Posts Tagged ‘app store’

Tripid for iPhone

Sunday, October 6th, 2013

Tripid for iPhone is now available on the App Store. Developed by Rogomi, Inc. (formerly Numlock Solutions Co.) for Tripid.ph, Tripid is a ride-sharing app that connects drivers and passengers headed the same way. It’s an open carpooling system for iOS that lets car owners rent out transportation real estate (empty car seats) to passengers who share a common schedule and destination, and vice versa.

Tripid for iOS

Would like to try it out? Download Tripid now, for free, from the App Store.

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Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

Garden Towers App for Ayala Land

Friday, July 26th, 2013

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Another Ayala Land Premier iOS universal app has just been released on the App Store. Developed by Numlock Solutions Co., in partnership with branding consultant Pobox Studios, Ltd., the Ayala Garden Towers app lets users explore this Ayala Land project’s various units, facilities, amenities and development plans through their iPhone or iPad devices. Users may share information on Ayala Garden Towers through Facebook, Twitter or E-mail.

Ayala Garden Towers is an Ayala Land, Inc. project under the Ayala Land Premier brand. Located on East Street, Ayala Center, Garden Towers is a two-tower residential development aiming to provide luxurious condo living amidst the grandness of nature. It’s the first residential condominium of Ayala Land to provide sunrooms and skygardens for its units.

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Download the Ayala Garden Towers app for free from the App Store.
The app is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. It requires iOS 5.1 or later and is optimized for iPhone 5.

MindMash, As Seen on TV!

Sunday, April 14th, 2013

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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.

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

No UI UI: Klieg & Experiments with Invisibility

Monday, November 5th, 2012

This post originally appeared in our Managing Partner’s personal tech blog, techadok.wordpress.com. Klieg is Numlock’s newest app and is available for download on the App Store.

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No, I wasn’t bathed in cosmic rays nor have I acquired a cloak that allows me to hide from Death itself. Rather, the latest app I developed for Numlock, Klieg, has an “invisible” user interface. Basically, Klieg allows you to take photos & create a video from these photos. You can also choose among several filters to apply to the video, and share this video on Facebook, Twitter, E-mail or the Photos app.

To demonstrate this invisibility, here’s what you see when you want to take photos:

So, how do you take a photo then? You simply tap anywhere on the screen, and the photo gets added to your queue.

Simple, right? For first time users, I’ve also included a series of help screens which explains the additional gestures you can use to access options for the different screens, like enabling burst mode (two finger tap) or changing the frame rate (two finger drag). To access the help screens again, just do a long press.

Since Klieg uses common gestures known by most iOS users, I don’t see the need to add buttons to the user interface. However, here lies the greatest challenge in my experiment. For users who usually skip tutorials in apps (you know who you are!), they wouldn’t know how to use the app unless they start tapping or swiping randomly. I’m still not satisfied with the way the help screens present the info users need to know, so I’ll definitely be adding this to my Klieg future improvements list.

In the meantime, feel free to download Klieg from the App Store. Please let me know if my experiment is a resounding success or a dramatic failure (or, more likely, somewhere in between) .

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P.S. We’ll be adding new features to Klieg soon, so watch this space!

Klieg Lets You Turn Your Photos Into Videos

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Check out our newest app, Klieg, on the App Store!

Here’s what you can do with it:

1. Take a series of photos in Klieg using your iPhone or iPod touch and stitch them all together into one cool, creative or interesting video.

2. Do you want your video to look a little unique? Apply any of the three filters available for an enhanced, sepia, or black and white effect.

3. Share it with your family and friends (or with the whole world!) via Facebook, Twitter, E-mail or Photos.app.

Don’t forget to give us feedback so we’ll know what you think of our app. Enjoy!