Apple WWDC 2011

Apple looks forward to an overcast future – with iCloud

Well, it looks like Apple have been busy. They have just announced a whole raft of features and enhancements at their annual developer’s conference in San Francisco.
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iPhone/iPad game release

Tax your brain-cells with this newly-released game, Memneon!

Today marks the release of an exciting new game for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Memneon is a challenging brain-teasing memory game, developed by Nfonix for Steve Turnbull of Alchemista.

Featuring stunning high resolution neon-style graphics, the game has been developed as a Universal app, providing native support for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, making use of the full screen size and resolution of each device.

Combining challenging gameplay with engaging visuals, sound effects and competitive scoring via Game Center, Memneon has already received some excellent reviews, even earning a mention by Stephen Fry on Twitter!

Take a look at our Memneon page for more information, or download the app from the App Store.

Into Dubstep? Get this app…

Dubstep on your iPhone!

Dubstep is everywhere… it’s one of the fastest growing music genres out there, and now you can get your daily fix on your iPhone or iPod Touch for free!
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Character Map for Mac

Do you miss Character Map from Windows?

I used to. Then I discovered there is an equivalent tool for Mac OS.
Very simple to use, but not the most obvious thing in the world.
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Stealth TrackPad

Silent Running – on your TrackPad!

I use a MacBook Pro at work. The TrackPad on the MBP is great when you are out and about, but on the desktop, my laptop is elevated and I use an external keyboard, so it doesn’t really work for me. I tried the Mighty Mouse and the Magic Mouse, but couldn’t quite get to grips with them (pardon the pun!). I think the issue I had with the mice was that I was used to two button mice, so if you want to right click you just click the right button, but with the touch sensitive Apple mice, you have to lift your other fingers so that it can tell which finger has clicked where.
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BEVA Congress app

Good news for BEVA Congress 2010 delegates!

We are pleased to announce that our latest app is now available from the App Store.

Developed for the British Equine Veterinary Association, in conjunction with partners Systems Support of Cambridge, delegates at this year’s annual BEVA Congress will be able to plan their schedule and make the most of their time thanks to this handy app, available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users.
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Trouble with the Mac keyboard?

Having trouble adjusting to the Mac keyboard layout?

As a software developer used to Windows machines, one thing I’ve found very frustrating since I started using Macs, is that the UK keyboard layout is different from the standard Windows keyboard. In fact, it seems to me that it is exactly the same as the US keyboard layout with a pound sign added to the 3 key.
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Extreme Programming

Extreme Programming – concept to release in less than a week!

No, I’m not talking about the development methodology. I’m talking about the creation of an iPhone app, from concept, through design and implementation, including creating back-end services and localisation into 5 different languages, inside of a week. Now that’s what I call extreme programming! 16+ hour days and the consumption of many cups of tea.
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World cup app out now!

The funnest way to support your team during the World Cup!

Goal! Live 2010 for iPhone or iPod Touch

Want a really simple and fun way to support your national team during the World Cup in 2010? Get results as they happen (delivered within seconds directly to your iPhone or iPod Touch!), enjoy the fun sound effects when your team scores, and follow your country to victory!
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iPhoneography review

InShot app receives full marks on iPhoneography blog!

InShot, our face-detection self-portrait photo app, has just been reviewed on the excellent iPhoneography blog, run by Glyn Evans.

Here’s a small excerpt of the review:

This is a really good self-portrait app which has found a permanent place on my iPhone, worked 99% of the time for me, and as such gets 5 stars from me.

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