When the issue of technology related to Star Trek comes up, the universal translator doesn’t always come up first in the conversation. But SayHi Translate wants to put that sweet slice of Trek gear in our pockets and make it a whole lot easier to get around in another language.
GPS navigation is the kind of thing that plenty of users have found value in already. But it’s got its share of problems, problems that City Maps 2Go looks to fix for those with iPhones, especially the recently launched iPhone 5.
There are plenty of ways to edit documents on the road. Between an outright laptop and several mobile apps that can do the job, it likely won’t surprise that there’s one more way to do so from the folks at Smart Office 2.
When it comes to driving these days, one of the biggest hazards out there is the red light traffic camera. Shown to have cause its share of accidents and then some, knowing where these potentially dangerous–not to mention potentially costly–hazards are is a welcome bit of knowledge, one that Trapster 5.0 looks to provide.
When it comes to small business, one of the biggest names in data is Salesforce. So when Salesforce brings out a mobile app, it’s the kind of thing to take notice of. And for those small businesses needing a way to keep an eye on their inputs and outputs, no matter where they are, Salesforce Mobile Dashboard looks to provide the information businesses need.
What if there were a way to both keep track of your current location in relation to where you’d want to be, but also keep track of your iPhone should it come up missing? That’s exactly what Phone Tracker wants to do for iOS users.
There are many facets of a business’ operation, from cash flow regulation to communications controls. But sometimes, users just need a way to work with documents remotely. That’s where Documents Free for iOS comes in.
Commutes are boring. Getting to work every day, seeing the same old sights, or just trying to run the standard set of errands that most every business needs to survive can be painfully dull. V-Cockpit GPS Lite looks to provide a little bit of something extra in your travels.
Raise your hands if you’re one of the few small business owners out there that have the means to own one of the priciest (actually, probably the priciest) tablets on the market. (Raises hand). Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?