Dublin, OH, 09-Feb-2017 — /EPR INTERNET NEWS/ — MaximumSoft Corp. today released new version of its popular app iSaveWeb Lite – free website download tool for iOS devices.
iSaveWeb Lite saves websites pages directly to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app gives instant access to stored web pages anytime, anywhere, no Internet connection is needed. With iSaveWeb Lite there is no need to bookmark favorite pages anymore, just save them to your device and view them offline.
Saved pages can be sorted by Date, Domain name, or Title. The information is stored directly on the device. Pages can be saved either from iSaveWeb Lite browser, or directly from Safari browser (when using Safari Share menu, or special bookmark).
Use iSaveWeb Lite to store favorite web sites, online books, news, pictures, study materials – everything that can be seen in Safari browser.
iSaveWeb Lite is available in 6 languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Russian and Spanish.
This free app can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
Palo Alto, CA, April 02, 2015 — /EPR INTERNET NEWS/ — Stanford student Jerming Gu, founder of CANDY HOUSE Inc., raised more than $800,000 dollars after his product launch on Kickstarter. Sesame – the world’s first instant smart lock – reached its funding goal in nine hours when first introduced. Currently, nearly 5,000 supporters have backed the project.
Sesame allows users to lock and unlock their doors using the Sesame app on their smartphones. It is the only smart lock that syncs the movement of the lock with the phone, providing exact control of the angle to which the lock turns.
Gu is a mechanical engineering master candidate from Stanford University. Originally from Taiwan, Gu is someone who usually thinks outside the box. Disruptor, troublemaker, entrepreneur, as he calls himself.
“There has got to be smarter ways to live our life,” Gu said.
Gu said he got the idea for smart lock due to his experience living in Asia where technology is relatively less developed.
With five-patented design, Sesame works with just about any deadbolt in the world. Users can install it in seconds, without replacing existing lock or removing anything. Current model is optimized for US/Canada/northern Europe Markets.
CANDY HOUSE also offers optional access point, which connects Sesame to the Internet when plugged into any nearby outlet. It lets users control Sesame wherever they are.
With Internet connection capability, users can allow guests in remotely. They can also control who has access and when. To ensure safety, the Sesame app also sends out a notification whenever the door opens or closes.
About CANDY HOUSE
Founded and developed by Stanford University students, CANDY HOUSE, Inc. is a candy store that sells dreams, putting the joy and surprise of innovative technology in the hands of consumers, just like candy. It is also a design house, developing and manufacturing products that inspire a minimal lifestyle. It launched its first product – Sesame, the world’s first instant smart lock – in February 2015. For more information about CANDY HOUSE, Inc., visit the site online or follow it on Facebook or Twitter.
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BigDayBliss is set to be the first service of its kind, offering a free social gateway for Brides and Grooms to share, plan and connect with local, national and worldwide network of wedding companies.
Unlike anything else on the market, BigDayBliss will incorporate an award-winning Website and App, providing companies selling wedding products free and instant access to their ideal target market. The service offers a perfect platform for a business to engage with consumers and promote individual products by making a profile for brides, bloggers, celebrities, grooms and industry experts to explore and share.
Businesses build their online profile at Bigdaybliss.com and create an interactive, user-friendly catalogue of every product they have to offer. Brides and Grooms to-be can then construct their complete wedding by searching the endless database of products, connecting with other users to gain inspiration. They can “bliss” their favourite items, in order to build a wish list.
Although the website and App do not launch until next year, businesses and wedding service providers will have the opportunity to sign up for this one-of-a-kind service, free of charge. By registering early, companies beat their competitors to the market and can build an extensive portfolio which, when the service is launched, will appear to potential customers from day one.
As well as offering instant access to a niche audience, BigDayBliss provides an interactive showcase for a portfolio of products, in the setting of real weddings. After their big day, newlyweds publish their own photos to create a professional online album. This efficient interactive catalogue is an unmissable opportunity for any business in the wedding industry. Bridal recommendations and albums showing specific products in action will provide a boost to P.R.
Coming in early 2013, companies can be among the first to register by visiting BigDayBliss in order to take full advantage of its free gateway to the people who matter.
SEO experts Queryclick.com thinks Google is on the right track with plans to sell education software through its app store.
Always a company keen to look ahead for potential expansion, it’s been revealed that Google is planning to sell education software through its app store.
The industry for online learning products in the USA has been predicted to reach a value of as much as $5 billion in coming years, and recent reports that Google has been talking to educational software companies suggest the search king is eyeing a slice of the educational-pie.
Google App Marketplace already has games and instruction tools for teachers but the online powerhouse is said to be in the process of luring new developers onboard, to help it broaden its offerings. This would allow outside developers to market their products to educational establishments and would be a new venture for the search engine, which already works with schools by providing teachers and students with free software.
Google is wise to continue looking for ways to remain relevant, said a spokesperson for SEO company Queryclick.com. “Google didn’t get where it is today by sitting back and letting new innovations roll over it. Time and time again we’ve seen the search giant snap up start ups or established players in markets that are set to heat up.
“What’s more, apps are where it’s at right now, largely thanks to Apple and the original iTunes model, so it seems sensible for Google to find ways to offer unique content and applications to users.”
If Google’s foray into educational apps is successful, it could provide the company with a substantial new revenue stream, but could also prove invaluable when it comes to netting new customers for the company. By giving Google products prominence at an education level, the Mountain View giants could build brand recognition at an early age and ensure it remains relevant for the next generation of internet users.
Speaking of the initiative, Google’s business development manager for education, Obadiah Greenberg, said: “If we can provide access to education apps to our 10 million users in thousands of schools, then that would be a win all around.”
Queryclick agreed with the view that Google could be making a tactical brand movement as well as a revenue driven one, explaining: “For Google, brand is incredibly important and, despite hanging on to the title as the biggest search engine, it can’t afford to sit back. Recent news that Facebook has overtaken the search giant as the most popular site for American users is sure to have the company searching for new opportunities, and the educational business could be the perfect opening.
Digital experts Queryclick.com says Microsoft are brave to step into Google’s Android territory, but it’s a risk that could pay off.
With the recent release of its Bing app for Mobile Android, Microsoft proved it isn’t afraid of getting its hands dirty when it comes to the battle for smartphone supremacy.
The launch of Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 may have shaken up the playing field, but the software company has clearly been diversifying its efforts in an attempt to capture as many potential customers as possible – even if it is using competing hardware.
While the software company first launched the Bing app a few months ago, it was originally only available to Verizon Wireless customers. Perhaps this partial roll-out was a way for Microsoft to test the water, but if it was it seems the experiment has been deemed a success, as the app is now to be rolled out across Android.
A spokesperson for SEO company Queryclick.com revealed the belief that steps like this could give Bing the foothold it so desperately needs to gain more search market share. “Microsoft is still a software powerhouse, there’s no doubt of that, but the last year or two have been difficult for them in many ways.
“By failing to make the initial impact hoped in both the search and mobile markets, faith has been shaken somewhat. However, some of the features offered by Bing are great and are likely to continue to appeal to people who are happy to be re-educated when it comes to the search experience.
You’ve landed at your destination and it’s time to go through passport control and customs. Everyone knows that queasy feeling: please do everything right, hope they understand me, please no complications… With your phrasebook it’ll be over in a flash, and you’re on to the next challenge. Does the taxi driver understand me? Has it all gone smoothly with the hotel booking? No need to worry if you download the right iSayHello courses to your iPhone or iPod Touch f r o m the App Store. Offline and in your own time, even on the flight, you’ll be able to play back phrases for your holiday destination, and learn a few key words to be able to confidently handle common speaking situations.
The iSayHello language courses are specifically aimed at users with little or no foreign language skills. Many phrases and sentences are recorded by professional native speakers, and can be played back as many times as you require. What’s more, iSayHello for the iPhone will always be nearby, so that even in difficult situations, the phrasebook will be where you need it most – in your hands. “With the Favorites feature, you can put together personalized and quickly available selections of important sentences,” says Peter Heinz, Managing Director at language software development specialists Admovi.
With the tutorials Arriving, Welcome, Hotel, Shopping, Eating Out and Emergency, you’ll have a comprehensive basic vocabulary for spontaneous communication, and can travel with ease and confidence. We’ve even included a tutorial called Flirt. iSayHello is already available in English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Polish and Chinese. Reading and speaking in the Chinese course is supported with clearly displayed phonetic characters, aiding learning immensely.
“The ‘Best’ award f r o m iPhone Apps Plus for a number of our phrasebooks, such as for our Spanish and Italian language courses, is confirmation of the high quality of our voice software for the iPhone and iPod Touch. We provide communication solutions that can be used anytime and anywhere in this globalized world,” says Peter Heinz. iSayHello language courses are also in development for other smartphones. If you don’t have an iPhone or iPod Touch, you can go to http://www.travel-dictionary.com and download the language course for your mp3 player, or simply complete the tutorials directly on the Internet.
Easy, just download iSayHello f r o m the iTunes App Store iTunes App Store, and you’ll never again be left speechless on your vacation. A perfect holiday companion.