With the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in London, a new iPhone app is available for all your regal needs. The Royal Wedding Essential Guide is the useful information guide to follow the action on this special day.
The ideal app for those visiting London for the big event of William and Kate has everything you require. This royal guide app comes complete with time schedules, helpful maps, and details of main areas and locations to look for using the GPS map.
From information in an article by BlueYellow Media Ltd, added extras will include the Royal Personality Test, royal gallery, 3D tour of the wedding procession, offline map, wedding details, and Twitter news keeping you informed.
This essential guide has royal couple trivia, like their history, where they were engaged, the story of their courtship, a schedule of the big day, their places of work, parties and functions attended, and even shops they frequent.
Remember Square? It’s the card reader with a free companion app that accepts credit cards on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch with no contract, monthly fees or merchant account required.
The company has had success handling mobile payments over the last year, and now it has received a major boost, after Apple agreed to sell the credit card reader system via Apple’s online store and in-store retail locations as well.
According to TechCrunch, Apple will start selling Square’s credit card reader across all of its U.S. retail stores starting this week. This will certainly be a major boost for Square, who up until now has been able to handle over $1 million in payments per day and apparently keeps growing.
Moshe Berman, the developer behind many Jewish iPhone apps, has posted an update to his Sefiras HaOmer app for iPhone and iPod touch, Ultimate Omer 2.
Ultimate Omer 2 is one of several apps on the App Store that can help with counting the Omer. So, what makes it different? Well…
Other Sefira apps stop at the end “Ribono Shel Olam”. This leaves people scrambling to re-open their siddurim to finish maariv. Of course, there is an easy fix. Ultimate Omer 2 includes aleinu, so you can just finish davening from your phone or iPod.
Another major challenge that most Sefira apps face (and other Jewish oriented apps as well), is the fact that the Jewish day begins the night before. Most Sefira apps just change at an arbitrary time. This is where Ultimate Omer 2 is unique in this regard. Ultimate Omer 2 allows you to automatically detect your location (or set it manually) and then Ultimate Omer 2 uses that information to change the day of Sefira at sunset based on your local time.