vrijdag 27 mei 2011

DistMeasure for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch

This very simple app lets you measure the point-to-point distance between two or more waypoints on a map. It uses online maps so it needs an internet connection.

Tap and hold to set a new waypoint, tap the options icon be able to clear all waypoints and start over.

New in version 1.1.0:

- Added the abillity to remove one waypoint at a time.
- UI improvements.
- Minor bugfixes.


woensdag 29 december 2010

NGPhoto 1.0 for iPad, iPhone & iPod touch

NGPhoto shows you the National Geographic Photo Of the Day.
Every day a new photo for you to admire.
Swipe left or right or use the buttons on the left and right side of the screen to browse through previous photo's of the day.

Tap the screen to see the name and a description of the shown photo.
You can also then tap the internet links to go to the National Geographic site to browse more photo's of the day.


maandag 22 februari 2010

PhotoLoc 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch

PhotoLoc is a very simple app that does one thing, and one thing only: show you where your photo's were taken.

Pick a photo, press a button and see in Google Maps the exact location and time the photo was taken. It's that simple.

Works with photo's taken in the past. No need to have the app open when the photo is taken and no need to add Geo location tags to the photo afterwards.

Version 1.0 has been submitted to Apple for Review.


woensdag 3 februari 2010

WifiAudit 1.0 for iPhone

WifiAudit is an iPhone application that helps you test the security of some specific wireless access points. It currently audits wireless a
ccess points produced by Thomson (also Speedtouch).
Eircom audit functionality will follow shortly.

Enter the last six characters (octets) from the Wifi SID and press the calculate button to see if the security key can be calculated.
If no key's show up, try broadening the yearspan (a broader yearspan will take longer to calculate).

Tap on a generated key to copy it to the
clipboard. Then open the settings app, connect to the Wifi network and paste the WEP key into the security settings to see if the key is valid.

Version 1.0 has been submitted to Apple for Review.