March 7th, 2011
That’s right, the second deck from iSee iSay and we’ve taken it to the farm!
This one is running on a new shell too, which is actually a Universal iPhone, iPad shell. This means iSee iSay will know the device is an iPad and will actually display properly (rather that in ultra small mode) on an iPad. iSee iSay Vehicles will get an update soon as well, and will get this new shell plus some extra features. Enjoy!
It is now available through the iTunes App Store – http://itunes.apple.com/app/id423035087#
iSee iSay Farm Animals will have your little one recognizing animals, the sounds they make, and how to spell for a variety of common farm animals!
Large buttons make it easy for your quick learner to use the app and identify cows, chickens, goats and more! Gives a new, realistic take on the game “what does a cow say?”
* Beautiful photos of animals!
* Real animal sounds!
* Easy enough for kids even under a year old!
We already know your child reaches for your iPhone, with iSee iSay Farm Animals let them have fun and learn without knowing it!
If you and your child enjoy iSee iSay Farm animals, please let us know and rate the app, we love to hear your feedback!
Please check out our other application, iSee iSay Vehicles – Tractors, fire engines, and more!
December 22nd, 2010
I am pleased to announce my first iPhone App! Read all about it below, and download by clicking here!
iCognito is an app that grants two users the ability to practice “Virtual Telepathy”. This means that you can communicate to each other using basic gestures while your iPhone remains in the front pocket of your jeans. No need to see, hear or type on your iPhone. When connected through iCognito, you and your partner are indeed, Joined at the Hip!
iCognito allows two users to connect via local Bluetooth wireless. When connected they can send and receive messages just like any standard chat room app. However, if they enable ‘Hands Free’ mode, iCognito will begin listening to and sending DOT and DASH messages that will trigger their partner device to receive the appropriate vibration signal. This ‘Virtual Telepathy’ allows two users to communicate without touching, seeing or hearing their device. They simply need to place it in their pants pocket where they can feel incoming iCognito messages.
The applications for iCognito are endless. Imagine communicating secretly to your friend during a double date, or signaling discretely to your spouse when it is time to leave a party. iCognito is a useful app for any situation that requires subtle, and secret communication.
As with anything that requires physical action, iCognito works best when you and your partner have practiced. Before using this App in a live situation, be sure to calibrate, and practice communicating in ‘Hands Free Mode’. It is a lot of fun to think about and practice what combination of DOT and DASH gestures will mean “Time to go!”, or “He’s a dud!” The more you practice, the more reliably iCognito works, and the more diverse your DOT/DASH vocabulary will become.
Thanks for your support!
The initial release of iCognito is fairly bare bones. I have some pretty cool ideas for future releases of iCognito, so please let your friends and family know about this cool App. If the interest exists – you can be sure I will put the time aside to add some great new features!
May 18th, 2010
Digital storage has become one of the most convenient and paradigm shifting technologies for businesses and individuals alike. The ability to store, organize, and quickly retrieve and analyze photos, tax documents, and schoolwork allows us to work quickly, efficiently and effectively, and it doesn’t take up any of that wall space which was previously occupied by a bank of filing cabinets.
However, when hard drives fail, or optical media gets scratched, it is easy to curse this technology. While backup systems will always protect you from this type of disaster, it usually takes a loss of data before the investment seems prudent.
Fortunately there is a faint glimmer of hope for those affected by digital storage media failure. Read the rest of this entry »