Toronto based mobile development consulting firm Kengin Consulting Inc. today announces ShortShowers 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. ShortShowers encourages its users to conserve both water and energy by taking shorter showers whenever possible. It allows users to set a timer for their showers that can be adjusted to allow users to gradually reduce water consumption over time. The app also provides users with helpful tips on how to shorten their shower and more.
MacPhun LLC today officially announces FX Photo Studio 3.0 for iOS. iPhone and iPod touch users now have access to 171 high quality effects and filters. The enhanced version of FX Photo Studio further simplifies editing and sharing of pictures. It features possibilities to adjust all the effects; mix them and save consequences of effects into presets for a one tap application on other images. Creations can be saved to photo library or shared via email and popular social networks.
Food for Benjamin today introduces No More Socks 1.0 for iOS, their versatile gift-planning app that includes comparison shopping. Designed to organize gift-giving for any occasion, the app allows the user to easily create detailed lists of gift recipients, event dates, gift ideas, online retailers, traditional stores, specific gift items with prices, and gifts remaining to be purchased within a chosen period of time. All lists and bookmarks may be exported to a computer for online ordering.
Ontario based independent developer Richard Madison today announces Freedom Lite 1.2, the free version of his popular app discovery application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Developers make their Apps Free for a short period of time to boost their popularity, ranking and reviews. Freedom Lite discovers these Apps. Freedom Lite scours the iTunes Appstore 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. With thousands of apps per month, never miss another sale.
Montreal based Silicon Soft Inc. today announces Liquid Relay 1.0, their new pipe puzzle game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Liquid Relay offers hours of fun trying to reach the highest score by build the longest path per level. As you start each level, the pressure builds at the start valve, allowing you a few seconds head start to build your pipe path before the pressure pushes the liquid out of the start valve. Are you fast enough to stay ahead of the liquid flow?