Portland Open Studios is going full steam with artists homes open this weekend and next. This is the third year in a row there’s an iPhone/iPad app. Mindwarm Incorporated developed the first app in a way artists addresses and artwork images could be easily added, so this is the second recycled release of an all-new app. Check it out here.
Swip is the premium contact sharing program for iPhone and iPad and lets you customize your contact information with profiles you can quickly select. SwipSwap is the FREE entry-level peer-to-peer contact sharing program which does not have the premium multiple profile feature.
Swap contacts with people you don’t even know! (But only in-person.)
You can find Swip here.
You can find FREE SwipSwap here.
Another iOS AddTo Travel app is upon us.
AddTo Italy with photos from Florence, Venice and Rome is now available in the iTunes App Store. You can find it here.
You have to admire the AddTo guys who keep finding interesting places and photos for us to indulge in. Create your own map with photos and notes. Be the Earnest Hemmingway of your generation and travel and write using AddTo.
Portland Open Studios has come and gone for 2011 where 100 artists shared their homes and studios and art with the public.
The iPhone and iPad universal app is still available and you can find it here.
If you do want to see some of the art you missed and catch up on what Portland Open Studios is about, get the app. Be sure to check out the About page, at the bottom it says quite accurately that “This app developed by John Roberts of Mindwarm Incorporated.”
AddTo Honolulu is now available. You can find it here.
AddTo Oahu is also now available. You can find it here.
It’s been awhile since there have been new AddTo apps. That’s because the Mindwarm engineers behind the scenes have been doing consulting projects and engineering other technology yet-to-arrive, but in progress nonetheless.
So sit back and take a vacation to Hawaii on your iPhone and iPad with AddToTravel apps.
Why does Apple reject apps? Perhaps some don’t work, others don’t conform to user-interface guidelines, still others might be controversial e.g. WikiLeaks app. How about because they didn’t like an icon in your app? The icon here caused a Mindwarm iPhone app to be rejected. You can read more about this story here.