February 22, 2009

FitView$5.99 from Senygma Inc. FitView

Track the following all in one app:

A single great app to track and visualize many aspects of strength training, aerobic exercise, and vital statistics. No need to buy several apps to track the many aspects of health and fitness.

As information is recorded over time you can see detailed graphs to understand trends.

You can email the information in a format that can be read by the popular spread sheet applications.

Since this information may be very important to you, you can back it up to your computer is connected to the same wireless system as your iPhone/iPod. No more relying on iTunes to backup your data.

Track Aerobic Activities:
– Several aerobic activities are set up by default.
– If the activity you want to track is not in the default list then you can create your own.
– Each activity can have over 40 attributes. You get to choose them (speed, distance, calories, heart rate, notes, etc).

Track Strength Training:
– Several strength training exercises are set up by default.
– If the exercise you want to track is not in the default list then you can create your own.
– Each exercise tracks notes, number of sets, and for each set, you can track weight, reps, and rest time.

Track Vital Statistics:
– Weight
– BMI (automatically calculated for you)
– Body fat
– Blood pressure (systolic, diastolic, mean arterial pressure)
– Resting heart rate
– Cholesterol (HDL, LDL, total, & triglycerides)
– Blood sugar (including hemoglobin A1c)
– Calories consumed
– Fat consumed
– Body temperature
– Which each stat you can also record simple notes.

Other Features:
– Each person can have their own profile including name, age, height, & gender, with ideal weight calculated for you.
– Sophisticated graphing containing averages and totals. Trends are based on week, month, year, last 7 days, last 30 days, last 365 days, or all. You can graph two details together for a direct comparison.
– Supports both english and metric system.
– International character support for any text typed in.

To see all the details of this app, view the complete Users Guide on the website at


Apps On Sale In The App Store on 01/31/2009
This is your daily serving of iPhone and iPod Touch applications on sale. Today, iPhone Download Blog is bringing you the latest apps that are currently on sale in the App Store. Some of them are even free! If you were hesitating about

Category: Healthcare & Fitness FitView went from $5.99 to $2.99 Click here to download it on iTunes. © Sebastien for iPhone Download Blog, 2009. | Apps On Sale | Visit our iPhone Store | Want to blog about the iPhone? | Permalink.

Nine iPhone Apps to Keep You Fit
The Apple Blog has a great article listing nine iPhone apps that can help keep you fit: 9 iPhone Apps to Keep You Fit | TheAppleBlog. Here are their choices: Restaurant Nutrition; LIVESTRONG.COM Calorie Tracker; Weightbot

FitView: Achieve a Wide-Angle Outlook on Your Fitness
Sometimes, all you’re looking for is a quick, accessible way to review your workout history and progress. If that’s what you need, and you don’t mind doing a little data entry to get it, FitView might be the iPhone/iPod touch app for



February 22, 2009

Rubberduck$0.00 from AAApplications Rubberduck

The original rubber duck is back and he is free forever!!! The rubber duck squeaks when you press him and you could change the background. Great for adults and children alike. It is sure to give you a couple laughs.


HiKaChan Hiragana Japanese

February 22, 2009

HiKaChan Hiragana Japanese$2.99 from Jacob K HiKaChan Hiragana Japanese

Travelling to Japan for the first time?
Ever wanted to Learn to read Japanese, but didn’t know where to begin?

HiKaChan – Hiragana edition features:
• Custom drawn picture cards with great illustrations for each character, to help you learn and memorize the 46 characters of the Japanese Hiragana Alphabet as fast and easy as possible.
• All character combination possibilities and their readings.
• Explanations for the Ten-Ten (“) and ˚ character variations.
•Voice examples by native Japanese speakers, showing you how to pronounce each character.
• (New from version 1.3) Character quiz to test your memory of the individual characters.
• (New from version 1.3) Reading Comprehension quiz to test your word reading ability and put your newly learnt skills to use!
• (New from version 1.4) STROKE ORDER: Learn the correct way and order to draw characters, to not only make them look better, but also make them easier to remember.
• HiKaChan is COMPLETELY offline, meaning you don’t need a wi-fi connection and you can practice anywhere, anytime the mood strikes you!
• Free updates for life 🙂

• Completely offline, so you don’t need to pay usage fees.
• Uses visuals, mnemonics, sound examples and quizzing to help you remember the characters through instead of just showing you the character and leaving you on your own to find a way to learn it.
• Includes a word reading test to put your new skills to use

A valuable tool for the aspiring traveler/learner that not only is fun and easy to use, but actually works!

Test yourself with the built in Hiragana quiz to see which characters you have memorized and which need more practicing as well as what percentage of questions you got right.

Or use the Reading comprehension quiz to test your reading ability and put your newly learnt Japanese skills to good use, at the same time as learning new words!

Make sure to check out the newly released Katakana edition as well if you enjoy this product!

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February 22, 2009

Shakespeare$0.00 from Readdle Shakespeare

A cooperative project between Readdle and, the free Shakespeare application puts the complete works of William Shakespeare literally at your fingertips.

:: Full, high-quality texts of 40 plays, also doubtful works such as Two Noble Kinsmen
:: All six poems and all 154 sonnets
:: Searchable concordance, search the complete works easily
:: Text resizer with a choice of seven sizes
:: Automatically remembers last page viewed for each work
:: Option to double-tap page down or scroll
:: Historic Shakespeare art for each play icon
:: Landscape mode hides menu bar for maximum reading area

If you’ve given the Shakespeare application anything less than a 5-star rating because it was missing a feature it now has or we have improved it to your liking, PLEASE ADJUST YOUR STAR RATING. To adjust your star rating, click on the “Write a Review” link.

If you like the Shakespeare application, you may also be interested in our other applications. Try our MobileMe iDisk client, OneDisk, or ReaddleDocs, a reader and complete document management solution, or Take a Note, our versatile and powerful note-taking application. Also, check out our other e-book collections such as 7 Horrors, 7 Love Stories, FairyTales, and Sci-Fi Treasury.



February 22, 2009

WhosHere$0.00 from myRete WhosHere

With approximately 350,000 users, WhosHere is ideal for making new friends, dating, professional networking, or just chatting and swapping pictures with new and interesting people nearby and around the world.

WhosHere helps you meet people near you with similar interests. It takes the chance out of the chance encounter! Simply fill out your profile and indicate the age and gender of the person you would like to meet.

Whether indoors or outside, on a bus, in a car, at home or in a bar, WhosHere will show you the people closest to you that match that description.

WhosHere’s proprietary search features almost always find someone matching your description and, as more people use it, the distances from you will get smaller and smaller. When you find someone you want to talk with you can text message them within WhosHere itself. There are no SMS fees and there is absolutely no need to give out your phone number, email or IM address. That is unless you want to…and meet that new friend or special someone in person.

Please write us with your suggestions and feedback at

31 March 2009

To our current users,

Testing for the next version of WhosHere is underway. And, if you haven’t upgraded to WhosHere v0.99c, we definitely recommend the upgrade to WhosHere 0.99c. The navigation is significantly improved and there are a lot of new features (see below).

. Check us out on Facebook (

. Follow-us on Twitter (

If you have suggestions on feature improvements or believe something is not working properly, we encourage you to write us at We try to answer every email we get.

Go to for more details about WhosHere.