Readdle today introduces Card Scanner Pro 1.0, their new business solution for iPhone. Card Scanner Pro scans business cards with the iPhone camera, recognizes all fields on the card including the person’s name, email address, as well as the postal address and saves those details directly to the Address Book. The whole process takes 3 steps. Card Scanner Pro relies on best in class OCR technology which leads to perfect recognition accuracy and contact details being assigned to proper fields.
Wellington based 3dot5 today announces Rugby 2011 for iPhone, iPod touch and Rugby 2011 HD for iPad. The application is a full guide to Rugby World Cup 2011 in New Zealand, featuring information about venues, teams, pools and complete schedules with all the latest Rugby news from around the World including Tri-Nations scores and rankings, ITM cup coverage, NRL coverage and more. RWC live scores and rankings will be available as soon as the first game is kicked off.
Seattle based Prajnu, Inc. today announces Visulax Poker Strategy & Mental Training 1.1, their self improvement app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. This app combines visualization and relaxation to help poker players relax, meditate, sleep, overcome bad beats and tilting. With better self management and focusing on one hand at a time gives players the best chance to play better poker. The app also allows the user to set a daily goal and rate their progress towards their goal.
RedleX today announced that Mellel 2.9 will be released on August 15, 2011, offering a modernized interface, ground-breaking Line numbering feature, and an innovative Page design feature. Mellel has a long standing reputation among scholars & writers as a strong, stable work-horse, fit for complex, arduous and demanding writing tasks. Fully compatible with Lion, Mellel 2.9 will be a major update to the leading word processor for Mac OS X. For a limited time, the current version will go on sale.
Pixowl Inc. today is pleased to introduce Safari Party 1.0, the universal application for iOS. Safari Party is a family-friendly, fast-paced arcade puzzle game that brings a new twist to the classic matching apps. The game is simple, fun and addictive for kids and parents to pick it up and enjoy, and also challenging enough for puzzle enthusiasts to play. Safari Party gives players an opportunity to compete for the title of the best world photographer by picturing groups of savage animals.
Binary Bakery Software today announces MenuEverywhere 1.9.42, a Lion-compatible update to their popular product for Mac OS X. A boon to large monitor or multi-monitor users, MenuEverywhere makes the menu bar’s menu accessible from any window on any screen. It works with almost any Mac OS X application. MenuEverywhere has incorporated features that are in demand by today’s large single- and multi-monitor users and works with almost all Mac OS X applications.
FutureTap today announces Where To? Has been picked by Apple as iPhone App Of The Week in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The app is also being featured on the US App Store home page as well as in most countries worldwide. The recently updated Where To? 3.7 show business hours of the destination. A compass-like arrow points the user in the right direction. It also links the destination to Google Earth and U.S. turn-by-turn navigation app MotionX GPS drive. Improved VoiceOver support and more.
The beta for Rushing Ninjas, Frostware’s newest ninja-centric game has recently been released and invites everyone interested to try it out. The game is a puzzleesque game for the iPhone and iPad. The game will test the players ability to multitask and keep a cool head under pressure while you guide the ninjas to safety. And if you’re up for it you can compete for high scores with your friends or even the entire world through Game Center.
Independent developer Kaveh Taheri today announces StockAnalyzer 2.1, an update to its popular financial solution for iOS devices. StockAnalyzer helps take the guess work out of investing in stocks. It provides analysis in 3 key areas for financial health and historical growth of a company, suggests both the fair price and discount price of a stock as well as uses technical indicators to determine when a stock price is starting a major sell or buy trend. Version 2.1 includes numerous additions.
Power App today introduces AquaDrop 1.0 for iOS, where gameplay takes place underwater, and players must use streams of bubbles to push balls up from the sea floor and into baskets. Featuring advanced underwater game physics, the arcade game includes left and right bubble jet controllers, which must be tapped repeatedly to carry a ball upward. Players can influence the ball’s horizontal movement by tilting their iOS device, trying to achieve the highest score in the least time.
Lizbeth Publishing today announces App Instructor 2.0 for iOS, their app that provides an illustrated, step-by-step tutorial on different ways to make and sell iPhone and iPad apps. Designed especially for creative men and women who may have the next big idea for the App Store, but lack the skills to create and market it, the app includes: candid advice, tips & tricks, coding tutorials, sample legal agreements, links to useful products, instructional videos, and links to developer websites.
DewDrop Studios today announces NetUse Traffic Monitor 1.2.1, a major update of its highly-regarded network usage monitor application for Mac OS X. Utilizing the SNMP feature of any modern Internet router or gateway, NetUse monitors and collects real-time Internet usage statistics for all the computers in your home or office that share an Internet connection. Version 1.2.1 sports a new improved user interface, full Lion support, enhanced hardware supports, full SNMP support and more.
Toronto based training developer, Infinite Skills today announces a targeted Mac tutorial video series to help users learn Outlook 2011. The 3 Hour course includes 48 separate lessons covering the program’s core email, scheduling and notes functionality. The Outlook 2011 tutorials go through the basics of the Outlook user interface, as well as email essentials, advanced tips and filter settings and the program’s range of appointment, meeting and notes functionality.
Toronto based Infinite Skills is now offering a 12.5 hour tutorial video course designed to make becoming an iOS Developer easier than it ever has been before. Presented by author Tony Bove, Learning To Build Apps for iPhone and iPad takes viewers through the standard app development cycle using the iOS SDK and Xcode all the way to submission to the App Store. The course focuses on two central app development projects – viewers can follow along and build the apps themselves, piece by piece.