TOKYO (MacHouse) – Again, it’s been pretty much two weeks since we released the last pair of iOS applications. Of course, that’s a sign that we’ve been working on something big. Well, not quite… Hmm… Maybe… Anyway, we are ready to introduce another pair of applications, a licensed one and its freeware version. The first one to introduce is StickHere.
StickHere offers a virtual clipboard where you can post as many note and picture clips. You may think that the work area is limited. So you can post just several note and picture clips. That’s right. But you can just use your finger and swipe to the right to initiate a new page. Then post more. If the second page is full. Swipe to the right again to start another. And… post more! Write a quick note with the text color, text size, font of your choice. Freely move clips around the clipboard. Just tap the clip if you want to delete or edit any of them. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Just about a few minutes ago, we introduced eGallery. At the same time, we are releasing a freeware version. It’s called eGallery Lite.
eGallery Lite is a freeware version. The commercial version is eGallery, which is also available at App Store. Note that eGallery has no access to data created with eGallery Lite since they are totally different products and are sandboxed.
Note: Release dates are ones when updates are announced here, not when updates are actually released at App Store. We make no promise that they will be accepted by iTunes Connect and then released at App Store.
1.0.1 (Released on April 11, 2013)
- Fix: Category icons were not optimized for the Retina display.
eGallery Lite is a product of MacHouse.
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Almost for the past two weeks, we’ve been working on another pair of iPad applications, one of which is a freeware version, again. We thought till this morning that they would never get to the App Store because of a couple of major issues we encountered. Well, finally… We are ready to introduce them. The first iPad application to introduce is eGallery.
eGallery is an iPad-only application that lets you inventory personal belongings and business properties. You can create a profile for each item or property, picking a picture from the Camera roll. Assign one or more tags (key phrases) to an item profile so that you can run a search and find records falling under a specific category. Easily back up data. Recover data from a backup copy. Send a backup data file by e-mail directly through this application to someone at a remote location so that they can read your data with eGallery and see your work. Continue reading