Tickets on the Fly allows you to deal directly with the person who owns the tickets for Free. By cutting out the middle man out such as StubHub and the like you can save up to 35% on your ticket purchases. Tickets on the Fly’s design allows users to quickly and efficiently browse, search for, and purchase event, concert, and sports tickets from their mobile device. Tickets on the Fly as the Craig’s List of ticket searching.
myTaxiControl announces the release of myTaxiControl 1.1a for iOS. Taxi customers are in a weak position compared to the driver. myTaxiControl completely inverts the power of balance, it puts the passenger in control. It allows to check if the correct tariff is applied. No longer being taken for a ride: the app graphically compares the ideal route to the one taken by the driver. It recalculates the fare as the taxi moves. It can even calculate the estimated fare before boarding a taxi.
California based independent developer David Vondracek, announced the first release of DropBy 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. DropBy delivers a display of your contacts in a particular area. Simply select an area on the map or use your current location and DropBy drops a pin for each contact in your Address book onto the map. Select the pin to view the contacts name and pull up their whole contact card. You can make a call, send an email or text message right from there.
Los Angeles based BadOnlineDates has announced BadDates 1.7 an update to the site’s free mobile companion app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This entertaining application allows users to share their dating horror stories on the go, now even in real-time. BadDates allows users to scour through disastrous date stories posted by other users, comment on the ones they like, and – in a newly introduced feature – even post their own bad date’s play-by-play in real time.
Art Dynasty today announces an update to EroGlamour 2.0 for iOS devices. EroGlamour features a collection of famous photographers masterpieces from all over the world with constantly updated content arranged into 4 categories: glamour photos, celebrities’ photos, professional photos, and latest updates. The app was created to become a great source of inspiration for start-up photographers who can adopt interesting and unusual ideas from the EroGlamour collection.
HackingFresh today released Fruit Guide 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Fruit Guide offers users beautiful photographs and text referencing for selecting only the finest, healthiest fruits available. HackingFresh currently displays more than twenty-nine of the most popular fruits, with more being added all the time. Users are welcome to submit suggestions for new additions to the existing list of fruits.