Converts Java-compatible mobile phones into bike computers, either by using an internal GPS or a Bluetooth GPS receiver. Records, for example, GPS tracks then uploads them onto the manufacturer's web site for analysis.
Augmented reality browser for iOS and Android devices that enriches the camera image by adding information such as shopping facilities, tourist attractions or the location of the nearest London Underground station. iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad versions are available, as is an Android version.
Displays public transport departure times and connections. Finds the nearest stops using GPS data and displays corresponding departures. Also provides graphic network maps of metro and urban networks of towns in several countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark, Poland, Norway, Sweden, UK, USA and Australia.
Simple game for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. clicking on balloons causes a chain reaction of bubble explosions. Enables you to undo up to ten steps and features the playing modes 'classic', 'chill out' and 'bubble invasion'. Also features an online high score list.
Records the legs of a journey you have already completed so they can be displayed in OpenStreetMap. This tool can also mark waypoints. Routes can be exported in GPX format to other applications for further editing.
Wirelessly transfers photos from Android smartphones to TV via UPnP-AV and streams music from a PC. The corresponding desktop tool is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS from the developer's website.
Photo app for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android devices that uses filters and frames to change your images. Includes tilt-shift effects for depth of field and settings for frames and image alignment. Displays images in a live preview and distributes them on Facebook, Twitter, flickr and Tumblr. The app also supports high-resolution photos.