Posted by Press Releases | Dec 29, 2010 | Comments 0
Melbourne, Australia – lividbox today is pleased to introduce AirScan 1.0 for iOS, their barcode scanner that can store any scan internally, and/or export it wirelessly to any Mac OS X device using the Bonjour, auto-configuring protocol. The user need only open the app on their iOS device, and their back-facing, primary camera will be activated. Users must frame the shot so that the horizontal red line passes through the entire barcode and then touch the screen. The code is photographed, read, stored, and then the code is sent wirelessly computer. Users may immediately verify a successful scan, as the top of the iPhone screen shows, for example, Result: 02299802.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 30, 2010 | Comments 0
Fuquay Varina, North Carolina – Just in time for Halloween! Take control of a nearby iPad with your iPhone or iPod touch and scare the living hell out of someone!
Posted by Jason | Jan 28, 2010 | Comments 0
I’ve always wanted the luxury of remotely connecting to my computer wherever I am, but I didn’t really know where to start. There are a handful of VNC (Virtual Network Computing) applications available in the App Store, but most of them suck and I’m not willing to throw away over $19 for some app, just to test it out. Had I known about the true awesomeness of Jaadu’s VNC app when it first came out, I would have purchased it a long time ago- no questions asked.
Posted by Jason | Jun 08, 2009 | Comments 2
With the release of Apple’s iPhone 3.0 Software this morning, application development company ARC Touch are taking advantage of its new features with the release of Beam It!, a Bluetooth connected application that lets you share your contact information with any other device within range.