Corporate Smalltalk Consulting today announces PDF 1.6.7 for iOS, an update to their document viewer app that allows the user to view both oversize and large multi-page PDF documents easily. The app employs proprietary Can Opener technology to convert and pre-render large documents for smooth scrolling and zooming. In addition to PDF files of thousands of pages, PDF 1.6.7 can easily handle page sizes of 44 x 44 inches. The app includes Dropbox connectivity and can display PDFs stored locally.
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.
Nelson Technologies announces the introduction of the SaFPWR battery case for the iPhone, proudly named the Fusion. The ultra sleek Fusion case is an ultra-light, ultra-thin and extremely durable rechargeable battery case that more than doubles the time of your iPhone 4. This rechargeable iPhone 4 battery case also protects your iPhone from ordinary wear and tear with a low profile design that allows you to keep the original look and feel of your iPhone 4.
Finland based BeIZ Ltd announces the release of Lola's Alphabet Train Lite. The app is the easy and fun way to learn letters and spelling. Kids start with the simple touch the letter game and advance to a memory game and finally practice what they have learned with the more involved drag and drop letter game. Children stay motivated by winning rewards as they progress through the game and the unique storyline keeps them involved and having fun right up until the end.