Posted by Adam | Aug 03, 2011 | Comments 0
BeSoft today announces Taxi INT 1.2.1 for iOS, an update to their app that lists more than 1,200 taxi companies throughout the world. Constantly expanding, the database currently includes 15 different countries and more than 100 major cities. In addition to phone numbers and auto-dial, many listings include additional information, such as fares to points of interest and airports. BeSoft is currently developing a multi-lingual website where taxi companies can add themselves to the database.
Posted by Adam | Jun 22, 2011 | Comments 0
myTaxiControl announces the release of myTaxiControl 1.1a for iOS. Taxi customers are in a weak position compared to the driver. myTaxiControl completely inverts the power of balance, it puts the passenger in control. It allows to check if the correct tariff is applied. No longer being taken for a ride: the app graphically compares the ideal route to the one taken by the driver. It recalculates the fare as the taxi moves. It can even calculate the estimated fare before boarding a taxi.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 16, 2010 | Comments 0
London, England – Michaels Apps., an emerging developer of mobile games and applications, has announced an upcoming holiday contest for the regular and High Definition versions of it’s Crazy Taxi! game apps that will see two $50 iTunes gift cards given away at the end of January. On December 20th the developer will clear all of high scores currently on Crazy Taxi’s Online Leaderboard and invite anyone how has bought either version of the game to compete for the top high score spots on each of the game’s two leaderboards – one dedicated to the normal game and the other tracking only Crazy Taxi! HD scores.
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Vancouver, Canada – Finkly Interactive has released version 2.0 of its highly acclaimed chaos-management game “Fare City: Taxi Mania”. In Fare City the player assumes the role of taxi dispatcher, directing taxis around the streets of various locations in an increasingly manic rush to collect fares. Applauded for the design and production quality, addictive game-play and great music, Fare City: Taxi Mania has received five-star reviews from critics and players alike, and was featured by Apple in “New and Noteworthy”.
Posted by Adam | Jun 17, 2010 | Comments 0
Labyrinth games are part of a pretty popular genre that was one of the first to use the iPhone’s accerometer. Taxiball takes Labyrinth 2, puts an “everything pixel” city as the setting, adds a solid storyline, makes the already simple premise more enjoyable, and inserts some catchy beatboxing tunes in the background for you to enjoy. If I had to describe it in one sentence, that would be it, but I think I’ll just write a review!