Tuesday, August 24, 2010

An App to Help People Know Where Their Day Went




TimeTag, created by Capparsa, is a new iPhone application designed to help you track your day. Like a time sheet, it logs time spent on various activities, events, and projects. However, unlike other time apps that inundate you with unnecessary information, TimeTag keeps it simple. Combining a super clean interface with an automagic activity aggregator, TimeTag shows you exactly where your day went.

As you check in and out throughout the day, you attach a tag to each record. A tag is a text snippet that describes whatever you are doing, whether it be working, studying for a test, or asking "if you got that thing I sent you". Tags can be further organized into categories, such as "being productive" or "break time".

TimeTag also features a revolutionary OneTouch Total Button that allows you to immediately total the time spent on any activities or dates. Combined with powerful yet easy searching across any assortment of dates, tags, or categories, you can figure out exactly where your time went without the need for an abacus.

Summary of Features:
* Time Logging with Descriptive Tags
* One-touch hour totaling
* Fast, functional interface to let you enter and exit the app quickly
* Powerful and easy search
* Detailed view of entries
* No tag creation limit
* Automatic tag categorization
* Customizable categories
* Modifiable time records
* Multi-tasking enabled on iOS 4.0
* More features to come

Pricing and Availability:
TimeTag 1.0 is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.


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Technology Meets Yoga in New App




Viaden Mobile has launched All-in Yoga HD: 200 Poses & Yoga Classes, a new yoga app for iPad. Targeted at those willing to master yoga poses or eager to intensify their regular fitness routine, All-in Yoga HD offers all the necessary guidance.

The wide variety of ready-made programs featured by the app focus on all major muscles of the human body: arms, legs, abs etc. Several dozen pre-made pose sequences (static, dynamic and mixed) for various levels make it easy to choose one for a particular goal.

All-in Yoga HD utilizes a state-of-the-art algorithm that creates workouts for users based on the parameters and goals they enter in the app. Aspiring yogis can benefit from the option that allows them to create and modify custom workouts whenever they want.

The widescreen workout mode offered by All-in Yoga HD is simple but very practical. All options - text and voice guidance, video clips, music track choice, sound settings - are easily available right on the workout screen. The workout goes on without interruption and the timer counts down the time a posture should be held. Additional inspiration is provided by special yoga tunes.

All-in Yoga HD encloses an extensive bank of 200 poses with all kinds of instructions - photo, text, audio and video. The poses are arranged according to their level or type. Users can monitor their achievements using a workout log in the calendar which also displays a new yoga-related quote everyday.

"Developing All-in Yoga HD we thought about clear-minded and highly motivated people who are used to achieving what they want. What our potential users need is to make sure that everything works perfectly and according to the plan, even in something as philosophical as yoga. And that's what we are giving them: a reliable high-quality app that beats all competitors simply because it gives users more freedom of choice," says Yuri Gurski, Viaden Mobile CEO.

Pricing and Availability:
All-in Yoga HD: 200 Poses & Yoga Classes (v1.0) is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Healthcare & Fitness category.




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Hide Your iPhone 4 in The Little Black Book




The Little Black Book is a stealth case for your iPhone 4 which could prevent unwanted attention when using your expensive device.

There is something alluring about the little black book and we think you will be easily as intrigued by our Pad&Quill take on this classic. Designed as a slim journal that slips comfortably into your purse, messenger bag or backpack, our Little Black Book also cradles your phone in a protective, hand- crafted wood frame. The comfortable feel of black leather binding, wrap around strap and classic red bookmark combine to dress your iPhone in vintage style.

The Little Black Book can be purchased for $39.99 and ships in 10-14 days.














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Apple Patent Details an iMac Touch, MacBook Touch!




Patently Apple has found a European patent filing which details an iMac Touch that can transition from Mac OS X to iOS.

Apple's method of transitioning from OS X to iOS is clearly outlined for both the iMac and MacBook – and it's a grand slam home run. Imagine having an iMac on your desktop one minute and a gigantic iPad the next. Imagine playing iGames on this dream machine - Wow! Imagine reading a double-page book on this - Unbelievable! Apple takes the mystery out of how OS X could finally co-exist with iOS on a Mac and you've got to see this one to believe it.

Apple notes that "while touch-based input is well suited to many applications, conventional styles of input, such as a mouse/keyboard input may be preferred in other applications."

To make the transition from OS X to touch-based iOS you will change the orientation of the iMac's display to make touch more natural. Hinges on the iMac stand will allow you to pull the screen closer and tilt it back so that it lays more flat. The change will be detected by touch sensors on the frame followed by a shift in orientation.

You'll be able to control the threshold which determines when the iMac transitions to iOS. For example, set the threshold angle to 60 degrees to call up iOS or at 90 degrees or higher to recall OS X.

Also included in the patent is a description of a MacBook Touch which would turn into a tablet. "The display could also be oriented for touch input. For example, the display 1130 may be rotated and laid flat against the keyboard 1134, with the backside of the display facing down against the keyboard so that the display screen is facing up, in an orientation for touch input."











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