An old favorite among the mobile tech community and mine from way back in the Windows Mobile days seems to be making a return to the mobile arena. SoftMaker the company in question in my opinion had the best desktop and mobile office suite of applications because it was not only compatible with Microsoft Office but in may ways it was quite superior. Their office suite consisted of TextMaker, PlanMaker and SoftMaker Presentations but, as good as it was, once Windows Mobile fell off it seemed like so did they, at least as far as mobile was concerned. After the iPhone was released many former WM users now iPhone users cried out for an iOS version which turned even louder following the release of the iPad but they refused seemingly due to the lack of the ability to sell their software outside of the App Store. Android, on the other hand does have that ability so that was the direction they decided to focus their energy on even though they still waited a long time before making that decision.
Keeping track of medications and vitamins should not be a hassle but unfortunately for many it becomes just that. Sometimes it’s merely remembering to take your once-a-day vitamin, other times it’s an important prescription. Life is hectic enough that adding one more routine to your daily schedule can be just to much. Pillboxie aims to be your memory aid with an easy to use interface and unique setup.
After being almost 2 years in development due to changes in strategy, changes in development teams, and lots of debate over which features to include in the initial release for the iPhone, the wait is over. On Sept. 15, Ilium Software finally released their popular list management application ListPro to the App Store. If you’re from the old pre-smartphone era as I am and used a Windows Mobile device then you should know ListPro. If you’re a new comer to the mobile arena with your first mobile device being an iPhone then you owe it to yourself to at least check out this excellent piece of software.