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ipash ME, the command line shell for iPhone is available on the AppStore

ipash ME, the command line shell for iPhone is available on the AppStore

Leeds, United Kingdom - Leeds, United Kingdom - Treehouse Technologies is thrilled to announce the release of ipash ME (Micro Edition), an iPhone version of the popular command line utility for iPad. Users of ipash for iPad already know how this app allows you to manage your device, files and Dropbox account from command line.

ipash ME implements your favourite commands (ps, ifconfig, cd, cp, ping and many others) but adapted to the iPhone environment. The commands available are all based on the ones you find in the shell for Unix/Linux "bash". More commands are made available through regular updates of both ipash and ipash ME. They are chosen from the ones requested by users of these apps.


iSafe Press Release

iSafe Press Release

We are very excited to announce that iSafe for iOS is now available in the App Store. iSafe OS X will be following soon.

Please read the press release attached for more information.

 

Regards,

 

Bastian Kohlbauer

www.appmug.de

 

 


SparkNET Adds Email Sharing to the "Sheet Yourself" Role-Playing Game (RPG) Character Sheet Generator for iPhone

SparkNET Adds Email Sharing to the

SparkNET has released update version 1.1 of the RPG support app Sheet Yourself for iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed for hardcore roll-playing gamers (RPG) and casual players alike, Sheet Yourself allows users to create and edit unlimited character reference sheets and keep all of those character sheets in one place. This minimizes the need for reference materials and makes for easier play. In the newest edition, users are able to share their custom character sheets via email. The app works with all roll-playing games.

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ipash - The First Command Line for iPad Returns with Exciting News

ipash - The First Command Line for iPad Returns with Exciting News

Leeds, United Kingdom - Treehouse Technologies has announced the release of ipash 1.4.1, an update to its popular bash utility developed exclusively for the iPad. If you use ipash, you know how this app allows you to manage you iPad and files from command line. Very soon this will also be possible from an iPhone, with ipash ME.

ipash already implements the most common commands you are used to (ps, ifconfig, cd, cp, ping and many others) adapted to the iPad environment. It also enable you to access the command history swiping up and down with two fingers, auto-completing the entered text swiping left-to-right to or pinch the screen to interrupt the execution of a command.


Like a Netnanny for apps, AppCertain is available in the app store!

Like a Netnanny for apps, AppCertain is available in the app store!

Pittsburgh, May 2013 – AppCertain, a free app that sends parents an alert each time an app is installed on their child’s smartphone or tablet, has launched in the 


ipash update: redesigned shell for iPad includes a useful text editor

ipash update: redesigned shell for iPad includes a useful text editor

LEEDS, United Kingdom – June, 7th 2013 – Available today, the new update of ipash (version 1.3),  the first app for iPad that gives you the ability to manage your iPad and files from command line. If you enjoyed using ipash to check what processes are running on your iPad or ping a remote host, you now can also edit plain text files on your local iPad or on your Dropbox account. All of this from your loved command line!

If you already use ipash, you know how this is a simple but powerful implementation of the Unix shell 'bash'. If you simply can't do without command lines, you'll love this app.


i-App Creation Releases The Major Update of Pic Lock 3 Ultimate With All-New Features and Become All-In-One Privacy App

i-App Creation Releases The Major Update of Pic Lock 3 Ultimate With All-New Features and Become All-In-One Privacy App

Press Release for Pic Lock 3™ Ultimate

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

i-App Creation Release Pic Lock 3™ Ultimate for iPhone

 

Private Media and Data Manager with Secure Vault is now available on Apple’s App Store

 


Voice Search Coming to Google's Free Chrome Browser for iOS

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I tend to use Safari for my web browsing, but Google's Chrome browser (free) is a worthy competitor, especially now that you can simply speak your queries in order to do a search. Last week Google announced the new version would be available in the App Store "in the coming days" on the Google Chrome Blog. It's gradually rolling it out, so if you have Chrome and the update isn't yet available, it will be soon. I already have this new feature on my iPad mini.



Speed Tracker 5.0 for iPhone&iPad is available now. GPS Speedometer and Trip Computer is everything you need in just ONE application

Speed Tracker 5.0 for iPhone&iPad is available now. GPS Speedometer and Trip Computer is everything you need in just ONE application

 

Feasterville, PA - AppAnnex LLC has proudly announced the worldwide availability of the newest Speed Tracker 5.0. GPS Speedometer and Trip Computer. Just in time for the summer driving season you can now use its full power.

Speed Tracker did a great job by combining GPS speedometer, Trip Log and Trip computer in one unique application. No more need for endless list of applications on your iPhone and iPad. Just take Speed Tracker app with you and record automatically your location, speed, time, distance and many many more.


Lifeproof Remains Leader of the Pack in Rugged, Waterproof iOS Cases

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There are many great waterproof, rugged protective cases on the market right now, with manufacturers unveiling new ones all the time it seems. Having had the opportunity to evaluate many of the best waterproof, heavy-duty cases currently available, I have to say, Lifeproof’s line of waterproof iDevice cases still steal the show.

The Lifeproof frē for iPhone 5 ($79.99) and the original Lifeproof case for the iPhone 4/4S are excellent examples of what a great full-time use waterproof case can be. With the cases for iPhone 4 and 5 series, we see designs that are as minimalist and unobtrusive without sacrificing an ounce of durability. You could most accurately consider these cases enhancements to the iPhone design, rather than bulky behemoths that obscure the beautiful simplicity of the iPhone.



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