EUROCOMP announces TimingApp 1.0.1, their automatic time logging solution for Mac OS X. Perfect for anyone who would like to know exactly how much time was spent on various projects at the computer, TimingApp shows where the time spent on the Mac has gone – completely automatically. Each initiated app, each edited text, each accessed homepage will be recorded, along with the time spent working on it. At the end Timing displays for how long the user has actually been engaged in those projects.
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.
California based Apperture, LLC today introduces Where Am I? 1.0, their new photo-sharing game for iOS devices. Where Am I? turns photo sharing into a game that’s as easy as Snap. Share. Play. Share a photo of your location with your Facebook friends and have them try and guess where you’re at. Snap a new photo or choose one from your albums. Enter possible answers to the question: ‘Where am I?’ manually or using Facebook Places. Automatically share the quiz via Facebook and play the game.
FutureTap GmbH today announces Where To? 3.7.1, an update to their popular local search application for iOS devices. Familiar with over 700 local categories, Where To? teaches the iPhone to navigate. No matter where in the world, a simple tap is all it takes to instantly find the nearest restaurants, doctors’ offices, post offices, parks, public pools or hotels. Version 3.7 shows business hours of the destination. A compass-like arrow always points the user in the right direction.
Chicago based INTERSOG today announced the release of Get Directions Pro for the iPad in addition to its recent launch for the iPhone and iPod touch. This useful app allows users to share their personal Google Maps and Directions with their friends and family, all while on-the-go. To get its mission accomplished, Get Directions Pro gives users the power to share their route information and visual driving directions with the click of a button via Dropbox, email, Facebook, or Twitter.
Chicago based Intersog Mobile today announces the recent release of Messenger Map for iPhone and Messenger Map for iPad. This useful app allows users to share their personal Google Maps and directions with their friends and family, all while on-the-go. Socially savvy navigators can share where they are going and information how to get there with the click of a button via email, Facebook, or Twitter. It’s a perfect app for anyone planning a group rendezvous or even a family reunion.
UK based Corbenic Consulting Ltd today introduces Spending Log 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Spending Log helps consumers keep track of where their money is spent. It is highly configurable and will analyse spending patterns in a way that is relevant to the user. Spending Log provides powerful ways to analyse spending patterns, and also includes an innovative import function allowing expenditure data to be imported from other compatible apps.
London based Revel Mob LLP today released Where M I 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Just in time for marathon season, Revel Mob has launched a real-time tracking app that will let supportive friends and family stay abreast of a runner’s location. The app is super easy to use and tracking permission codes can be sent to people individually or in groups. Unlike some GPS positioning programs, no account creation is necessary to use Where M I.
A free iOS app from Avalore Studios, AdAppella 1.0 helps its users discover music used in TV adverts by providing a constantly updated list of advertisers, adverts and their associated music. Usually short pieces of a TV advert music tracks are often obscured by voice overs. AdAppella solves this problem by just catering users interested in TV advert music. Users can browse adverts by date of release or by advertiser, view a video of the advert and much more.
JBD Development has announced Family Quick Sit 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Family Quick Sit provides iOS users with instant strategic seating assignments right on the spot in just a few seconds based on both pre-configured and on-the-fly seating preferences. Attendees are selected along with options for grouping adults and children, with kids arranged by gender or age, parents sitting next to small children, couples sitting together or apart, and all the ladies seated together etc.
Top 10 Produce LLC launches Locale, a 100% traceable strawberry brand that connects growers and consumers through ShopSavvy. Grocery shoppers can use their smartphones to scan barcodes on produce to determine the farm of origin and learn more about independent farmers who grow their food. The grower profile includes information about the farmer, a map of the location where the product was grown, links to the farmer’s Facebook and Twitter accounts and more.
Denver based Third Chicken Inc today announces “Shake the States – Fun Games for Kids Series” app for the iPad. Shake the States makes learning about where to place states fun with colorful graphics and states that bounce around. Just shake the iPad and the states drop and bounce. Put them all in the right place and you will feel like a champion, complete with award ceremony music. Learning where the 50 states are located has never been fun until now.
FutureTap today announces Where To? 3.5.1, an update to their popular location finder for iPhone and iPod touch. Where To is best known as a worldwide points of interest finder that utilizes the iPhone GPS and doesn’t require the user to do any typing. The update includes Where To? 3D, a revolutionary new Augmented Reality module for iPhone 4 and 3GS. The points of interest are displayed on top of reality.
Quu Entertainment today announces Where is Fun 1.0 for iPad. Where is Fun consists of five funny and colorful mini-games that are intended to develop coordination, attention, logic, memory, and imagination. It was specifically designed to help develop kids’ sense of direction, spatial relationship, and brain skills in an entertaining manner. Abundance of colors, wonderful graphics, and carefully imaged characters create a warm and joyful atmosphere.