Software products of airbit are in many aspects innovative, still we try to use well proven protocols and open standards. Through that our tools are compatible with different Platforms and can be combined in different ways.
Here you'll find a list of some of our commercial applications that we developed for customers or as end-user software.
m is a programming language consistently designed for developing applications on mobile phones. The IDE mShell even supports the entire development cycle on the phone: from interactively exploring the APIs to coding, testing and debugging, and eventually to creating the distributable installation package.
mVNC is a Virtual Network Computing server for Symbian OS phones. In conjunction with a VNC viewer, it displays the phone’s screen in a window on the PC, and forwards keystrokes and mouse movements from the PC to the phone. The phone can therefore be almost completely controlled and operated from the PC.
Finger Mingle is the ultimate iPhone™ and iPod Touch™ challenge, testing your cleverness and finger flexibility to solve a series of exciting puzzles. The simple goal of placing colored buttons on their checkpoints suddenly becomes tricky, forcing you and your partner to move, bend, and twist your fingers like never imagined. Furthermore, the limited screen surface naturally requires some fun finger mingling and closeness, perhaps the perfect ice-breaker for a first date.
Valentines day is near - get closer to your loved one!
Make an art statement with Color Time on your iPhone. Originally created as a wrist watch by Tian Harlan, it expresses another way of thinking about time: Time as color.
The BuzzerGame is a fun quiz-game used for promotional purposes. It was developed for Swisscom and is written entirely in the m programming language. Later it was also ported to the iPhone platform to widen the possibilities how the questions can be presented.
G-Meter displays the amount and direction of the gravitational force (G) impacting on your mobile phone. It's ideal to measure the acceleration for instance in a car or on a roller coaster.
Discover the beauty of fractals! In the beginning of computer science, hours, if not days, where needed to visualize the grail of chaos studies - the Mandelbrot set. Now, you can compute fractals on your pocket.
Follow the moon on its circle around the world.