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Archives for January 2010
Toulouse, France – Independent software developer David Palmerio today is pleased to announce E-Blues 1.1, his new blues music learning tool for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Discover and learn the Blues guitar in (almost) 5 minutes. This method presents 8 pieces of progressive levels, and each lesson is explained and the difficulties analyzed. The musical notation and theory is accompanied by audio and movie recordings.
Lesson 1: Just takle your guitar and begin with a traditional acoustic shuffle in the key of E.
Lesson 2: Play a funky blues with more advanced rhythm pattern.
Lesson 3: You can now improve your technic with a new slow shuffle, including open chords and multi-fingering turnaround ending.
Lesson 1: Discover Texas Blues played on electric guitar and understand the using of pentatonic scale.
Lesson 2: Introduction to the minor Blues in the style of BB King.
Lesson 3: Play a Texas Blues in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan rake on strings. Concluding the piece with a boogie.
Les Paul Blues:
Lesson 1: The use of Wha Pedal for a more modern blues.
Lesson 2: Leaving the pure Blues style for a more Blues Rock lesson.
* Automatic runs of the tabs in landscape display
* Resizables tabs in portrait mode
* How to read tabs for the beginners
* Soundings strings to tune your guitar
iPhone and iPod touch 3.1.2 or later
Pricing and Availability:
E-Blues 1.1 is $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Music category. Take your pick and spend good time with this app. E-Blues is already in the Top 25 French App Store.
Based in Toulouse, France, independent developer David Palmerio has been playing guitar for more than 20 years. Copyright (C) 2010 David Palmerio. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Luxembourg, Europe – Houdah Software today is delighted to announce the immediate availability of ACTGratuity 2.0. ACTGratuity is a full-featured tip calculator for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. ACTGratuity was first released the day the iTunes AppStore opened its doors. With version 2.0 it is back to reclaim its throne. ACTGratuity 2.0 aims to be not only the most convenient tip calculator, but also the best looking one.
ACTGratuity 2.0 sports an all new interface and looks so cute you can’t resist. Most importantly though, it is easy to use and yet loaded with all the features you need.
The bill shows 4 rows: Check, Tax, Gratuity & Split. When a row is selected, you can key in values using the keypad. Otherwise it just displays current values. Usually you just need to key in the check amount. That row is selected by default. You enter the full check amount. ACTGratuity subtracts tax, computes gratuity and then splits the grand total by the number of guests.
Hint: The waiter’s body acts as a vertical slider to adjust gratuity. Watch his facial expression change with the gratuity percentage!
The 3 other rows show 2 values. When not selected, the value to the right is the computed value. The smaller value to the left is the value or percentage you have entered. Once you select a row, the configurable value moves to the right so you can key it in.
iPhone and iPod touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
ACTGratuity 2.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Travel category.
Houdah Software s.a r.l is a small company based in Luxembourg Europe. The company was founded in late 2005 by Pierre Bernard. We specialize in quality software for Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Apple, Macintosh, Mac, Spotlight, iPhone, iPod, iPad, AirPort, WebObjects and the Mac logo are trademarks of Apple Computer. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
Mataro (Barcelona), Spain – Independent developer Pere Orra today is pleased to announce Touch Cams 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Touch Cams is a webcams viewer that lets you freely distribute the cams on as many screens you may need. Touch Cams does not include a cams directory, and instead lets you find webcams on the web with its integrated web browser with Google search.
* Move, Scale & Rotate cams with your fingers by dragging and pinching
* Double tap cams to Zoom In, double tap again to Zoom Out
* Place as many as you can in a single screen
* Create as many screens as you need with different cams on each
* Search for webcams with integrated browser with Google Search
* Automatically retrieves all images in a site and show the latest modification, so you can easily find the image that is a webcam
* Share webcams by email with other Touch Cams users that can install the shared webcam with a simple tap
* Shared webcams can also be send to anyone, as the email contains always the latest image of the webcam
* Allows to save a backup of all your cams by simply sending a email
* Multiple update options: On Start, On Changing Screen, On Zoom In
iPhone and 2nd Generation iPod touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Touch Cams 1.0 is only $1.99 (USD) and world wide available hrough the App Store in the Entertainment Category.
Located in Mataro (Barcelona), Spain, Pere Orra develops iPhone and iPod Touch apps for himself and for companies that want to have a promotional presence in the App Store. Copyright (C) 2010 Pere Orra. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Atlanta, Georgia – With more and more people using Safari on the iPhone to browse the Web for work and play, the lack of in-page search functionality in this popular mobile Web browser is baffling. If one has ever used the “Edit – Find” feature of traditional Web browsers, one must wonder why it is not available in Safari on the iPhone. There are alternatives, but neither hits the mark in terms of convenience, usability, and reliability:
a) Install and use one of the third-party Web browsers available on the App Store – replacing Safari entirely.
b) Use one of the less-than-stellar “bookmarklets” circa 2007 that feature no user interface for navigation among search results and suffer from a number of technical, as well as general usability issues.
Unsatisfied with these options and tired of waiting for Apple to add in-page search to mobile Safari, the developer of Find In Page simply created his own app to deliver this missing feature to iPhone and iPod touch users via the App Store. Find In Page app delivers its functionality in the form of a “bookmarklet” – the only way new features can be added directly to the mobile Safari browser. Once installed, accessing in-page search functionality is exactly 2 taps – same as the two clicks required for “Edit – Find” in traditional browsers.
In-page search is one of the most important productivity tools for doing serious research on the Web, as well as simply getting oriented in larger webpages. It significantly reduces the amount of time required to review search engine results: instead of scanning and reading each page for relevance, you can use in-page search to look for relevant keywords, saving time and frustration. Ability to search text, especially in long webpages is critical to mastery of online content. Now this vital productivity tool is available to iPhone users.
* iPhone or iPod touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Find In Page 1.0 is only $0.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store.
The Find In Page project was officially launched January 15, 2010 with the goal of helping people be more productive and less frustrated when using the mobile Web for research. Find In Page is a brainchild of Vais Salikhov, who’s been engaged in software development for fun and profit since the turn of the century. You can learn more about Find In Page at their website online. Copyright (C) 2010 Vais Salikhov. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Beaumont, Texas – Yesterday Apple unveiled their latest creation, the iPad. It’s a tablet device that is basically a giant iPhone. One of the best features is that virtually all iPhone and iPod Touch Apps are compatible with this new and exciting device! Which means that you can already print from the iPad using the current version of ActivePrint for the iPhone!
However, there are several features that are going to be made available to app developers that we will be adding to ActivePrint. Among these new features is the ability to print common office documents including word processor documents, spreadsheets, and presentations!
And you will still be able to easily print photos, contacts, plain text, and web pages to any printer that you can connect to a Windows PC! It doesn’t matter what printer you have. Print while you’re on the go with ActivePrint on your new Apple iPad!
Here are some of the features available in this new version of ActivePrint 7 for your iPhone or iPod Touch:
* Print photos from your photo album or your device’s camera
* Print the contents of your device’s clipboard, letting you easily print content from other apps!
* Print contacts from the address book and web pages
* Print plain text from a built in notepad screen
* Support for multiple copies, portrait/landscape printing, different quality of printing, and color or black & white printing
* Print via any internet connect (Wi-Fi or EDGE/3G network)
* Support for practically any printer available in the market
* iPhone or iPod Touch 3.2 or later, iPad 3.2 or later
* A printer connected to a Windows PC via USB/WiFi/Network
* A printer connected to a Mac OSX via USB/WiFi/Network (coming in March)
Pricing and Availability:
ActivePrint 7.0 is only $3.99 (USD) and is available worldwide exclusively through the AppStore in the Productivity category.
Founded in 2002 as Pocket Watch Software by Charles W. Teel, our company launched what has continued to be our lead product, ActivePrint. Charles developed the idea of ActivePrint as a college student after getting his first Pocket PC. In class he would write pages and pages of notes on his Pocket PC but would have to manually copy those files to his desktop computer and then print them one at a time. Frustrated, he looked for a software alternative to make this process simpler. But the closest thing he could find would require another $400 of hardware and software, and even then it wouldn’t fully automate the process. So Charles set out to develop ActivePrint, the first and only mobile printing application that gives users the ability to print right out of the box at an affordable price (even for college students). Pocket Watch Software continued to develop the ActivePrint technology to make it more effective. After reorganizing Pocket Watch Software to Pocket Watch LLC, we continue the legacy of making technology work for our customers.
Elasticr is a fun- filled, challenging, and entertaining game that will test your reflexes and your puzzle solving skills. The physics of this game are just amazing, it will challenge you, frustrate you and have you smiling when you make it to the next level.