California based Technical Data Freeway, Inc. today releases TDF Tracker 1.6, an update to their popular time, expense, and mileage tracking tool for iOS. The 1.6 update offers a user interface that takes better advantage the iPad’s additional screen space. Backup and Restore of data has also been improved – now supporting Dropbox, which makes creating a database backup a breeze. The new calendar view enables an overview of past entries and gives the ability to quickly jump between dates.
Tekton Technologies today announces Easy Spending Expense Tracker 1.1, their comprehensive and easy-to-use expense tracker for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Featuring a beautiful and clutter-free user interface, Easy Spending Expense Tracker helps you save money by tracking expenses and letting you know the top expense categories at any time. Easily switch between multiple accounts with the single touch. Export your data with different filters to Google Docs account, and more.
Washington based InnoWeb Tech, LLC today released Continuing Education Tracker 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The new application provides an elegant, easy to use tool for licensed and certified professionals to track the details of their continuing education units, such as budget, hours, courses and licensing numbers, displaying the information all on one screen. All data is stored in the app and can be sent as a backup or shared with others via email.
Virginia based Hunter Research and Technology today releases ODAT Tracker 2.0, an update to their free sale and deal discovery app for Mac OS X on the Mac App Store. ODAT Tracker tracks deals from 19 online merchants of outdoor gear and apparel, covering both “one deal at a time” sites and daily deals. The apps are geared up for a strong holiday shopping season with merchants including REI, Patagonia, Altrec, Sierra Trading Post, Moosejaw, Steep and Cheap, Backcountry and more.
16 Year Old App Developer, James Shaw today announces the release of GPS – Location Tracker for iPhone and iPod touch. GPS – Location Tracker tracks your location within centimetres worldwide making it the most advanced, easy to use GPS App in the App Store. You can view your GPS in three types of maps: Standard, Satellite and Hybrid. You can even view your current latitude, longitude and altitude and send that data via SMS, Email, Twitter or Facebook. This makes it the ultimate GPS iOS App.
Steve Chen today released Fitness Tracker 90 CE 2.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Fitness Tracker allows for sharing, importing and exporting of routines and progress data and graphs. Personal Trainers will especially appreciate the ability to add exercise photos. The updated features in version 2.1 offer more flexibility, including total workout schedule and routine customization and enhanced exercise progress tracking with indicators to include up to six sets.
Austin based Mother Tucker, LLC has announced Speed Tracker 2.3, an update to their popular social speedometer app with realtime GPS sharing over the internet for iOS. Designed originally for Game Center, Speed Tracker gives users a realtime Google Map view of all players in their game. Offering Universal iOS device support, version 2.3 adds support for up to 4 players at once and saved routes with breadcrumb trails. Speed Tracker works great as a stand alone speedometer.
Independent developer Cristi Habliuc announces How Drunk 1.2, his latest application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Featuring a very accurate algorithm, How Drunk allows you to track your drinks as you go, constantly updating the calculated Blood Alcohol Content, based on what you’re having. It even alerts you when you become sober or when you’re under the legal driving limit so you can get back home in your car.
Amunsol today released Tracker for Facebook Pro 1.0.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a new, innovative application that lets users see a map and list view of their Facebook friends’ locations in real-time and via Facebook Places Check-Ins. Users are able to also send messages with smileys, hide their location and tracking history and more. Tracker for Facebook also offers the unique capability of being able to view friends in a camera augmented reality.
Austin based Mother Tucker, LLC today announces Speed Tracker 2.2, an update to their popular realtime GPS sharing and monitoring App for iOS. Speed Tracker allows users to monitor the location, heading and speed of their device and other iOS devices on the internet at the same time on a Google Map. Designed originally for Game Center, Speed Tracker can be used as a standalone speedometer, or view the player you’re connected to. Version 2.2 adds the GPS course and In-App Friend Requests.
Dallas based ReadMe Publications, Inc has announced find-U 1.0 for iOS. find-U helps locate friends, family members or co-workers in near real time within a few meters. Not only can you map their location, but track where they are with Google Street View and get map and turn directions to meet up with your friend, family or anyone else in the group. It offers full control to members within a group to switch off their app at their own convenience.
cribasoft today announces HoursTracker HD – Timesheet 1.1.2, an iPad version of HoursTracker, the most popular paid iPhone app for recording hours worked. Users can keep track of time spent working at one or more jobs as an hourly employee, or hours billed to one or more clients as an independent. The app can run start/stop timers, and also manually add time for any number of jobs. Calculating hours and earnings, the app can generate/export reports by day, by week, by month, or by job.
Virginia based be | daronco today introduces Fit Phone Runner 1.0 for iOS. Fit Phone Runner aims to revolutionize the way people run. No longer will you run in a bubble. No longer will you wonder if you’re pushing yourself harder than others. After recording a run, add it to leaderboards shared around the world. Fit Phone Runner with the help of Game Center will give you the largest workout group you could ever imagine.