Basil Salad Software introduces Go Edit 1.0 for iOS, their new note taking solution for blog authors. Go Edit enables anyone to type notes in markdown mode or WYSIWYG HTML mode and easily switch between the two. The app also allows the user to embed images to documents and invoke other applications to edit these images. All notes are saved an open Textbundle file format and synchronized via iCloud, so they are editable via just about any other text editing applications. Go Edit is $4.99 and can be downloaded from iTunes.
Fanatic Software announces update for the award-winning application, Pocket Informant providing a major refresh of its user-interface along with a redesigned pricing structure. We've provided the customer with the power to choose only the features they need right now and optionally add more later as they grow with product. Users can now use the calendar for free, purchase individual "feature packs", or use all premium features for free when subscribing to Informant Sync. Pocket Informant is Free and can be downloaded from iTunes.
XVIDA is proud to announce its new Kickstarter campaign, with a magnetic wireless charging system for iPhone and Qi enabled smartphones, designed for car, home and office. The XVIDA Mounting System with Qi Wireless Charging includes an ultra-slim iPhone case with built-in wireless charging and a StickyPad, a universal magnetic adaptor for Qi-enabled phones. XVIDA wireless chargers will be equipped with a next generation chip and specially designed electronics.
EnsenaSoft introduces Mahjong Deluxe 3, the latest installment in their blockbuster series of Mahjong games for Mac OS X. Suitable to players of all ages and experience levels, Mahjong Deluxe 3 offers a modern rendition of the popular Chinese classic. This game includes 8 different worlds containing a total of 640 exciting puzzle layouts to enjoy in classic 2D and glorious 3D. An exciting scoring system, great sound effects and relaxing music adds to the fun. Mahjong Deluxe 3 is $4.99 and can be downloaded from Mac App Store.
Smile releases PDFpen 8, the latest version of its all-purpose PDF editing tool for OS X. PDFpen 8 features support for digital signatures, file attachments and in version 8, portfolio creation. Users can play and record audio annotations as well as export PDFs to Microsoft Word and Excel formats much faster and with no need for Internet access. The new measurement tool can be used to measure distances using the scale included in architectural documents. PDFpen is $74.95 and can be downloaded from their website.
A team of Harvard Business School students introduce Wittify 1.0, a new app utility for iOS devices. The Wittify keyboard and application equips smartphone users with a supply of meaningful quotes and phrases, readily accessible in a keyboard. Wittify helps users return to the roots of communication, words, when they are the best way to convey meaning. The app features carefully selected quotes and phrases categorized by topic and use-case. Wittify is Free and can be downloaded from iTunes.
Agile Tortoise is proud to announce a new series of screencasts to help users get more out of their app Drafts. Drafts is a quick capture note taking focused on making it easy to quickly jot down notes and ideas, and send them almost anywhere with powerful, customizable actions. Hosted by David Sparks (aka MacSparky of the Mac Power Users podcast), this screencasts series aims to help Drafts users unlock the power of the app to be more productive on their iPhone, iPads - and even Apple Watch. Drafts is $6.99 and can be downloaded from iTunes.
Konstantin Novik announces Cipher Fall 1.1, an important update to his math puzzle game for iOS devices. Numerical puzzles are very popular today. Test and improve your math skills and share your success with friends. Tap symbols on the screen to make basic arithmetic calculations to achieve the target value. Less taps you make, higher score you get. Be fast and concentrated! Version 1.1 brings minor gameplay improvements, and a fix for a high scores issue. Cipher Fall is $0.99 and can be downloaded from iTunes.
Quentin Reiser introduces Pool Test Strip Scanner 1.0, his innovative new app utility for iOS devices. Pool Strip Test Scanner works with HTH and AquaChek color-coded strips that are widely available from major retailers. Pool owners simply align their strip, press a button, and the app's innovative machine vision technology delivers instant value/range results for five key chemical levels: Total Hardness, Free Chlorine, pH, Total Alkalinity, and Cyanuric Acid. Pool Test Strip Scanner is $1.99 and can be downloaded from iTunes.
Chris Li releases Maxel 2.0.2, the important update to his download accelerator for OS X. Maxel accelerates file downloads by using up to 100 simultaneous connections. A true native Mac app, Maxel offers users a complete downloading solution, with drag-and-drop downloading, a built-in browser, and browser extensions for use with popular Mac web browsers. Version 2.0.2 fixes a crash that occurred when the scheduler reloaded a file that was filtered out of the current view. Maxel is $7.99 and can be downloaded from Mac App Store.