May 19, 2016 - California based indie developer, Adrian Ramirez today announces Spiritual Me 1.5.1, an important update to his popular mobile app. Spiritual Me guides users through exercises that enable them to practice meditation while being inspired by nature, art and scripture. The app asks users to select their current state of mind and current emotion and then enter a bad habit or attribute they would like to improve on. Version 1.5.1 is free to download and offers four new routines that can be unlocked.
May 19, 2016 - UK based LittleQuest Limited today announces the worldwide launch of LittleBook - The Breakup App 1.0.10 for both iOS and Android. Based on science, LittleBook is a relationship journal app designed to make breakups easier by helping people understand their relationships and giving them a safe place to put past partners, so they can stop carrying around painful memories. LittleBook users can also anonymously read shared stories and share any chapter they write with other users.
May 13, 2016 - Toronto based developer, Christina Lau today introduces TennisKeeper 1.1, a new app for tennis players to track their tennis activities and to make every tennis day memorable. Keeping track of match facts helps you stay focused and is a great way to understand your progress. If you are playing tennis as a workout to lose weight, TennisKeeper keeps track of your calories burned and help you reach your goal. Your tennis will never be the same again. Version 1.1 includes many new features.
May 09, 2016 - Independent development studio, Kitefaster today releases a free version of the Deep Sleep Sounds app for Apple TV. The app was a finalist in the ports category of the Apple TV App Challenge presented by AppLovin. The developer originally wrote the App to help his newborn baby fall asleep. However, the sounds also help adults sleep, study, or relax. Deep Sleep Sounds can play the last selected sound immediately on launch, useful for calming fussy babies as soon as possible.
May 08, 2016 - Independent iOS Developer, James Hollender has some last minute Mother's Day Gift Ideas, especially if she's one of the unfortunate ones required to take blood thinning medications. All are iOS apps. First is the Vitamin K app to look up many foods that contain this nutrient that counteracts the medication. Second is the iNutrients app that includes 10 different nutrients, but a much more complete list. Lastly is the "All iNutrient App" app bundle that contains the Vitamin K app plus 9 more.
Apr 27, 2016 - Montreal based inookta studio inc. today introduces TaoMix 2, their new fitness app for iOS devices. TaoMix makes it easy for anyone to create their own immersive, uniquely personal relaxing soundscapes. Users can collect and mix more than 100 carefully handpicked sounds to create dynamic soundscapes that evolve over time. They can also record and mix their own sounds to create truly unique and memorable soundscapes that can be shared with the world via Facebook, Twitter or by email.
Mar 31, 2016 - Taha Consulting today announces NutriGuide 1.3, a nutrition information app developed for iOS and Android devices. NutriGuide helps users screen food products by scanning or looking up barcodes with confidence when they're shopping food products in-store. Users can access a database of over 500,000 products sold in North America and easily select food products that fit their lifestyle and acceptable choices based on their profile. NutriGuide will also filter among 8 of the most common allergies.
Mar 23, 2016 - Updown Technologies, Inc. today announces Updown Fitness 1.5.0, their free personal workout trainer developed for iOS and Android devices. Bored with your same old gym routines? Then Updown Fitness is for you. This app helps anyone from beginners to experts create, perform, and share the perfect workout. Easily create workouts from scratch by choosing from over 1500 fully animated exercises at your fingertips. Or, have Updown create a workout for you, just like a real personal trainer.
Mar 10, 2016 - We Have Kids today announce Eat What, available for iOS and Android devices. Eat What gives you all the details you need about what you're eating, whether you're grocery shopping, cooking, or dining out. When a user wants to know more about a product's ingredients, they need only scan the bar code for immediate access to the most important information about the item. The latest version now includes all the latest news and feature stories about nutrition, diet, and healthy eating.