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Pokelog – personal analytics app

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The problem with tracking applications is that they are all too specific. Pokelog comes in as a web and mobile application and it tracks anything you can put on a timeline. It’s that simple. Let’s say you want to track your weight, your bank account balance and how much miles you’ve ran/biked during the day. […]

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LO for Heello just got released!

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If you haven’t heard of Heello, it’s a pretty large social network run by Noah Everett, founder of the popular TwitPic service. Heello is online for almost two years now and it has over one million users. Recently, Heello released its own API, and the same team who built Rhino client stepped in – and created […]

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iPhone cube navigation concept

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New iOS projects are always fun to work on, especially when they require some new concept. I’m about to show you concept for iPhone application which uses gesture based navigation and it is presented in such way that user have feeling he is rotating a cube while changing views. App views you are about to […]

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Rhino gets a bit more mature with 1.1 update

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AppNet Rhino just started growing its second horn – we released the v1.1 update to the AppStore and you should be able to update your current installation. Since the begining of the September, when AppNet Rhino got released, we got some massive feedback from our users, as well as massive media interest. You could read […]

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