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In the last few weeks we conducted a variety of tests drives to get a better understanding of what the iOS Location Service provides.
A big swiss financial company approached us with the idea of creating a What's App clone for their internal communication needs.
Bringing the biggest swiss sport nutrition provider closer to its customer!
Piccing.com is a Palo Alto based startup with a Swiss Project lead. Its about taste and sharing new products, inspiration and ideas.
Over the course of three years we could contribute to many parts of the sophisticated Mobile Paladin project. Unlike many available alarm apps today, Mobile Paladin is not just an app, but a complete approach towards a safety assurance.
Due to airbits experience in producing high quality iPhone apps the a'effe Production Guide (for advertising material) could be implemented in short time and the review at Apple passed in only few days without any problems.
«Teamory» is a cute adaption of the well known board game Memory.
airbit finished another custom project: the MediaMecum media guide for iPhone.
airbit released the first standalone app for Symbian^3, entirely developed with mShell.
We are always proud when our mShell programing tool gets attention in the big, mobile app world. Brothersoft, an extensive online portal, added us to their favorites. Word about the robustness and usability of mShell continues to spread.
Version 3.05 of mShell has been released. It continues to support m developers to create professional apps with deep functionality.
«lights» is an application when the phone is idling. By illuminating the different light sources, such as the keyboard or phone button lights, it creates the illusion that the phone lives.
Version 3.04 of mShell has been released. It contains new development tools and supports the compass (magnetometer) on S60 5th Edition.
Version 3.03 of mShell has been released. It fully supports S60 5th Edition devices like the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, and adds several new library functions.
mVNC 2.02 is now fully supported on S60 5th Edition devices (e.g. on the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic), with touch interface.
G-Meter is a typical small entertainment and utility application as it can be found on application stores like Nokia OVI or Handango. G-Meter is entirely made with mShell and as a case study shows the commercial opportunity that can be realized due to the the power and ease of the mShell development platform.
We have now a shop for our software. Until now we distributed our license keys through Handango, we are proud to open our own software store so that customers can purchase our products directly by us.
Version 3.02 of mShell has been released. It includes new library functions, IDE enhancements, and important bug fixes.
Version 3.01 of mShell has been released. We are convinced this is the best m release ever, substantially enhancing the possibilities for m users.
Our iPhone game FingerMingle gets a sequel: FingerMingle Valentine’s Edition. Similar in game play, the new Game comes with a different appearance to spread the love.
FingerMingle is our newest iPhone and iPod Touch game. The game revolves around the original and creative idea of putting your fingers to the test in what we call "finger mingling". Each player must accomplish specific movements with differently coloured buttons, avoiding obstacles, and more importantly, other players.
The latest novelty from Atelier Tian Harlan: Color Time on the iPhone. It’s a different way of thinking about time. The color way of life is brought to the touch screen of the iPhone. It’s an aesthetic application that, in a simple way, realizes the philosophy of Tian Harlan, the inventor of the Color Time.
The long awaited update for mVNC is here. By now, mVNC has found wide spread acceptance as the ultimate remote view tool for symbian. Due to changes by Nokia, some of the devices experienced issues with the version 2.00, now, the ones we know of, should be fixed. The new version can be downloaded at m-shell.net.
On the 15th of Oktober 08 Daniel Krüsi joined the airbit team. We welcome him warmly.
airbit has a new website.