Czech based Jiri Techet today announces System Status 3.0, an update to his system-level monitor and management utility for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. System Status gives mobile users the power to fully monitor and manage their device’s activity in a single location. It’s perfect app for users that want to keep an eye on their battery and memory use, and device connections among other things. Version 3.0 of this helpful app adds a number of useful features.
Chicago-based Davka Corporation has announced iGematria 2.0 for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Using the the ancient system of Gematria, which assigns numerical values to Hebrew letters and words, iGematria calculates the numerical value of any Hebrew word or phrase entered, and finds Hebrew verses and words from the Torah that match the word entered. iGematria is a useful tool that can lend spirit and spice to speeches at Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, weddings, and other festive occasions.
Panorama Concepts today Ultra Security 1.0, their new and unique alarm system utility for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Ultra Security serves to be the number one alarm for your iDevices. Prevent strangers, friends, parents and even a jealous boyfriend or girlfriend from unauthorized use of your device by activating its advanced motion and sound activated alarm system. When activated, Ultra Security will produce a sequence of extremely loud alarm sounds to ward of any unauthorized person.
iSimple, a leader in smartphone integration kits, announced that its popular GateWay automotive docking solution for iPhone is now compatible with many 2010-2011 Mazda models. The company introduced a new Mazda-specific GateWay kit and added select Mazda applications to its GateWay kit for Ford. For those that own late-model Mazda vehicles, the days of needing a FM modulator or 3.5mm auxiliary cable to enjoy music from an iPod or iPhone are over thanks to iSimple.
AppDaddy Technologies today released Tactical NAV 1.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Combat tested in Afghanistan, Tactical NAV is a military grade navigation system. Users can track their routes, map, accurately plot and save waypoints; email location info; co-ordinate systems; use night mode, photo stamping and compass lock with fast switch data. Although created by a soldier for a soldier, Tactical NAV works just as well for civilians, such as hunters.
iSimple today announced that all of its car integration kits, FM transmitters and other accessories for the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad have been proven 100% compatible with devices running iOS4.3. iOS4.3 was launched last week in conjunction with the official release of the iPad 2. iSimple product development engineers and tech support team immediately went to work, testing the company’s full product line to ensure compatibility with all devices running the new operating system.
AppsHome today releases SYSTEM Manager 6.2 for iPhone and iPod touch. SYSTEM Manager is a powerful multifunctional system level utility for managing memory, background processes, battery health, testing network status and looking up detailed device information. SYSTEM Manager also offers multiple tips to help users kill background apps, maximize the battery-life of their devices and allows them to configure custom charge and maintenance alerts for their battery.
California based INFOMATO, Inc. today unveiled a new version of its iQuipment software that comes with both barcode and QR code reader functions. Windows systems developers can quickly use the Apple iPhone or iPod touch built-in camera feature to feed barcode and QR code data to a Windows application/database, and also use the mobile device as a terminal/kiosk to access the full blown functions of the Windows application.
California based Nexscience LLC today announces Alarm Security System 1.0, the deluxe version of their best selling alarm security app for iPhone and iPod touch. Alarm Security System is designed to provide absolute security for your iDevice and protect your valuable private data. While running, the alarm system detects any movement. When the alarm is triggered, a high-quality glass breaking sound is played, followed by loud police alarm with rotating bright police lights on screen.
SayMedicine today released its second update to their popular medical pronunciation application. The SayMedicine: Medical Pronunciations application for iPhone and iPad is designed for healthcare workers and students who are looking to enhance their medical vocabulary. Easily lookup the correct pronunciation of drug names, diseases, bacteria names, and other challenging terms. The update now includes an iPad version and support for iPhone 4 retina display.
Power App GmbH today introduces SysMoni 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch, their app that provides complete activity, system, and hardware monitoring. Similar in function to the Mac OS X Activity Monitor application, SysMoni provides real-time information about: currently running processes, current OS, CPU usage, IP addresses, disk capacity and usage, memory capacity and usage, bus speed and CPU speed. The app provides a detailed view of vital statistics and parameters normally hidden from the user.
Power App GmbH today introduces QiblaLocate 1.0 for iOS, their app that employs the GPS system of any iOS device to locate the qibla, the correct direction to face Mecca. Unaffected by the inaccuracies of magnetic north vs. true north, the app provides superior results. After starting the app, the user simply gives permission to use their current position as the basis for calculation, and the app immediately displays a large green arrow, a world map, and the exact distance and bearing to Mecca.
California based Sprite Labs today announces iLearn Solar System HD 2.0 for iPad. iLearn Solar System HD is an interactive, rich 3D visual experience and informative reference of the Solar System and its planets. Detailed information on each planet is given with the aid of stunning and beautiful animations. Users can zoom in on the space objects surface to get a closer look and rotate the 3D model of the space object to get the desired perspective.
Spot Documents is an alternative to iDisk, DropBox and other cloud based file storage systems, offering a desktop like searching and browsing experience. Leveraging the security and redundancy of Amazon’s S3, now even small companies can afford to take their documents online. The iPad, iPhone, OS X and Web clients are all free to use. A single account can host multiple repositories and any number of users can be assigned read only or read/write access to each repository.