Some weeks, the assorted iPhone software comes in batch processes.
David Steele Enterprises announced the iBreath – a plug-in gadget for testing your blood-alcohol level; Electronic Arts released the always popular SimCity; while MacroSolve debuted form-making software.
But if someone is too inebriated to drive, how will he or she be dexterous enough to use an iPhone? “There’s nothing we can do about human nature and human consumption. If I had that figured out, I’d be a much wealthier man,” CEO Don Bassler said.
The gadget costs $79 and also works with iPod. On the roadmap for 2009 is a version that uses the phone’s screen instead of a separate LCD, if Apple allows that functionality – the company presently does not.
Meanwhile, EA Mobile has its new SimCity, complete with aliens, officials stated: “Strike the perfect balance between industrial and residential zones to keep your city thriving, manage utilities like water and garbage, and even control traffic to keep your citizens happy. Ready for a change? Just tap the screen to call in a disaster and watch UFOs rain destruction upon your city’s foundation!”
Finally, MacroSolve, through its Anywhere Mobile Solutions division, debuted ReForm XT. The software “…allows non-technical users the ability to use a Website to create their own mobile solution. Create an inspection form or an expense report online and then use it on your Windows Mobile, BlackBerry or Palm smarthphone,” the company said.
MacroSolve also said it recently became a certified iPhone developer.
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