INOV8 Apps today announces iVite 1.1, their new event management app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Fun and simple to use, iVite makes it possible to create and share invitations and reminders with friends, manage guest lists and RSVPs, and do it all by push notification. iVite's revolutionary delivery system allows the user to send events straight to their friend's device. iVite creates a new event management paradigm by making it simple, quick, and useful for everyday events.
RafSoftware today announces Remoter VNC 2.02 for iOS, their productivity app that enables users to remotely control Mac, Windows, or Linux computers from their iOS device using the platform-independent VNC protocol version 3.8. The app uses Bonjour and NetBIOS to make setup a cinch, and it features a novel "virtual trackpad" that allows to control the mouse cursor intuitively. Telnet and SSH support are available as in-app purchases. SSH also allows for secure VNC over SSH.
Independent developer Tal Shumski today announces Keyboard 2, his new application for iOS devices. Keyboard 2 provides a full screen keyboard with double sized buttons to facilitate sending text messages and other communications. Users can adjust the level of the keyboard's transparency, text color, font size and button color to accommodate a variety of personal preferences. It features an ABC and numeric layout, complete with common punctuation marks on the main keyboard.
UK based Literature & Latte Ltd today announces Scrivener 2.0.5, their content-generation tool for writers, on the Mac App Store. Scrivener is an application that stays with you from that first, unformed idea all the way through to the first or even final draft. It won't try to tell you how to write - it just makes all the tools you have scattered around your desk available in one application. Virtual index cards store a synopsis for every document you create and more.
Polish Jokes Entertainment today announced that Blow Up the Frog 1.4 its non-disturbing frog blowing simulator for iOS will be available for free today, tomorrow and the day after. Blow Up the Frog simulates a game some twisted teenagers play in their backyards since the invention of the straw. In short - the app user grabs a frog, by touching the screen, and then starts blowing into the iPhone's microphone.