We make apps, and we can make you one too! Located in Springfield, Mo we are one of the top app developers in the industry.
- Car Locator Feature (with directions to car)
- Share your location on Facebook and twitter
- Improved accuracy
- Improved layout on ipads
- Misc improvements and fixes
Plus there is loads more!
Chirp is a powerful yet incredibly easy to use GPS tracking app that lets you find and track people anywhere - including inside buildings (shopping malls, outlet stores, etc).
Track family, children, boyfriends, girlfriends, spouses, friends, co-workers, fleet trucks, and just about anyone, using the GPS in your phone and our new proprietary technology.
-Swipe browse through hundreds of useful facts you should know!
-Save facts in favorites
-Share facts with friends over Facebook, ams, email, and twitter
-HD easy to read text for phones and tablets
Did you know that Chapstick can be used as a fire starter?
Or that shaking a can of mixed nuts will make the larger ones rise to the top?
You might not know that natural pearls melt in vinegar.
Or that you need to walk seven hours straight to burn off a large coke, fries, and large cheeseburger.
These and other truisms are found in Useful Facts, a collection of helpful factoids.
LunarAds lets you cross promote your apps, switch ad networks on the fly, use Google analytics in a snap, track impressions of your app, and much more. All using just one SDK!
We have a Corona ad network SDK, a native Android SDK, and iOS SDK that installs easily.
What's New in Version 1.2
√ Christmas countdown timer
√ Talking Santa Claus
√ Watch it snow
√ More advanced results
√ Santa now gives lumps of coal!
√ Facebook sharing
√ Misc bug fixes
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Purchase the book by clicking the image to your left, or the arrow to the lower right of this posting.