Posted by Gwen Phua | Jun 21, 2011 | Comments 0
Some games make you smile right from the get-go, and Bumpy Road is one such. In this very original game by Simogo, you’ll be guiding a couple in a car down the road. You won’t be driving the car, but manipulating the road beneath it, creating moving hills that propel the car. It made me feel like I was playing a toy piano, and that’s just one of the little touches in the game that makes it so delightful.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 13, 2011 | Comments 0
Ann Arbor, Michigan – Simply Dusty Apps today is pleased to announce the release of Golf Shot Distance 1.0 for iPhone and iPad 3G. Determining how far you hit the golf ball can now be done quickly, easily, and accurately. By using the built in GPS of the iPhone or iPad 3G, there is no longer a need to search for yard markers or sprinkler heads only to get only an approximation of how far the shot went.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Feb 09, 2011 | Comments 0
Have you ever wondered how fast something is moving? Now you don’t have to just guess. speedClock by Sten Kaiser can give you a good estimate. In addition, you can gauge how far an object is to you, as well as find out a runner’s lap time.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Jan 04, 2011 | Comments 2
Do you ever need to make measurements? If you have ever found yourself wishing you could know the distance or height of an object or building, no matter how far away or inaccessible, SpectaRuler by HollingTech Software LLC can help you. All you’ll need is an iPhone.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 29, 2010 | Comments 0
Stockholm, Sweden – Kaiser & Kaiser today is pleased to introduce speedClock 1.0 for iPhone 4, their new utility that uses the device’s built-in video camera to automatically measure the speed of any object, the distance to any point, and lap times of racers. Employing the device’s three-axis gyro and basic trigonometry establishes distance. Speed and laps are measured using the motion sensing of the video camera, timing the interval between the object entering and leaving the frame. Because it relies for its operation on a built-in video camera, the app is presently compatible only with iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 4.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Nov 17, 2010 | Comments 0
Just today, Monster Dash by Halfbrick Studios was updated into a universal app. So any iPad owners who have been holding off on the game due to the lack of a native version can now make a dash to the App Store to pick this up for just $0.99.