Because a smartphone should help you do more than kill time at the airport, here are three handy travel apps to ensure your next trip goes off without a hitch.
The home audio-visual system control app iRule won the Consumer Electronics Association’s Mark of Excellence Award as “Control Product of the Year” at this week’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The travel app developer Mobiata Thursday announced a redesigned version of its FlightTrack app for iOS and Android.
To get us all ready for the North American International Auto Show in January, show organizers have come out with a new smartphone app featuring pictures of plenty of hot new cars.
A lot of musicians and bands can relate: They get the sound just right, but can never quite get it to sound like that again. Now, there’s a new smartphone app called Tone Recipes, that allows users to save personal settings and equipment combinations required to create unique sound tones as “recipes.”
Effective Oct. 18, Henry Ford Community College will launch Ellucian Go, a free mobile app designed to save time for students and other users.
Webahn Inc. last week announced that Capzule PHR, its personal health records app for iOS, can now send prescription refill orders to Walgreens.
With its second major software update this year, iRule has released Version 2.5 of its cloud-based remote control system.
Mobiata, the Ann Arbor-based developers of some of the best-selling travel apps on the market, announced that FlightTrack Free, a completely redesigned and free version of its flagship app, has launched on iOS and Android devices.
IRule, the cloud-based remote control app for iOS and Android devices, has released iRule Manager, geared to assist professional dealers by simplifying the process of installing, modifying, organizing and selling iRule licenses to end users.