Sep 14, 2016 - FutureTap GmbH today announces Where To? 10.0, an important update to their popular local search app for iOS and Apple Watch devices. Where To? finds nearby restaurants, shops, and other services. Version 10.0 includes a new module for iOS 10 users: Where To? for iMessage allows to include local search results in the ongoing chat conversation without leaving the Messages app, as well as adds emoji search for even quicker access to search categories.
Aug 31, 2016 - Boston based InchWest today introduces Live Speed Limit Alerts 2.42, an iPhone and iPad app to help avoid expensive speeding tickets and camera traps. Live Speed offers voice based alert notifications when the speed limit on a route changes, or when the speed limit is exceeded. The app helps in avoiding traffic violations and caters to a large segment of the driving population, including teen drivers, long commuters and vacationers. Version 2.42 includes minor bug fixes.
Jul 14, 2016 - Developed by Carob Apps, LLC, the new inRoute 5.1 update adds seven custom route types based on the weather, elevation, or curviness of routes. For example, a family planning their summer road trip can create routes with the lowest temperatures or least precipitation; travelers towing a trailer may favor routes with the least elevation gain for a safer, easier drive; and motorcyclists and car enthusiasts can choose routes with the most curves.
Jun 29, 2016 - RMKapps today introduces ZuumSpeed 1.0 for iOS. ZuumSpeed isn't just another speedometer, it redefines what's expected down to the foundation of the app. With customization that gives you the ability to personalize the easy-to-use interface and allows access to over 18 custom fonts with unlimited color options. Couple that with the built in HUD (Heads up Display) mode that projects your custom speed onto the front windshield, keeping your eyes safely on the road, or just to impress your friends.
May 26, 2016 - AppAnnex LLC today announces Speed Tracker. GPS Speedometer and Trip Computer 5.3, an update to its popular iOS app. Speed Tracker combines a GPS speedometer, Trip Log and Trip computer into one unique application. The app automatically records your location, speed, time, distance and much more. Version 5.2 now supports Apple Watch. Speed Tracker is on sale for 75% off the regular price. The promotional price will be in effect until May 31th, 2016.
Apr 22, 2016 - GeniusApps Technologies announces TrakCar 2.2.1, an update to their popular navigation app for iOS and Apple Watch. Using state-of-the-art artificial intelligence technology, TrakCar will automatically detect and record the user's parking location whenever they park their car, without any action on their part required. There are no buttons to press or physical devices to install in the car, and the app uses power-smart GPS technology. Version 2.2.1 offers GUI improvements and minor bug fixes.
Apr 06, 2016 - FutureTap GmbH today announces Streets 3 - The Street View App, the all-new version of their street level viewing app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Streets 3 offers a panoramic, street-level look at any location covered by Google Street View. New features include support for the iPad Pro, Split View, Slide Over, iOS 9 Spotlight support, and a new Apple Watch app offering the ability to view 360-degree panoramas directly on a user's wrist.
Mar 02, 2016 - Virginia based Blue Eyes Innovation LLC today introduces Samaritan 1.0, their new navigation app for iOS devices. Samaritan is a must-have App that helps make driving safer. The app automatically detects accidents and sends out distress alerts - based on user's health condition - from iPhone and Apple Watch that may make a difference in a life and death situation. This feature works best with companion Apple Watch that gives the ability to determine user's health in a timely manner.
Feb 03, 2016 - Miami based RMKapps has released GUI Speedometer 1.0, the ultimate digital dashboard display developed for iOS devices. GUI Speedometer is a precision based GPS digital dashboard that includes an analog and digital read out of your current speed in mph or km/h. Swiping right or left on the screen reveals more parameters such as six customizable colors to choose from, current weather updates, or just see whats playing on the built in iPod interface.