Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

Garden Towers App for Ayala Land

Friday, July 26th, 2013


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.



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.

iOS App Development for Kids!

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Hey mommies and daddies! Have you heard of the eighth grader who developed the app that toppled Angry Birds and became the No. 1 free app on the App Store in 2011? Or of Summly, an iOS app developed by a teenager which was recently acquired by Yahoo for a whopping $30 million? Have you seen the video of Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and other industry bigwigs encouraging schools to teach kids how to code?

Well, you could introduce your children to the art and science of programming by enrolling them in a workshop that would teach them the basics of how to make apps for the iPhone and iPad. Who knows, they could be the next iOS prodigy or successful startup founder.

Numlock Solutions, in partnership with Power Mac Center, is holding a workshop on iOS app development for kids ages 7 to 11 this summer at Power Mac’s Apple Authorized Training Center in Makati City. The training will be conducted by our resident iOS expert and head honcho, Ramon Pastor (himself a dad to two iPad & iPhone app enthusiasts). The first batch will run on April 20 and 27, while the second batch is scheduled to run on May 11 and 18. Equipment will be provided at the training center.

Slots are limited. For more information on the workshop, you may call PowerMac at 553 4211 / 553 6399 or email them at

“Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer…because it teaches you how to think.” – Steve Jobs

iOS App Development for Kids

DevCon Mobile Camp: iOS

Friday, March 1st, 2013

Ramon Pastor

Our Co-Founder and Head of iOS Development, Ramon Pastor, will conduct a free, 5-hour workshop on iOS development at the DevCon Mobile Camp on March 23, Saturday, from 11 am to 5 pm. DevCon Mobile Camp: iOS will be held at Exist Techbar in Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

The afternoon bootcamp aims to build iOS capabilities in programmers who are interested in creating applications using the iOS platform. At the end of the workshop, the participants are expected to have created their own basic, working iOS app.

For inquiries regarding this mobile camp, please contact the organizer, DevCon Philippines, via their Eventbrite page.


DevCon or Developers Connect Philippines, is the youngest yet most comprehensive IT capabilities development organization in the Philippines. Known for hosting free “unconferences” for IT students, educators, professionals and enthusiasts, DevCon has grown to having over 15,000 participants since June 2009. It is highly sought after by educational institutions through its Campus DevCon programs that aim to augment the academic learnings of students with up-to-date trends in the IT industry.

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

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

WWDC 2012: Making a Difference

Sunday, August 12th, 2012

(The following blog post is by Numlock’s Ramon Pastor, originally published in Ramon’s blog,

This was my first time at WWDC. Before I left the country & flew to San Francisco, I was giddy with excitement for the week ahead. I was looking forward to learning new things related to the next version of iOS (which was officially confirmed as iOS 6) and mingling with like-minded geeks who shared a passion for Apple & iOS.

I was in line for the Keynote at 5 AM on Day 1, and from there, everything was surreal. I was chatting with fellow iOS developers from different parts of the globe, and since I was a first-timer, they shared their experiences from previous WWDCs. We were speculating about the possible things that Apple would announce, and I didn’t feel tired or sleepy at all. After some time, we were allowed to enter the building, and I felt goosebumps as we were led through Moscone West. While inside, we sat in the hallways while waiting for Apple to open Presidio, the room where the Keynote was held. When we were finally allowed to enter Presidio, I rushed to find a decent seat & found myself just a few rows from the front. I couldn’t believe it: for the past 3 years, I was merely watching the iTunes download of the Keynote, and now I was actually here!