Indie iPhone developer Spielhaus today announces Today Voice Notes 1.0, their new voice memo application for iPhone and iPod touch. Designed with the strict policy of “fewest taps possible” in mind, Today Voice Notes uses the built-in tilt sensor of the device to start recording. Voice notes can be enriched with text and images. The images can be snapped with the built-in cam or chosen from the camera roll.
Starting out on the already crowded Apple App Store with a timer application, Spielhaus managed to convey the user experience that made the iPhone so popular into a useful every day app called “Timr”. After months of small incremental updates, Spielhaus decided to completely rewrite the app. They left the best parts in and reengineered the rest. As it stands Timr is one of the most streamlined yet underestimated timer apps available.
German indie iPhone developer Spielhaus today releases Firemen Panic 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. Developed as a true “pick up and play” game, this fast-paced, tilt-based game features a burning building where people are jumping out of windows to escape the fire. The player has to position a saftey net and help them land softly. At the same time, distracted old ladies roam the streets in front of the building, eventually being hit by falling furniture.