Thursday, May 12, 2016

Map gives error in What's Shaking

We are aware of an issue with the map causing an error in the What's shaking app. This affects both android and iOS versions. We will be working on a fix shortly but estimate it could take several weeks. Thank you for your understanding and patience. The webOS version is no longer supported.

UPDATE May-15-2016: The Android Version has now been fixed. Please download the new version from the Play store. The error has to do with a change in the map provider API. The iOS version will be fixed shortly.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

DocTray for iOS - is now available!

NEW!! The Windows App Doctray now ported to iOS


Get all the latest medical news with Doctray. Browse 50 up the top medical news sites and journals for the latest news. Doctray uses RSS Feeds to get you the latest news. Want to read more? Tap on a story name to expand it for a brief description. Want to read the entire article? Just tap the browser globe icon and the web page opens. Want to share the story? You can email it, facebook it, twitter it or text it right from the app! You can even customize and add your own RSS feed too if you wish.


Source: New feed

Friday, December 20, 2013

Techtray for iOS is finally here!!

Keep up-to-date on the latest news, entertainment, and technology headlines with TechTray! A RSS/Atom feed reader that allows you to quickly choose up to 50 feeds of the top technology, news and entertainment sites. Tap each story to get an expanded description without having to open the web page. Click on "web" globe icon below each story to open it up in the web browser. Email, Digg, Facebook, Twitter or Text a story to your friends! SMS option creates clickable links as does the Twitter option. SMS option now uses TinyURL to make clickable links.
(To use Twitter, Digg, and Facebook posting features, you should use your Pre's web browser to login to those sites first and choose the "remember me" option. You can close the browser once you have done so and post from TechTray).

ITunes link **HERE**


Source: New feed

Sunday, November 3, 2013

EZPulse for iOS (aka EasyPulse) - Now in iTunes for iOS

The long wait is over - EZPulse (aka EasyPulse) is now available for iOS. The same great application on Android, WebOS and PalmOS is now on iOS!!!

Search for "EZPulse" in the itunes store or visit this link (click here)


An educational tool used to determine heart rate. Simply count heartbeats using the start and stop and let EZPulse calculate the approximate heart rate! Don't have a wristwatch handy - don't worry, let EzPulse do the work.

Source: New feed

Monday, October 14, 2013

iOS version of Techtray - coming soon!! EDIT: Here now!

iOS version of Techtray - coming soon!! Doctray and EZPulse iOS (aka EasyPulse Android) coming soon!!

iOS apps:

Source: New feed

Sunday, September 22, 2013

iOS version of What's Shaking Slow - Fix coming soon!!


we've gotten feedback that the iOS version of What's Shaking is slow - for example on a iphone 4 running iOS 6 or 7.

This seems to be a problem with phonegap and webkit transformations - we've added some 3d rendering code and resubmitted the app. Look for a performance improvement soon as soon as the app is approved.

What's Shaking iOS no-ads version 1.7.2013
What's Shaking iOS free version 1.7.2013

will contain the fixes.

Source: New feed

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Gingerbread Android Support - added back Android 2.3 users

Gingerbread Android Support - added back Android 2.3 users - Sorry older Android phone users, our versions were incompatible until a fix was implemented on Sep 1 2013. An upgrade in the code sometime in July 2013 caused the issue.

Please update from the Google play store.

UPDATE: Also fixed is the missing menu key on JB android devices - use the "gear" icon to the right to access menu if you have no menu button on your device.

Source: New feed