Two Seattle based developers of mobile applications, Benjamin Monnig and Rick Drake, have announced that they are recreating the Microsoft Courier, and have successfully raised initial funding for their project named Tapose. In addition to Monnig and Drake, Tapose is comprised on several previous Microsoft Courier team members who eagerly jumped on board to bring the product back to life. Tapose has quickly gained popularity and is now one of the most anticipated mobile applications for 2011.
Two Seattle based independent developers of mobile applications, Benjamin Monnig and Rick Drake, have announced that they have successfully raised initial funding for Tapose. Tapose brings the once hyped Microsoft Courier to iPad and Android tablets in application form. Tapose is primed to add limitless functionality and transform the tablet landscape with its complete digital solution.
California based iZooLu LLC today announces Lock Desktop 1.0 for Mac OS X on the Apple Mac AppStore. Lock Desktop will secure your Mac Computer and return you to a login screen. It allows you to switch between users from the login screen and applications and data continue to run on the other desktops. Leaving your applications and data safely locked behind your username, Lock Desktop is just what the Windows Switchers and die hard Mac Addicts have been looking for.
Last year, MobiCart became one of the first m-commerce app builders, making it easy for online retailers to tap into the growing mobile industry. Already proving a hit, the iPhone platform launched last year and support for Android and iPad are due to be released in the next eight weeks. After securing investment from the Finance for Business North East Angel Fund as part of its funding round, work is set to start on a series of exciting new projects.