California based Kima Labs today announces Deal Flow 1.3, their new free app for iOS devices. Deal Flow helps solve deal overload by creating a personalized deal feed that lets people browse the deals they care about, all in one place on their iPhone. It continually scours sites across the Web, from Groupon to Target to Woot, digging up thousands of new online and local offers each day. Then, these offers are presented in one easily browsable iPhone app that adapts to each user’s interests.
UK based JPY Consulting Ltd. today announces GeoPhoto 2.0, an update to their location aware photography app for iPad. GeoPhoto lets users virtually travel around the world by finding geo located pictures. It also lets users share pictures via email, save them to the photo album, post to Facebook and more. It’s just a matter of selecting an area of the world map and clicking the search button. Shortly afterwards the screen will be filled with the best images found in that area.
New Jersey based Tickets on the Fly today announced the recent update of their mobile ticket platform made for iOS. With Tickets on the Fly users can search for the tickets they want while on the go and deal directly with the person selling them. Helping event-goers get in touch with their tickets as directly and cheaply as possible, Tickets on the Fly enables users to search out and buy event tickets without dealing with middle-man ticket outlets.
Maryland based Leaping Bytes today introduces MapPocket 1.0, their new travel app for iPhone and iPod touch. MapPocket can help you to save a lot on roaming charges while traveling. It allows you to put Google Maps in your pocket, so you can use them later without an internet connection. MapPocket will remember all map tiles you viewed. Once “pocketed”, maps will become available without need for the internet connection.