There’s some new developments going on here at ACME. A few new apps, some clients apps and a possible “happening” with e design.
Tar Heel fans, the latest version of “Tar Hoops” (v3.2) has fixed the issue with the news feed only showing 2009 articles.
Download the update today!
Wolfpack fans! “Pack Hoops” is now available on the App Store!
Get the latest news, game results and full schedule right on your iPhone!
TEDxRaleigh is live in the App Store! Get your copy today!
If you’re attending the TEDxRaleigh event, be sure to download the TEDxRaleigh app!
The curator for TEDxRaleigh (Matt Murray) contacted me at the end of September to build an app and get it out in time for the event (Oct 15). Taking quick action, I put together the TEDxRaleigh app and had it submitted to Apple by October 3rd.
It’s waiting for approval in the App Store now. I’ll post another update when it’s available for download!
Run, don’t walk, to the App Store and get ‘SPARKcon‘. Be sure to scan the QR Codes that will be posted at various venues and also use the check-in functions for TriOut and Foursquare!
Please note: you must be running iOS 4 (or greater) to use SPARKcon.
If you’re attending SPARKcon 2010 this year, be sure to download the SPARKcon app! It’s under development right now and will be available in early September.
I know it’s been a while for news about Atlas; fear not, the app is still being released. SPARKcon is on the front-burner right now (in fact, you might see some pieces of Atlas in the SPARKcon app)
Howdy folks! I’ve been hard at work with a new iPhone creation. If you’re a using of location-based apps, you’ll definitely be interested.
It’s called ‘Atlas’ and it’s a universal check-in app for the iPhone. With Atlas, you can check in to multiple location-based services (FourSquare, BrightKite, TriOut) all in the same app.
You’ll also be to save the same location (ie, Starbucks) under different location services as a “favorite”. In essence, it’s a meta-checkin favorite.
Coming soon to the App Store!
Creating iPhone, iPad and web apps with a focus on simplicity and crafting excellent user interfaces.