Posted by Adam | Jun 17, 2011 | Comments 0
Apple patent hints at Find my iPhone enhancements – why wait? Today Apple hinted that they are looking to enhance the Find My iPhone app with additional features to help lost iPhones find their way home. Maybe they should have explored the App Store first? Return My Phone, launched last month, not only encourages owners to protect their iPhones using the Passcode Lock feature, it manages the safe return of a lost device.
Posted by Adam | Jun 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Set for release 2011, iOS 5 will provide location-based alarms. But why wait until fall? Pocket Informant offers this service now. Pocket Informant stands out among the productivity apps by merging full-featured task management with robust calendaring in one app. Location Alerts within Pocket Informant allow you to set up a task, assign that task to a contex location, and forget about it. Your Events and Tasks are incorporated into the same views, allowing you to fluently manage your time.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 03, 2010 | Comments 0
Anaheim, California – app316.com, the developer of Disneyland MouseWait Social Wait Times Free, has released its latest update for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. MouseWait is the foremost authority on Disneyland, next to Disneyland itself – and is the highest rated Disneyland iPhone app in the history of the app store. The application boasts a real-time system for accurately predicting wait times, live webcams that users can watch at home, park maps, a GPS function that tells you where the closest restroom, restaurant, attraction, or event is with one-click, dining information, the world’s largest mobile Disneyland community and much, much more. MouseWait, although free, offers an absolute plethora of features, giving users a unique, instant gateway to the famous theme park.
Posted by Press Releases | Sep 06, 2010 | Comments 0
Bangkok, Thailand – MASAKA Soft today is pleased to announce the release of ThaiType version 1.1 for iPad. ThaiType was developed for users who need to type Thai characters on iPad. Typing Thai on iPad is the gap that has been left out from iPad’s features since the device was launch months ago. There has been many fixes and work arounds, but not really one solution that really understand the need of Thai speaking iOS device users, until now.