Miami, FL – Dynadel today is pleased to announce the release of a new version of the original “Ovulation Calendar” for iPhone and iPod touch. The Ovulation Calendar application helps you determine your fertile days of the month, so you can either achieve or avoid pregnancy. It also maintains a list of your symptoms during the cycle, your BBT chart and your weight chart among other features.
Nothing says “I love you” like bacon – nothing. Every mouthful broadens that love, expands that ‘you’; every strip a pig sluffs for Valentine’s Day returns like the frim fram sauce. iBacon, the virtual cook ‘n eat app for the iDevice which has sizzled on touch screens the world over since last fall, is turning up the heat for Valentine’s Day in a Twitter contest which is sure to get hot. While I’ll let the contest rules drain after the gap, the prize’ll get served here. If you win the Twitter contest, you win 2lbs of bacon! Yep, that is a full aught 8 or so kilograms of the sizzling stuff for Valentines!
Contest rules and app info after the gap:
Do you want to lose weight? Do you spend hours every day carefully writing down what you ate? Do you forget stuff? Well, have we got an app for you! Have we? Introducing – Foobi – Track and Balance Your Diet – the space age way designed to make tracking your daily diet just that bit easier.
It’s not much of a stretch to say that today is a rugged rebuff to the senses. From home life to work life, everyday can be as taut as hell. Deepak Chopra, a guru of physical and mental healing, has partnered with Signal Patterns to bring Stress Free to the App Store at a timely juncture.
If you are into performance (and I know you are), iHeartrate may be your calorie cutter, your tummy trimmer, your paunch pruner. It may well be. It tracks personal statistics such as target heart rate, BMI, age (don’t let this one out), weight, and height to estimate an optimal heart rate for your exercise routines (or in my case, typing drills).
A vast section of the App Store is dedicated to personal health: apps for malignant mole detection, for the monitoring of body weight fit, etc.; each fitting snugly alongside hundreds of their brethren. And in that group is the first aid group which includes demonstrations, videos, and how-to’s. Only one of that number, however, lets you administer CPR to your iDevice. PocketCPR either coaches or recuses your CPR efforts by detecting your methods with the inbuilt-accelerometer and some lovely programming.
If you get strange looks while pile-driving your iPhone, say that you are practicing medicine: when an emergency calls, you alone may be fit enough to lend a helping hand. NOTE: PocketCPR hasn’t been ratified by the U.S. FDA.
App Description and screenshots after the gap.
I wouldn’t characterise the average heavy iPhone user as the abnormally spry, outdoorsy type, but I may be wrong. Still, apps like LoveMySkin (LMS) have their place in a market whose sofa-loving constituents, too, are affected by their environment. So, just in time for winter in the norther hemisphere, LoveMySkin, an app which helps the fair-skinned discover, track, and monitor their blemishes, debuts for the few freckle-freaks in the south. If it weren’t obvious already, LoveMySkin won’t prevent skin cancer. Firing LoveMySkin up in the heat of an Aussy sunstorm ain’t gonna keep you safe. However, tracking changes on your body is something you should do and I applaud Steven Romej for releasing LMS for the frugal price of 99 cents. It seems that he also has a bulk sale price for dermatologists.