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Klieg – One of The Top Rated Apps by Alpha Digits for February!

Monday, March 4th, 2013


Klieg is one of the top-rated apps by Alpha Digits for February 2013! Check out this prMac release. Thank you Alpha Digits!


Klieg is a “photo-motion” iPhone app that allows users to create videos from photos taken with the app & photos imported from the Photos library. Users can choose from available free and paid filters for their video. Videos from Klieg can be shared via Facebook, Twitter, E-mail and Klieg is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo and Video category.

Numlock in Entrepreneur Magazine

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Numlock Solutions is mentioned in the June 2012 issue of Entrepreneur magazine. The article outlines how homegrown tech companies such as Numlock have built a sustainable business by creating custom mobile apps for enterprises.

“Another Filipino IT company, Numlock Solutions, has unlocked the opportunities in app development. At first, Ramon Pastor engaged in mobile development as a supporting service to differentiate his company from the competition. He was also self-taught and specifically learned about the Apple platform. In 2009, with the help of his wife Glenda and business partner Mai Ladanga, Pastor’s Numlock Solutions came out with its first iPhone app, WalletWhiz. Note-taking application MindMash and traffic app StreetSmart soon followed, and web development was promptly shown the door.”

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MindMash in The Vancouver Observer

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

MindMash was mentioned in the Megabytes column of Terry Lavender in The Vancouver Observer last August! Tagged as a Creativity app, Terry writes,

Even if your creativity is more of the button-down type, your iPad is still your friend. There are brainstorming, mindmapping and collaboration apps galore available. Mindmash and Jot! both allow you to combine text, photos and sketches and both are free. Poplet ($6.99) costs more but gives you more options. Mindmapping apps include Mindmeister ($7.99) and Mind Node ($5.99). Even venerable Adobe has released an app, Adobe Ideas (free), that lets you overlay text and drawings on images from your photo library.

Check out the rest of the article here.

30 Personal Finance Apps for the iPhone

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

WalletWhiz is among the 30 personal finance apps for the iPhone recommended by Appstorm! What’s more is that WalletWhiz is one of only 3 apps on the list with an average customer rating of 4/5 (the highest!). Isn’t that awesome?

From Appstorm:

Gone are the days of grabbing your checkbook and a calculator every night to make sure everything balances. Whether you’re looking for a completely automated solution, or a more hands on approach, your iPhone is the perfect device to keep track of all your finances on the go.

No matter what income bracket you fall into, you should try a few of the apps below to help track your income and expenses and keep you on budget.

Thank you again, Appstorm! And thank you WalletWhiz users for making us one of the highest rated personal finance apps in the App Store!

100 Incredibly Useful & Free iPad Apps

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Check out this list of 100 incredibly useful and free iPad Apps from Appstorm. MindMash is included among the top Productivity Apps. According to Appstorm, “The one hundred free apps above represent our picks for the best available in the App Store.” Thank you Appstorm!

Enjoy the list.