only takes seconds to email yourself a reminder. It uses the same compose email screen as the iPhone Mail app you already know and love.
MobWeb.ch today announces Mail Templates 1.0.1 their new iOS app. Mail Templates is a utility aimed at people who repeatedly send the same e-mail. It allows the user to save up to 10 different templates, which can be sent instantly from within the app. Upon launching Mail Templates, the user can create templates for e-mail messages, which include a predefined subject line, message body and recipient. Mail Templates also includes a guided tour for new users which explains how to use the app.
Yutaka Yagiura announces the release of Domo Todo+ 4.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. With this newest version, list makers can add tasks and tags to their list with a single tap of their finger. Domo Todo+ also syncs with Google Calendar, so the user’s lists can be found on one location. This feature also lets users edit their list from their device or their PC’s browser. This major update includes support for the new iPhone 4 software and retina display as well as SMS, Email and more.