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MindMash, As Seen on TV!

Sunday, April 14th, 2013


We happily discovered that MindMash had been featured in CTV News’ App Central, alongside Essential Anatomy and Mailbox. A few days later, Michael Bancroft once again featured MindMash as one of his top picks in Apps of the World. The same video made it to Canada’s The Loop. The interest over there from our friends at Canada is humbling. Thank you and we hope to deliver more fun brainstorming and note-taking features on MindMash soon.


MindMash is a brainstorming and note-taking iPad app. It’s a canvas for your ideas and it’s free on the App Store.

Update to MindMash Available Now

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

MindMash for iPad

An update for MindMash (v1.3.2) is now available on the App Store. This maintenance release includes the following fixes:

  • Disables drawing mode if drawing mode is enabled when device rotates
  • Fixes location of activity indicator in landscape mode
  • Saves previously selected shape in drawing mode

MindMash is a brainstorming / note-taking app for the iPad. It’s available worldwide for free, exclusively on the App Store.

Updates to MindMash & Klieg

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Apple approved updates for our most popular apps last February 13. The latest version of MindMash (v1.3.1) includes the following:

  • Tested on iOS 6.1
  • Shows feedback when loading sheets with a lot of bits
  • Improved reliability of bit deletion
  • Uses stricter criteria for determining invalid drawing bits
  • Prevents saving if text view is empty

The latest version of Klieg (v1.3.1) includes the following:

  • Tested on iOS 6.1
  • Improves reliability of saving images in burst mode
  • Adds integrity check for photos during video conversion
  • Addresses potential crash when creating new video

MindMash 1.2.9 Available Now

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

MindMash 1.2.9 is available on the App Store now. This update disables the split view swipe gesture to prevent problems with drawing. Enjoy!

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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