Posts Tagged Navigation

Ever wonder where the heck something is? Sure there’s Google Maps but it’s not always the easiest way of searching for something. As Jeff pointed out a while back in his review, Where To? does exactly that. It was good back then and now it’s had a huge update making it all the better.

In the latest update, FutureTap has added a plethora of useful features. Perhaps most useful of all is the ability to view business hours for each destination. It’s easy to turn up at a store too late without realizing, or visit the cinema before it’s opened – something like Where To? sets out to eradicate that problem. Throughout the experience, a compass style directional arrow points the user in the right direction and links up with Google Earth. This means that users who have never seen their destination will have a great idea of what they’re looking for with an actual view of the area. In the U.S and Canada, turn by turn navigational app MotionX GPS (purchased separately) drive can also come in handy here with the Where To? app linking up with it to provide accurate directions within the app. Previously, there was already connectivity with Navigon MobileNavigator and TomTom.

There’s even now improved functionality for the visually impaired, courtesy of VoiceOver support, providing directions and distances continuously announced to help any such users.

Where To? was already a great app with over 2,400 brands searchable via the app and the Augmented Reality tools superimposing search results onto the live camera video, but this update looks set to have made it even more vital for those in need of some help travelling.

Where To? is available now for all iOS devices. It’s priced at $2.99 with an in-app purchase of $0.99 adding Augmented Reality features.

$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-06-23 :: Category: Navigation

There’s a new competitor for the navigation app throne and its name is Don’t Panic. Admittedly this is a new competitor for the UK crowd as it only currently works in the UK but it could be well worth a look for those from these fair shores.

Don’t Panic promises to be precise in its turn by turn instructions as well as speedy with some impressive promises of being up to 100 times faster than its competitors. An intuitive search feature is easily and instantly accessible from any point within the app and the ability to find destinations via partial addresses and points of interests is possible along with other typical navigational features.

A constant internet connection isn’t even needed as the maps are available offline presumably aiding the speed issue hugely with promises of no stuttering or image lag.

For the asking price, Don’t Panic offers unlimited free updates for the app with iPhone users exclusively getting unlimited free updates on the maps that come with the app itself.

Don’t Panic is available now for UK users and priced at £19.99.

Ideal for electric car owners based in the US is Recargo, an app that offers users the ability to find electric vehicle charging stations nearby them.

Besides using a simple Google Maps-esque interface to help users find the nearest charging points, there’s also the ability to plan trips according to these stations. It’s a particularly useful feature considering electric charging stations aren’t as widespread as regular filling stations, ensuring that users need never worry about running out of power.

Community features also exist within the app with the ability to view the latest news from plugincars.com as well as share photos through the app. There’s even a Foursquare style checkin feature which could potentially be very useful for electric car owners to get to know other ecologically minded people.

It looks like electric vehicles could well be the future and apps like Recargo are certainly setting out to help this trend develop.

It’s out now and it’s a free app compatible with all iOS devices.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-12-02 :: Category: Navigation

Maybe I still haven’t fully accepted technology for just how wonderful it really is, but it still impresses me hugely when my iPhone can tell me exactly how to get from one place to another within seconds. Presumably, there’s a future ahead of us where no one can ever get lost, all thanks to wonderful GPS and Google Maps. This future should clearly include Maps+, a new app from IZE Ltd which aims to build upon the uses that the built in app Maps already offers.

Maps+ brings with it the lofty promise of ensuring that its users will never be lost. A tap of a button ensures that users can pinpoint their location on the map with another tap enabling a compass feature that then rotates the map to match the direction that the user is currently facing.

Users can easily search for an address using the search function and even co-ordinates can be searched if the full address isn’t known. Route directions are simple to acquire then with car, bike (in the US) and pedestrian paths being available to consult. There’s also the added benefit of being able to set midway stopping points if the user wishes to stop at certain other locations on the way.

If the user is waiting to reach their destination via public transport, they can even set up an alarm that’s dependent on location so they need never miss their stop on the train for example.

Particularly useful to fitness addicts, there’s also a feature to record the route taken via GPS so that users can keep track of the path they’ve taken.

Simple social networking features are also available whereby users can view their friends’ tweets and the location in which they were tweeted.

Maps+ offers a lot in its quest to be more feature rich than the bundled app of a similar name. It’s certainly worth a look for those after a bit more to the free GPS navigation apps currently available.

Maps+ is available now and is compatible with all iOS devices. It’s a free app to download but there are some limitations that are bypassed with a $2.99 in-app purchase.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2011-05-19 :: Category: Navigation

Ever wonder why it’s so hard to find a good parking spot downtown? Perhaps ninjas are stealing all the good spots at the local garages. Well, if you’re in San Diego, you too can be a parking ninja, thanks to an app called, appropriately enough, Parking Ninja.

Designed to help San Diego residents find parking garages near them while out and about in the beautiful city. It shows you nearby parking garages, as well as their prices and phone numbers. This app may come in handy especially for visitors to San Diego Comic-Con who rent cars to drive into the city, so they can see where they can park as close to the convention center as possible.

While Parking Ninja is only available for San Diego right now, this could be a useful app if it expanded out to other major cities, after all, ninjas don’t just live in San Diego.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-02-17 :: Category: Navigation

WHERE, recently updated to 4.1, is a geolocation app designed to help users find places to go to based on their current location, with the ability to list your favorite places. The 4.1 update adds in new features designed to bolster the social aspect of the app. You can now Bump phones with other users of WHERE to get shared recommendations for places to go with them, called ‘Perfect Places’. As well, there’s now expanded Facebook support, with the ability to find WHERE users among your Facebook friends, and to check in with Facebook Places using WHERE. As well, you can share your WHERE Lists with your WHERE friends and search within those lists and your friends lists as well. WHERE is currently available from the App Store for free, and promises unique content for attendees of SXSW in Austin, TX this March 11th-20th.

Seriously, if it’s free and will help you be much cooler than you already are, how can you go wrong? For all you fun seekers and SXSW attenders, this one is a no brainer.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2008-07-11 :: Category: Navigation

NAVV USA Review

NAVV USA Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
NAVV USA gets the job done, but the clunky UI and the bizarre use of a non-standard keyboard baffle me.

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Regions Maps Your Tasks

Everyone knows that in order to organize their lives, sometimes lists are a necessary evil, just to help maintain the sanity.  Further helping to cut through the mental fog, timed schedule reminders will can once again aid in burning through the mental clutter.  But what if there was another way to keep your head straight that didn’t necessitate a specific time frame or list?  While it may not seem completely apparent, geographical location can play a big role in choosing what tasks you choose to tackle on a daily basis.

Seeing this niche, and taking the phrase, “If you’re ever in the neighborhood…” to heart, Hillcrest Lab has created an app that keys on the innate need to make life as efficient as possible.  Regions is your one stop app for reminders based on your location. It is so simple to use, they can describe it in no time flat:

Regions is a simple iPhone app that reminds you to do things based on where you are. It won’t kill your battery either. It does one thing and does it well. Regions provides just enough functionality to get the job done and avoids getting in your way.

So how simple is the software to use?  All you need to do is place a pin on the map, set a notification reminder and warning radius, and the tool does the rest.

It is always awesome when functionality meets a need that we never even knew we had.  That said, I can’t even count the number of times that I have driven past a store and though that I would take care of something next time I passed through, only to kick myself later when it slipped my mind.

Those days are a thing of the past, as Regions hopes to revolutionize the travels of a multitasking mind.  For under two bucks, it is bound to make an instant impact.

$0.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-10-03 :: Category: Productivity

My wife and I decided to eschew family Christmas traditions and make our own this year by visiting Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando. The experience itself was wonderful, in spite of surprisingly large crowds when we visited on Christmas Eve (no fault to Disney there, but even THEY seemed overwhelmed by the numbers that visited the park). But what amazed me the most about our trip is how essential our iPhones have become to every aspect of our travel. From navigation to photography to even Disney park preparation, our iPhone 4(s) had us covered every step of the way.

Our single-purpose GPS is way out of date (I’m the cheapskate and can just never bring myself to pay for map upgrades) so we decided to try out MotionX GPS Drive on this trip and the results could not have been better. MotionX GPS Drive has recently received a much-requested upgrade adding full-voice support for street names, so this new feature was added just in time for our trip. Mind you, neither the app nor the full-voice is perfect. “Exit 83-A” was commonly referred to as “Exit 83uh” and other street names were mangled from time to time, but as a whole the new voice functions worked well. And then there was the time when we needed to travel to the Animal Kingdom Lodge for dinner at African restaurant Boma. When I selected “Boma’s at Animal Kingdom Lodge” from the app, it began navigating us, but our destination ended up at the main gate of some Orlando resident’s palatial estate. A little fine-tuning was needed, but the app finally got us where we needed to go. MotionX GPS Drive is also a steal from a financial perspective – $0.99 for the app with guided navigation for $2.99 for 30 days. MotionX wisely does not auto-renew, so you only need to pay the navigation fee when you really need it, which is a very nice touch.

$0.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-09-25 :: Category: Navigation

Once in the park, we had two go-to apps – Undercover Tourist and Hipstamatic. If you’re unfamiliar with Undercover Tourist, it’s an app designed to give you information about anticipated crowds at the various Disney parks and queue wait times at rides within the parks. Unfortunately, Undercover Tourist pushed an update right before our trip and it broke the app on my iPhone 4. I was hopeful when I saw a new update released, but mine still crashes. My wife, ever reluctant to update apps, still had an older version on her phone, so we were able to use it. The crowd forecast for December 24th (color coded: red for heavy, yellow for moderate and green for light) showed green so we thought we had it made. Like I said earlier, the crowds seemed to surprise even Disney, so I can’t really blame Undercover Tourist for a mistake in its data. The good news is that the queue estimates were generally accurate and helped us, particularly early on, decide where to go and what to do. And since the app is free (there is a paid ad-free version) there isn’t much I can complain about.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-08-08 :: Category: Travel

Finally, what would a trip to the Magic Kingdom be without lots and lots of pictures? Sure, the iPhone 4 has a much-improved camera, but I’m a sucker for the retro surprises generated by Apple’s iPhone App of the Year Hipstamatic. I suppose it’s because my first trip to the Magic Kingdom happened only a year or so after the park opened, but I love the washed-out, 1970s style prints that Hipstamatic generates on the fly. Changing virtual lenses and films was a great way to while away the time spent in long, long lines (the Haunted Mansion line was longer than I have ever experienced), and the photos the app took are some of my favorites from this trip. There’s a reason Apple selected Hipstamatic, and it’s primarily because of its easy of use, versatility and overall fun-factor.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2009-12-10 :: Category: Photography

So, we’re back home now, but there’s no mistaking that the iPhone 4 changed our Disney experience for the better. For one thing, it was the first time we didn’t have to lug around a heavy, cumbersome camera throughout the park; but beyond that, it made the day more pleasant, more organized and a lot more fun to remember.

TomTom Update Brings Map Share

Navigation has just got a bit easier as TomTom has announced that it has released version 1.6 of its GPS app. The new update brings Map Share technology to your iPhone, which allows users to easily alter and update their own personal maps, as well as instantly download new maps with updated information approved by TomTom.

“We are pleased to bring TomTom’s exclusive Map Share technology already enjoyed by millions of TomTom GPS users everyday to our iPhone App,” said Tom Murray, senior vice president of market development for TomTom Inc. “With the addition of Map Share, TomTom App users will get free, verified updates via Map Share anytime on top of the most accurate map available on-board.”

The basic idea behind Map Share is that it allows users to instantly know about any changes in road conditions in between major map updates. So if a road is closed off or the lane structure changes, users with Map Share can download the information immediately, instead of continuing to rely on outdated maps until the next major map upgrade arrives. The hope is that access to this technology will lead to fewer lost and confused drivers who are forced to rely on inaccurate information when they’re out and about. The app will update automatically every week, or can also be manually updated on-demand by owners.

It’s particularly nice that the update is landing right now, as this marks a week when a lot of folks will be on the roads and, given the volatile nature of the weather this time of year, constantly in need of the most recent route information. Hopefully this new TomTom update will allow users to see road closures or other issues in advance and work their way around any potential problems.

TomTom also offers traffic updates separately, as an in-app purchase. Put the pieces all together and you can definitely go forth confident in the knowledge that you have all the travel info you could ever need right at your fingertips. Hooray for removing a little bit of the stress from holiday travel!

$24.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-12-11 :: Category: Navigation

Navigon, the company behind the extremely useful MobileNavigator app, has announced that they will be releasing a series of free, single-purpose apps in 2011. The first up is help2park, which is available right now.

Help2park does exactly what its name implies, specifically it allows users to find all available parking lots and structures within a preset radius. Users first set the radius in which they’d like to search and with a simple tap help2park will track down and display every potential parking place within that radius. Results can be displayed in either list or map form, so you can find your place either by looking for the specific address or checking your current location against the map. Those who also have MobileNavigator installed can set the GPS to take them directly to the parking location of their choice, circumventing any potential navigation issues.

Of course what the app can’t do is tell you if any spots are available in the lot you’ve chosen, so it might be a bit more useful for day-to-day errands and shopping than trying to find a spot at a major sporting event or concert. Yes, the stadium does indeed have several parking lots, but unless you’re there early they’re likely all full, so you’ll have to keep looking. The app might also be helpful for those who are traveling in a new city and don’t really know where to park their car in a strange metropolis. As someone who lives near Washington, DC I can tell you that this app will be a godsend next time I try and drive downtown. The city’s already confusing enough as it is, but when you factor in trying to find a parking space it becomes a downright nightmare.

We’re looking forward to seeing what other apps Navigon comes up with over the next several months to make our travels a bit easier. If help2park is any indication then we’re in for some real treats.

FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-12-16 :: Category: Navigation

In what is quickly becoming an annual tradition here at 148Apps, we have scoured the web to bring you all the latest and greatest info on Black Friday app sales that are going to be popping up starting this week. Here’s the list of our favorite deals and discounts we have seen so far, and we’ll keep updating this post with new info as it becomes available. Hide your wallet, because here comes a whole lot of digital goodness at ridiculously low prices.

We’ve split the list up into Games, Apps, and Navigation apps. There’s lots of money to be saved here and we’ll be adding to it throughout the weekend. We can’t put every single sale app on the list. If you want to see every single app as it goes on sale, head on over to our App Price Drops page. There’s a filterable list there that you can see the hundreds of apps that go on sale every day. You can even search just for the app that are now free.

Update 11/23, 1:30pm – Believe it or not we already have an update. Lots of titles from EA and Gameloft added. Also Quickoffice apps and a few others.
Update 11/23, 5:30pm – Lots more added. They just keep coming!
Update 11/23, 10:00pm – Found a few more to add, including a few new apps.
Update 11/24, 8:00am – Added many more games, TomTom apps, and more.
Update 11/24, 5:30pm – Added even more. Will it ever stop? 224 Total now!
Update 11/25, 8:00am – Happy Thanksgiving! Up to 270+ now. Added Activision, more EA, and a bunch of great indie games. Also Sketchbook Pro (for $0.99) and more to the apps list way down below the games.
Update 11/25, 10:00am – Bird is in the oven, what to do now? Update the Black Friday sale app list! 25 more added bringing us to nearly 300!
Update 11/26, 8:00am – Oh my. Turkey coma really took a hold of me last night. Gravy hangover in full effect but we still added 80+ new sale items bringing the total up to 389! And remember, leftover pumpkin pie is the true breakfast of champions.
Update 11/26, 10:00am – added a couple more and due to some issues reported, we’ve split up the post into multiple pages. Not something we like to do, but it’s getting really long and overloading some browsers.
Update 11/27, 12:00pm – prices are still in flux. I’ve added a few new, noteworthy sales to the top. While many of the following are still available, more and more are going back up in price all the time. I’ve removed a few that have expired. Make sure you double check the price in iTunes before you purchase the app.
Update 11/29, 9:00am – Black Friday has now morphed in to a whole weekend and the following Monday. While lots of apps on our list below have gone back up in price, a few more have been added to the top of our list. Including the lowest price we’ve seen for GTA: Chinatown Wars and TomTom USA.

On Sale Now-Nov 29
Sale: $34.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-12-11 :: Category: Navigation

On Sale Now-Nov 29
Sale: $4.99
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-01-18 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29
Sale: $4.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-09-09 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $3.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-04-30 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $2.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-09-16 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $0.99
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-06-03 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $0.99
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2009-03-27 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $0.99
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2009-11-18 :: Category: Games

The Deep - price returned to $3.99, was on sale for $0.99

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $0.99
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-02-09 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-04-16 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $FREE
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-06-08 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $FREE
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2010-06-14 :: Category: Games

Cave Run - price returned to $2.99, was on sale for $0.99

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: $2.99
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-09-09 :: Category: Games

On Sale Now-Nov 29-?
Sale: FREE!
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-04-16 :: Category: Productivity

On Sale Now-Nov 27-?
Sale: FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-02-26 :: Category: Games

Stand O'Food® HD (Full) - price returned to $4.99, was on sale for $0.99

On Sale Now-Nov 27-?
Sale: FREE!
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, works on iPad
Released: 2010-08-04 :: Category: Games

Motion X GPS Drive Review

Motion X GPS Drive Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
MotionX GPS Drive does everything that you would want a GPS app to do, only at a fraction of the competition's prices.

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TomTom today released version 1.4 of their iPhone application. This version adds the ability to continue to get spoken turn-by-turn navigation instructions while having other applications on your screen.

In addition to the iOS4 compatibility updates, TomTom have added a slew of other new features. This update also allows you to continue to talk on a phone call while using the TomTom application. A likely usage scenario when you are driving in the car, getting directions to a location from TomTom, and talking to someone on your iPhone. In addition, the maps in the application have been updated and include over 1 million miles of roads in the US that competitors don’t have.

Grab the update now or download TomTom USA now.

With the launch of iOS4 (the new name for the iPhone’s latest operating system), Navigon is promoting how its GPS software will make use of the iPhone’s new multitasking features that allow apps to run in the background.

The video below sees Navigon’s head of iNavigation (great job title!), Bernd Hahn, showing how the MobileNavigator app doesn’t need to be quit when receiving a call or using other iPhone features and apps.

Navigon’s offering is one of many apps that will be making use of the new multitasking feature in iOS4 that is set to include music apps like Pandora among others.

$59.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2009-07-22 :: Category: Navigation

AroundMe Review

AroundMe Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
AroundMe is a valuable, free “location aware” business/services directory/finder. Accurate and reliable, it’s simple and easy to use and provides users with all the information they need when seeking/finding businesses or services in any area.

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Waze Review

Waze Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Waze is a free, social, mobile crowd-source navigation and real-time traffic application for iPhone that gives its users a "real-time," live description of the road/driving conditions around them. It's a free, useful, fun application everyone should download and experience!

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Magellan’s Premium GPS Car Kit ~ Wish it was Cheaper

Will this help iPhones replace GPS units?

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cradle_mainpageDual Electronics has updated their site promising that the XGPS300 Navigation Cradle for the iPod Touch, originally expected in November ’09, will be shipping later this February. The cradle offers GPS support for all models of the iPod Touch and comes bundled with a Windshield Mount kit and the NavAtlas App all for the price of $179.99. While some critics have taken aim at the price point claiming it to be too steep for a consumer who might as well buy a dedicated standalone GPS unit, there are some features of this that might make the expense a little easier to swallow.

Adding significant value to the deal is the battery pack portion of the cradle which can be switched on and off as necessary. Whether it be to keep the GPS from draining all of the touch’s power or simply as a power boost to keep the it kicking, the XGPS300 is capable of doubling its battery life. Battery pack cases alone usually cost between $60-$100, not to mention that this also means you’re not tethered to your car. Unlike many other standalone GPS units, which get all of their power from the cigarette lighter, this one can be taken hiking, biking, swimming…well maybe not swimming, but you get the idea.

Continue reading GPS for an iPod Touch, Coming in February »

CoPilot Live North America

CoPilot Live North America

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
CoPilot Live North America was, to me, an unknown GPS app. Perhaps that's why I was so pleasantly surprised. I think I found a new favorite GPS App.

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Sygic Mobile Maps US

Sygic Mobile Maps US

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
While I can't say that Sygic is the best GPS app available for the iPhone, it does have promise. It's just not ready to hit the road yet.

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iGo My Way 2009 – North America

iGo My Way 2009 – North America

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
iGo My Way 2009 is yet another contender in the search for the best on-device GPS application for the iPhone. Features a very non-iPhone interface that while lacking in extra features is quick and has a solid base. It's just not iPhone ready yet.

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TomTom US & Canada

TomTom US & Canada

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
TomTom first announced their GPS app at the 2009 WWDC in June. Hotly anticipated, it's finally here. But, it came in at the most expensive option available. $100 seems to be a lot for an app these days. Is it worth it?

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MobileNavigator North America

MobileNavigator North America

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Navigon is considered by many to be the current king of on-device GPS applications for the iPhone. While it's not without it's faults, it turns out to be a really good GPS app.

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MeetMe.

MeetMe.

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
"Hey, let's meet up and grab some food." "Where at?" "Delux?" "Not again! Let's let MeetMe decide... I'll have directions sent to you in no time." Yes friends, apps are completely taking over our decision making processes.

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G-Map U.S. West

G-Map U.S. West

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
While on a trip to South by Southwest, I had the chance to use G-Map extensively for the first time. It was a great overall experience that was tempered by a few shortcomings. Thankfully, XRoad has recently updated their application and alleviated several of my complaints.

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Inspector Gadget

Inspector Gadget

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
This is a platform game of the popular tv show Inspector Gadget. Graphics and sound remain true to the series and are really well executed. The game play however, makes this a real disappointment to loyal fans .

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Presentor

Presentor

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Although this is billed as a great way to showcase URLs (websites, blogs...) to a client, the application is much more than that. Essentially, it's giving you back precious application space on your device!

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Routesy San Francisco

Routesy San Francisco

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Routesy is a San Francisco MUNI bus, cable car, and streetcar schedule database app combined with nearest stop estimation by way of Location Services and arrival time predictions from nextbus.com.

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