Posted by Adam | Jun 29, 2011 | Comments 0
EnGIS Communications has launched the newest version of its popular Gogo Navigator USA & CAN app for iPhone and iPod touch. Version 1.2 features real-time live traffic update capabilities making Gogo Navigator an even more powerful and user-tailored navigational tool. Gogo Navigator USA & CAN provides turn-by-turn 3D navigation, text-to-speech guidance, signpost display and millions of places of interest. Version 1.2 includes pedestrian navigation mode for city navigation by foot.
Posted by Press Releases | May 01, 2011 | Comments 0
Oakville, Canada – Mobile application developer Precision Apps today is pleased to announce the release of Route Master for iPhone and iPad. Route Master on your iPhone or iPad 3G allows others to not only see where you are but how you got there and how fast you’ve been travelling. Route Master sends your location and speed data to a central server for sharing with others.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 24, 2011 | Comments 0
Los Angeles, California – Blue Onion Soft, Inc. today is pleased to announce its new game, City Traffic HD that has just released on AppStore and is now available both on your iPhone and iPad. City Traffic HD is a game of managing traffic. Try to minimize the traffic on intersections, and avoid any crash. You can control the traffic by swiping your fingers to accelerate the vehicles and tapping the vehicles to stop moving.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Mar 02, 2011 | Comments 1
What if you were a railway traffic controller? Would you manage to have everything running smoothly, or would you be responsible for a whole host of unfortunate accidents? Find out for yourself in Paper Train HD by Istom Games Kft. You don’t just have to guide the trains and stop them from crashing into each other, but also save roaming cows from certain death.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 16, 2011 | Comments 0
Cheltenham, United Kingdom – Neon Play, the UK mobile games studio behind the 10 billionth downloaded app Paper Glider, releases their latest iPhone game, Traffic Panic. The free game has already topped the free Games charts around the world. The simple, fun and very addictive game is free to download and has six different street environments. Since its launch 10 days ago, Traffic Panic has shot to the top of the free Games charts around the world, including the UK, Australia and Canada. It is currently rocketing up the USA charts.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Paris, France – NeoWORX is pleased to introduce NeoWORX 1.0, an iOS compatible version of the highly successful NeoWORX web traffic tracking and analysis service for Mac and PC. The free app enables the user to track the time, date, and location of anyone, worldwide who visits the user’s Blog, Website, eBay Store, Social Page or any kind of web presence. Following a free 15-day trial period, the user may opt for limited free service or a low cost paid subscription service. It is one of the first iPhone apps to display past or present traffic, by country or city, by unique visitors or page views, including graphic visualization and detailed statistics.
Posted by Paul Balsom | Sep 06, 2010 | Comments 1
According to a new study from Quantacast, a marketing analytics company, Google’s mobile OS Android is eating up market share from previous top dogs Apple’s iOS and RIM’s Blackberry OS. As of right now, Android accounts for 25% of mobile web traffic in the U.S.
Posted by Adam | Jun 15, 2010 | Comments 0
What do you get when you put a monster at the tip of a loaded cannon ready to blow it into little teeny pieces? You get the addictive game featured in N&N, Doodle Cannon!
Posted by Adam | Jun 02, 2010 | Comments 0
CrossRoads is a game that’s simple to learn, but not simple to get (un)hooked to. It has the line-drawing feel to it, while it adds other gameplay mechanics. By far the game stands out compared to those other line drawing games. So get ready to start controlling heavy traffic, and watch out for things on screen that can distract you!
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Mexico City, Mexico – Atinco America today is pleased to introduce Traffic Control Game 1.0, their traffic control simulation for the iPhone and iPod touch. A virus has infected the computer that controls the city’s traffic lights. Human operators/players must take over and try to achieve the smoothest flow of traffic and fewest accidents on the busy city streets of Miami. By controlling different stop lights at intersections, players prevent collisions and traffic jams while ambulances, motorcycles, school buses, sports cars, tractor trailers, buses, police cars, fire trucks and cars travel at various speeds. Streets are seen in overhead view, complete with homes, buildings, lanes, tunnels, lights and vehicles.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Apr 06, 2010 | Comments 0
Ok, Google Maps is no Tom Tom, but it does offer many of the same features. With Google Maps you get FREE traffic which you can take advantage of. This iPhone tip will tell you how to have traffic time included with your travel time.
Risk Factor: SAFE
Difficulty Level: Easy
Posted by Adam | Mar 05, 2010 | Comments 0
If you are looking for something to do this weekend instead of sitting around and doing nothing, come see what apps are free for the weekend!
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 01, 2010 | Comments 0
Mexico City, Mexico – Atinco America today is pleased to announce the release of World Traffic 1.0, their new traffic control simulation game for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Players compete to see who can achieve the smoothest flow of traffic and fewest accidents on busy city streets. By skillfully controlling stop lights at intersections, players prevent traffic jams while accommodating school buses, emergency vehicles and cars. Streets are seen in overhead view, complete with buildings, lanes, lights and vehicles.
Posted by Jason | Nov 10, 2009 | Comments 0
The much anticipated U.S. version of the Traffic Live feature for the NAVIGON iPhone app, MobileNavigator, just became available in the U.S. App Store, as of today. Traffic Live utilizes real-time traffic information to calculate better routes that avoid congestion and get drivers to their destination faster. The feature launches with coverage for the U.S., with Canada soon to follow.