It’s the ultimate cool car game. It puts 3000bhp drag racing doorslammers vs ultra rare classics vs insane supercharged muscle cars vs highly strung drifting weapons and more. In what other game would you see a monster truck going up against a 1970s Formula 1 racing car? This is Cool Car Battles. Use your cunning to challenge your opponent, but there’s a twist. If you’re about to beat them, they might just challenge you back in a drift, drag or circuit race, car show or off-road event. Will you still win? (via Cool Car Battles | Judson Steel)
Update to Drift Legends just hit the store. Here is what’s new in version 1.10
- Retina support
- Gen 1, Gen 2 support
- iPod music playback
- New control options (2 button layouts, tilt & steering wheel)
- Tips & Hint screens
- Improved training
- Pause menu so you can change settings quicker (try out different steering modes)
- Global score ranking
- Performance improvements across all device generations
- Improved memory usage
- Reduced download size
#1 Paid Racing App In Just 3 Days (via Drift Legends Brings 25 Tracks In 5 Countries To iPhone; Jumps To #1 Paid Racing App In Just 3 Days)
The first in a series of performance car based wallpaper apps we have developed in conjunction with New Zealand Performance Car has just hit the itunes store.
The app contains high definition (HD) drifting photos for your iPhone or iPod touch – 35 stunning drift car pictures, including Mazda RX-7, Toyota AE86, Nissan Skyline, Nissan S15, Nissan Skyline and exclusive pictures of Mad Mike’s Batmobile. Click here to purchase directly from the iTunes store for only US$0.99.
All images are downloaded to your iPhone or iPod touch, so you don’t need an internet connection to view them once you’ve purchased them. Supports HD (retinal) display, as well as older iPhone/iPod touch.
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Bragging time … we developed a client/server solution for Hines Electrical. They use Infusion (accounting software) to manage their jobs, and had a very manual paper system in place.
We designed and built a server system that can query the Infusion jobs, and dispatch them to the appropriate electrician/technician. We also designed and built the iPad application that takes in the job, it shows the Technician where the job is located and allows them to add stock items and notes.
The stock codes are stored locally on the device. We have a system that allows the server to check for modified code in infusion and update the technicians iPads automatically.
The system has a number of reports it can generate as well. Accurate timesheets are generated each week, saving both the Technicians and the Office hours of work. Stock usage reports allow them to know how much stock they need to get in to restock the vans. Job audit report allows the office to query a job number and have shown on a map where and when the technician were in relation to the customer when the selected each different states of the job (Started, On Site, Completed).
This is the logo for my company - Judson Steel. We develop iPhone & Android Apps.
I decided to play on the Steel in our name and create a ladle pouring steel as our logo. Then decided I needed a detailed version, and recreated the whole logo as a vector adding greater detail to the molten iron and the ladle, so I can now run it at any size.
A detailed version of our logo.