Posted by Gwen Phua | Apr 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Since NoteBook by Circus Ponies Software, Inc has made its appearance in the Mac App Store, I figure I ought to point out the major differences between the popular Mac desktop software and its newer sibling, Circus Ponies NoteBook for iPad, which I reviewed much earlier this year. Both the Mac and iPad versions of Circus Ponies NoteBook work hand in hand to make organizing your life and work easier. Unfortunately, the desktop software is not available to PC users. For you happy Mac owners, however, read on at iPadmodo.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 10, 2010 | Comments 0
Cheltenham, United Kingdom – Food for Benjamin today is pleased to introduce No More Socks 1.0 for iOS, their versatile gift-planning app that features the ability to save the results of comparison shopping. Designed to organize gift-giving all year round, the app allows the user to easily create detailed lists of gift recipients, event dates, gift ideas, online retailers, traditional stores, specific gift items with prices, and the gifts remaining to be purchased within a chosen period of time. All lists and bookmarks may be exported from the iOS device to a computer for more convenient online ordering.
Posted by Press Releases | May 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Dallas, Texas – Announcing that BKMcM.com, the developers of PriceCalc Price Comparison Calculator, has released a one-of-a-kind product for iPhone and iPod touch users. This application compares unit prices based on package sizes, letting users know which product offers the best deal. A currency conversion feature allows the user to see prices in familiar monetary units. PriceCalc can work with imperial and/or metric measurements for length, weight and volume. Currency conversions are updated daily, making it a perfect app for foreign travel. No other price comparison app offers currency conversions.
Posted by Jason | Jun 01, 2009 | Comments 15
The Apple iPhone and 2.0 software update helped introduce a whole new market of applications to the mobile phone world. Due to the massive increase in demand for mobile applications, competitors like Google, Palm Inc, and Research In Motion Limited (RIM) have all stepped up to the plate to deliver their versions of multi-touch screen and gesture controlled phones with the ability to command powerful mobile applications, all helping revolutionize the industry.