WorldCard Mobile – Business Card Reader & Scanner
App Developer: Penpower Inc.
Version Reviewed: 4.0.0
License: US$6.99

In today’s high tech world, it is surprising to see just how many businesses still use the humble business card to exchange contact information.

During and prior to the 1980s, business cards were added to Rolodex systems, and by the 1990s personal assistants were frantically entering relevant information into database applications, such as FileMaker Pro. The millennium brought about the business card scanner, and until recently, not much has changed.

With the coming of smart phone and tablet devices, the traditional style business cards can now be easily entered in seconds into apps such as WorldCard Mobile.

WorldCard Mobile exceeds the usability of the traditional business card by the way it allows users to import and modify information. 

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Speed Tracker. GPS Speedometer and Trip Computer
Review

On December 2, 2011, in Apps, iPhone, Review, by Mark Greentree

Speed Tracker
App Developer: AppAnnex
Version Reviewed: 2.0
License: US$1.99 for iPhone only

“If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour you’re gonna see some serious”…action out of this app!

Speed Tracker takes the basic concept of a speedometer and transports it into the future. Add a interactive map, trip meter, heads up display, and the ability to export trip information and you will then understand the impact this app has within its motor vehicle target market.

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Where have all the Guy’s gone?
MyMac Podcast 313

On September 30, 2010, in Podcast, by Tim Robertson

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It’s lonely over here!
Gaz finds himself with no one to play with, but whats this? The listeners save the day with two, yes read it, TWO Skype callers, and a review on the new iPod Nano from listener Jeremy North (Thanks Jeremy!).
Gaz responds to one of the Skype callers who asks a question about converting vCards into a txt or flat file format, Gaz has some brief thoughts about the copycats coming in with their iPad clones.
Don’t forget the discount from Ambrosia Plug in the discount code at checkout for 15% off ANYTHING at Ambrosia Software (PSSSST! The code is mymac15).
Tim’s new podcast is ALSO now out. If you liked OWCRadio, you’ll love TechFan!
Links:
Gaz and Guy on Twitter,feedback@mymac.com, or our Skype direct number 703-436-9501.
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