2010 Apple Design Award winner, Vito Technology Inc. today announces Star Walk 5.3, an update to their popular stargazing guide for iOS devices. Star Walk is a handy astronomy guide that shows celestial objects in the exact positions on the sky above you, providing comprehensive information about them. The 5.3 update comes with an extensive database of currently functioning artificial Earth satellites with their exact positions over the ground.
Austin based Mother Tucker, LLC today announces Speed PRO 2.1, an update to their popular digital GPS speedometer for iOS. Speed PRO is a GPS-based speedometer that gives users a digital view of their current speed, average speed, top speed, distance traveled and elapsed time and allows them to save their routes. Speed PRO allows users to share speedometer images with friends as well as customize the colors of the interface. Version 2.1 introduces Automatic Pause/Resume and Satellite maps.
Austin based Mother Tucker, LLC announces Speed Tracker 2.1, their popular realtime GPS sharing and monitoring App for iOS. Speed Tracker allows users to monitor the location and speed of their device as well as other iOS devices on the internet at the same time on a Google Map. Offering Universal iOS device support, Speed Tracker features realtime GPS sharing over the internet, as well as realtime GPS monitoring on a Google Map. Version 2.1 adds Satellite maps views.
Michael Ryssen today releases Satellite Assault 1.0 for iOS. Your goal is to survive in a deadly asteroid field by creating chain reactions to destroy them. The more you use your laser, the weaker your shield will be. Create the biggest chain reaction possible to do the highest score. Avoid magnetic asteroids and powerful Zaadiq ships. The main technical features of the game are an OpenGL-ES 2.0 engine for shiny 3D graphics, Retina display, FSAA, Gyroscope, and Game Center.
Ralf Andrae today announces SatFinder 1.2 for iPhone 4/3GS, an update to his app that makes it possible to quickly calibrate any TV satellite antenna in four easy steps: 1. Set the height and width of the satellite antenna. 2. Choose a TV satellite. 3. Test if there is a direct line of sight to the satellite. 4. Measure and set the azimuth and elevation. SatFinder employs the device’s built-in GPS, compass, accelerometer, and video camera. The app is compatible only with iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS.