View Full Version : Got an app? Tell us about it!

Are you an app developer with a shiny, new widget that you'd like to show off? Pitch us here!
I'll kick things off:

App name: Muud.io (http://muud.io)
Platform: iOS
Description: Muud.io is a music app for iOS that automatically makes mixes to suit your mood. No more skipping tracks - Muud.io makes perfect playlists, in an instant. Just drag the mood indicator to your desired mood, tap a button, and your done - simples!

That looks cool! I’ve made a couple of apps that I think are pretty useful and fun. They are:
LED Flashlight *Batteries Included (iTunes) (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/led-flashlight-batteries-included/id383331515?mt=8)
giffer! – Animated GIF Maker (iTunes) (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/giffer%21-easy-photo-animation/id416952536?mt=8)
They’re both iOS apps – if any Verge peeps would like a promo code, just let me know and I’ll gladly hand some out. Go Verge!

I tried all calendar apps for the iPhone and found out it takes 6 taps or more to enter a simple appointment. Then, with two other guys, I created
Easy Calendar (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/easy-calendar/id421724209?mt=8)
Just 3 taps to add and 2 taps to edit an appointment!

Come on navic. Don’t just post a link, tell us why it is the best!

Alright – it’s a response to Apple’s Siri voice functionality. This app uses speech to report information about the battery of the device, get the local weather report and take a picture with camera. To bring the functionality to a higher level, you can specify the filename for the picture in the voice command like: “Take a picture with the name flower” – this will snap the pic and save it to the gallery as flower.jpg