Posted by Press Releases | Feb 23, 2011 | Comments 0
Salt Lake City, Utah – Appdicted, developer of the popular iPhone app Monster Meter, announced that The Sunday Times recently named Monster Meter as a Top 500 App in their definitive App List. Experts in the relevant fields and regular Sunday Times app reviewers have compiled the Top 500 App List. The App List covers all the most popular devices including Apple(R) iPadTM and iPhone(R), RIM(R) BlackBerry(R), Google(R) AndroidTM, Nokia(R) and Amazon(R) Kindle(R). Some were included for their practicality and usefulness; while others were selected because they were brilliantly fun and addictive.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 05, 2010 | Comments 0
Gilbert, Arizona – App developer Dapper Gentlemen created an overnight sensation; Ugly Meter, which rose to #3 Worldwide on the iTunes charts in record time, almost overnight. Last week, Dapper Gentlemen announced that the Ugly Meter was available in the iTunes store.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 22, 2010 | Comments 0
Salt Lake City, Utah – Announcing Appdicted, LLC, the developer of Monster Meter, has released something unique for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. A newly launched product, Monster Meter gives parents a way to prove to young children that there are no monsters hiding in their room. The app offers four different monster detection technologies, including two realistic scanner displays and two meters to impress little ones with the reliability of the application. Monster Meter helps frightened children to feel safe and sleep easier.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 13, 2010 | Comments 0
Gilbert, Arizona – Dapper Gentlemen today released Ugly Meter 1.2 for iPhone users. The application is a new launch, bringing to the market a fun way to determine who is the ugliest of them all. Using the device camera, pictures are analyzed for ugliness. All your friends will want to try and prove that they are not as ugly as you say they are. Results include a number rating and advice on how to cope with the results.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jun 25, 2009 | Comments 1
You may have seen the new battery meter on screen shots of the iPhone recently, and wonder how you enable it because it’s not under Settings > General like you would expect it to be. Well, it’s buried a little bit further than that, and it only works with the iPhone 3.0 software on 3G S (not 3G).