Scorpion Research today announced Scorpion BarCode 2.2, its popular barcode creation software for Apple Mac OS X computers. The Scorpion BarCode software helps with easy creation and printing of all major barcode symbologies in vector editable EPS or PDF file formats. With ease and simplicity, plus AppleScript support, this complete utility builds barcode images and provides templates for custom labeling systems. A command line version is also provided to build powerful scripted solutions.
Minneapolis based Pixel Research Labs has released Ringer 1.3, an update to their iPhone ringtone creation tool for Mac OS X. Ringer allows users to choose any non-protected file from their iTunes library or any media file on their system that can be opened by QuickTime and turn it into a unique ringtone. Version 1.3 adds many great new features including 30 pre-made ringtones, improved ringtone quality, ringtone navigator, metadata copying including cover art, and much more.
Melbourne developers launch PollMate 1.0 for iOS, a targeted, fast, affordable and philanthropic quantitative research tool. PollMate allows anyone with a question to target people with answers. It uses Apple’s Push Notification Service to push polls to users, who can then donate points to charity partners RSPCA animal welfare or Starlight Children’s Foundation. The power of public opinion is no longer the domain of the big market research companies.
London-based ForeMinds introduces ArticleSearch 1.0.1, their free research app for iOS devices. ArticleSearch was specifically developed to aid higher-education students in their research tasks by allowing cross searching many libraries simultaneously, centralising results as intuitive “test tubes” and to send the findings to friends and colleagues via SMS or email. More than 35 libraries and other sources included with more coming as Free updates.
Mekentosj BV today announces Papers 1.5 for the Apple iPad. Winner of the 2007 Apple Design Award for best Mac OS X scientific computing solution on the Mac, Papers is now available for the revolutionary new Apple iPad. Papers allows you to read your personal library of science wherever you go. Whether you’re at a conference, in class, visiting your peers, or on the couch, you always have access to your research literature. It is a universal app that works across the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.