Healthy Habits is a highly rated iPhone tool that helps people create healthier habits. It allows people to identify areas they wish to change, define motivations, customize goals, track progress and celebrate success. Along the way they can get reminders, share their progress with others, earn badges and reach new milestones. With the latest update, it now offers powerful tools to help users share their experiences with their support system.
Smudge Apps is building App’s that bring New Zealand to the forefront of global technology. Smudge builds apps for some of New Zealand’s biggest brands, and their work means the you can do cool stuff from your phone. Record a TV show, buy a movie ticket, or pay your cellphone bill with the touch of virtual button. The company’s portfolio has grown to be an impressive “who’s who” of the NZ app scene, and now includes iPhone and Android apps for many leading companies.
Independent development team, Etienne Nguyen Tan Hon and Yong Jie Hu today introduce Wondershape 1.0, their new traditional papercutting application exclusively created for iPad. Incredible pieces of art can be instantly created giving the real life experience of cutting and design. Varied cutting and painting tools can be efficiently mixed to make authentical masterpieces. Papercutting is a full art, coming to us from the 6th century.
IGG Software today announced it has completed testing of iBank 4 for compatibility with Lion, the forthcoming version of Mac OS X. With the release of iBank 4.2.4, now available for download from IGG’s website and the Mac App Store, iBank has been declared Lion-ready. The new improvements in version 4.2.4 build upon longstanding iBank features such as direct downloads from online accounts, custom check printing, robust data export and iPhone sync.
California based Headcase Games announces 180 v1.1 is now free today for iPhone to celebrate our selection as the Free App of the Day for Android as well. 180 is a colorful action-puzzler which challenges the player to think fast and act faster. A simple interface is paired with familiar matching/chaining mechanics to bring a new level of depth and strategy to the genre. Touch any game piece on the playfield and flip it over 180 degrees; each piece has a different color on either side.
Kaiser & Kaiser announce today speedClock 3.0 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs, a high speed update to their utility that uses the device’s built-in video camera to measure the speed of any object, and the distance to any point. Speed is measured using the video camera, both through motion detection and analysis of a recorded video. Effortlessly calculate and display distances in meters or feet. The new video based speed tool is ideal for catching small fast objects like balls.
Have you ever taken a photo where you didn’t look your best? Uncut Video today introduces Beautify 1.0, their new image analysis solution for iOS and Intel devices. With no touchup skills necessary, Beautify uses facial attractiveness technology for an instant makeover, automatically. The app contains its own “model of perfection” that it applies to the portrait while preserving individuality. Beautified profile photos are easily uploaded to Facebook or Twitter with a single click.
Toronto based Xinsight today introduces Cosmos Timer 1.0, its new productivity tool for iOS devices. Cosmos Timer can track events with both flexible and hard due dates. There’s an alert when the timer expires, but it continues to count up from the due date to show how much time has passed. The countdown to the end of the timer is featured prominently in the interface, which allows for users to anticipate events that might be days, weeks or even years in the future.
Warsaw based developer AngryOrange introduces Just a Ball 1.0, their new physics based puzzle adventure for iOS devices. In Just a Ball, players use problem solving skills and sheer accuracy to get a soccer ball from its starting position into a box with a single shot. Featuring 21 sequentially more challenging levels, the game’s interface is both intuitive and sleek, with an authentic physics engine to give its gameplay more life-like dynamics and a truly authentic feel.
Chicago based INTERSOG today announced the release of Get Directions Pro for the iPad in addition to its recent launch for the iPhone and iPod touch. This useful app allows users to share their personal Google Maps and Directions with their friends and family, all while on-the-go. To get its mission accomplished, Get Directions Pro gives users the power to share their route information and visual driving directions with the click of a button via Dropbox, email, Facebook, or Twitter.
ONE, the anti-poverty advocacy group cofounded by Bono, today launched the ONE App for the iPhone. A free mass-market app designed exclusively for advocacy, the ONE App brings together the latest activism tools in a powerful mobile platform. Built in partnership with @radical.media, the ONE App’s unique design and functionality make it the modern way for people to get the facts, get connected and create change in the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease.
Corbenic Consulting Ltd has announced Lending Log 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Lending Log helps keep track of any loans a person makes. The user can keep a precise log of when a loan was made, to who and how much it was for. It also records repayments, keeping an accurate log of who owes what amount. The app also includes an Export Function allowing the entered loan and repayment data to be used in the Spending Log companion app.
Austin based vring.ly today announces vring.ly 1.1, their free app for iPhone and iPod touch. vring.ly is a new way to send personal video messages to your friends, without the pitfalls of traditional MMS video messages. Users may send high quality “vrings” to multiple contacts with the touch of a button. The service works over both WiFi and 3G, and vrings are delivered via multiple mediums: SMS messages, e-mail, push notifications for other vring.ly users, and even calls to landlines.