Actor! has just been released on iTunes. This is job tracker software allowing a freelance or agency listed actor to keep all their jobs in the one place.
They can store the expenses and commission related to each agent or client in the Referrers section. Then keep track of all jobs, attach a client or agent to the job if they want and Actor! takes out all the appropriate expenses to give a Nett figure.
"When I was acting professionally, this is the one app I would have wanted on my iPhone" says Annabelle Drumm, developer of Actor!. "The gross fee for the job is never what you'd get in your hand as a working actor so I was forever trying to guess what I'd get. if I guessed badly I could make mistakes with my budgeting.
There are a myriad of document management apps available in Apple's App Store; some of these apps rise above the rest, heads held high, and accomplish their set goal. Other apps of this type are as much a failure as that Super Mario Brothers film that we all like to pretend never happened. With Seembee, Appsli Business Development has created an app that they believe will simplify document management and storage once and for all, and I believe they've succeeded at accomplishing this lofty goal.
If you can’t keep track of a grocery list on a scrap of paper, or a to-do list with too many options on your iPhone, Scrublist from p13development might just be the answer to your prayers.
Clever, convenient, quirky: Scrublist is a whole new take on list management via smartphone. First, you make a list… on paper. You’re probably already doing that because dealing with a to-do or shopping list manager on your iPhone usually gives you a headache. Then, put down that pencil and pick up the phone and photograph the list you just wrote. In Scrublist, your list photo becomes your list within the app no tedious typing required.
First available for iOS on the iPad, Apple's iWorks apps were released on Tuesday for the iPhone. The price is the same: $9.99 each for Pages (word processing), Numbers (spreadsheet), and Keynote (presentation software). If you already own them for the iPad, they are a free upgrade for your iPhone.
The latest version of the revolutionary mobile development tool MobiForms 6.0 now offers support for Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Up until now developing for Apple iOS devices required in depth professional programming skills with mandatory learning of Apple's obscure version of C called Objective-C and the Apple iOS/iPhone SDK (Software Development Kit). MobiForms replaces these tools with one simple, intuitive, drag and drop interface. No Objective-C programming is required.
Opera Mini Web browser (free) was hugely popular right from its first launch. And now a new version has just been released that supports both iPad models as well as the retina display on the iPhone 4. Like many people, I prefer alternates to Safari mainly because of their superior implementation of tabbed browsing. Opera Mini not only offers that but is also notable because it greatly speeds browsing — as much as 6 times faster.
ShakerApps has announced the release and immediate availability of new application OnePass. OnePass offers you a safe and convenient way to store important information on your iPhone or iPodTouch.
Internet logins, passwords, email accounts, bank cards, account numbers, important notes and contacts, number of different personal cards and other things that you are afraid of losing or forgetting. All this will be always at your fingertips, on your iPhone or iPodTouch! Your data will always be protected from unauthorized access or loss by setting a password to run applications and backup / restore data.
Soonr announced today the first cloud service with integrated editing for the iPad via their Soonr - Workplace app (free). Of course, there are other options, such as using an app such as Office2 to directly edit Microsoft Office documents stored in Dropbox. But Soonr goes much further. You can store, share, access, and sync files, as well as edit Microsoft Office files both online and offline from within the Soonr app.
They say you can't take it with you. The "it" in that saying originally referred to your personal wealth, but until recently, it also referred to personal information stored on your computer. For most of my life, data was a nearly immovable object, as heavy as your computer. Today, with mobile devices and the steadily improving effectiveness of cloud computing, it is easier than ever to back up, sync, and access important data without filling up your storage drive or adding a single ounce to your gear bag.
I like to gather novel uses of the iPhone and recently did an article for the magazine on a couple dozen apps that let you use the camera for doing things other than taking pictures or videos. Now I'm starting to be fascinated by the various ways the motion sensor can be used. A new app called Move'n Call ($1.99) lets you make a call with just a wave of your hand. As the video shows, first you train your iPhone to recognize a gesture and then you associate that gesture with a contact. Then to call the person, you simply make that gesture and your iPhone dials the contact.