LumuS today announces Quick Well 2.0, an update to their innovative solution for the creation and convenient placement of text notes on Mac OS X. Quick Well offers a wide range of instruments allowing for optimization and simplification of the process of creating and keeping your notes, abstracts, lists, and any other information. The use of folders, groups and subgroups will allow you to create a convenient structure which will always be visible and will let you easily access the needed info.
Washington based Eltima Software today announced that SyncMate users can sync their computers not only with Android phones, but with Android tablets too. SyncMate enables anyone to synchronize Mac computers with Windows Mobile and Android devices, Nokia S40 phones, Windows PCs, other Mac computers, Google accounts, Sony PlayStation Portable, USB flash drives and allows backing up Mac data online.
Indie developer iEvilgames’ new app available for iOS was launched yesterday and the buzz is still building. With Squid Kid 1.1 looking at healthy app store downloads on it’s first day this new kind of platform game experience seems to be well received. iEvilGames Squid Kid shows healthy first day downloads and appears to be bucking the trend of indie developers getting lost in the crowd.
Corporate Smalltalk Consulting Ltd announces today Well Logs 1.6.4 for iPad, their app for the petroleum industry that enables viewing of very large Well and Mud Logs in either PDF or TIFF formats. Capable of displaying documents as big as 11 x 770 inches, the app relies upon proprietary technology from its Can Opener app to import, store, pre-render, tile, scale, and scroll very large images on any iOS device. This update features a re-written TIFF Handler and user-selectable PDF Scale Factor.
Rod Maxwell’s award-winning children’s film “The Wishing Well”, now a fully interactive iPad app entitled “The Wishing Well Popup Movie and Game” is named “Hot App Of The Week” by MSN’s The Surf Report. “The Wishing Well Popup Movie and Game” includes the “The Wishing Well” film, a popup book, and a game based on the film. Children of all ages can try their luck at tossing coins into the magical well while avoiding the film’s evil mechanical turtles.