Archive | February 21, 2013

VIDEO: Apple Patent Application Looks Like Slap-Bracelet iWatch

21 Feb

VIDEO: Apple Patent Application Looks Like Slap-Bracelet iWatch

Apple submitted a new patent application that details wearable video technology. This comes as rumors about an iWatch begin to circulate.

Rowing Apps Make Boat Rigging Easy

21 Feb

RowZone.net is excited to announce, Rigging for Rowing 1.4, a new app in it’s line of rowing apps. Rigging for Rowing is a must have app for rowers wanting an easy and convenient way to rig their boat. This app walks the user through easy-to-follow illustrated steps on boat rigging. Getting right to the core of boat rigging, users can make the needed adjustments on their own without the inconvenience of carrying around a rigging manual or computer printouts.

Street View: New App Brings Street View Back to Maps App!

21 Feb

The German company FutureTap, known for its high quality location finder, Where To?, introduces Street View for iOS. Street View integrates with Apple Maps and allows it to easily display the widely popular street view panoramas. Street View has more than 300 gallery panoramas and displays the map of the current location. Dropping a pin or searching for a city, address or address book contact is seamless. Both satellite and hybrid map modes are supported.

App Launches that Plays Users Music Based on Combinations of Moods

21 Feb

iTabALot introduces Moodlstr 1.0.2, an alternative music player for iPhone and iPod touch with a strength in building and blending playlists based on mood, available on the App Store for $1.99 USD. Offering a wide range of new and alternative features, this app has been built from the ground up to service those of the population who require a soundtrack to life, allowing users to play and combine different playlists and moods based on what they feel like listening to.

Look Through London’s Windows in BT’s Incredible 320 Gigapixel Panorama | Gizmodo UK

21 Feb

Share on favorites Share on linkedin February 21, 2013 – 1:45pmIMAGE CACHE Look Through London’s Windows in BT’s Incredible 320 Gigapixel Panorama Gary Cutlack – Someone’s been spending a lot of work time up the top of London’s BT Tower with a camera, assembling an astounding 320 gigapixel panoramic image of the capital from 48,000 individual […]

Solving Slow iPhoto Problems and other iPhoto Troubleshooting | Mac Expert Guide

21 Feb

Solving Slow iPhoto Problems and other iPhoto Troubleshooting by macexpertguide November 14, 2012 Solving Slow iPhoto Problems and other iPhoto Troubleshooting If your iPhoto Library is large and complex, the database and files themselves may need repairing or rebuilding. Sometimes doing this can resolve issues such as the library appearing to be unreadable, missing photos, […]

Top Rated Facebook App Goes Free For The First Time Ever

21 Feb

With over 50,000 downloads in 30 days, MyFace For Facebook has quickly become one of the most popular ways to browse Facebook on the iPhone and Macs, and was the #2 best-selling paid app in the Social Networking category of the US Apple App Store earlier this month. To celebrate, MyFace+ for Facebook 1.2 will be available for Free in the App Store though Friday, March 1st. The app is a powerful client that provides all the functionality of Facebook in an intuitive, easy to use interface.

People of the World – Unveiling Unique Profiles of Public Figures

21 Feb

Software Technology Solutions introduces an innovative iPhone/iPad application, People of the World 1.0, that gathers the world’s prominent figures in one place and allows people to monitor their online presence. This app goes far beyond the traditional directory concept that we stumble upon every day. Not only does it show people’s names and occupations, but also provides unique profiles of prominent figures including their biography, photos, social media accounts, timeline and family tree.

SweetPicks for iOS – Remember Things That Matter To You

21 Feb

Independent developer, Francis Henry announces SweetPicks 1.2, an exciting new productivity application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Designed to help individuals capture things of interest while out shopping or walking the street, Sweetpicks allows anyone to capture rich and informative notes. notes can be sorted, classified into favourites or associated with tags to facilitate their search. Users can also share things of interest with their friends by sending ‘SweetPicks’ notes by email.

Announcing Conditions for iOS – Beautiful Weather Info on the Go

21 Feb

Dallas based independent developer, Jake Marsh today introduces Conditions 1.0, a minimalistic iOS weather app developed for iOS devices. With the aim to make checking the weather on-the-go simple, fun and beautiful, Conditions only shows you the most important information about what it’s like outside right now, wherever you are, anywhere in the world. The app displays a simple, 5 day forecast indicating what it’s going to be like outside each day, including the temperature.