Spartadata has released Billing: Credit Card Terminal, its new application for the iPhone and iPod touch. Billing is a wireless point of sale terminal application, offering tax and tip inclusion, support for Authorize.net accounts, including built-in account setup, signature capture using the touchscreen, instant receipt dispatch via email, earnings and transaction statistics, secure HTTPS transactions, and more. Billing: Credit Card Terminal is available now from the App Store and sells for $20.
Cinemek has introduced Hitchcock, its first application for the iPhone and iPod touch. Hitchcock is a mobile storyboard and pre-visualization composer designed for use by directors, directors of photography, producers, writers, animators, and others who want to visualize a story. The app feature the ability to add and arrange images as panels, set durations for each in minutes, seconds, or frames, multi-touch gestures for markups such as dolly, track, zoom, and pan, the ability to add audio clips, notes, and scene descriptions to each panel, and more. Hitchcock is available now and sells for $20.
Gx5 has debuted qStatus, its new application for the iPhone and iPod touch. Based on Efiko Software’s jailbroken Twitter app qTweeter, qStatus provides a simple, single-screen interface for updating to both Twitter and Facebook simultaneously, or to only one service. Other features include support for updates longer than 140 characters through a Tweet Long feature, support for TwitPic and TwitVid with an in-app camera button, the ability to update with your currently playing music, customizable backgrounds, and more. qStatus is available now and is priced at $1.
Berbie Software has released RaceBunny, its first application for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. RaceBunny is a GPS sport companion, designed to work with the company’s TrailRunner route planning and journaling application for Mac OS X. RaceBunny receives routes from TrailRunner to display on the iPhone’s map, with a carrot that moves along the trail at a pre-selected pace. The app can then record the user’s route, sending the information back to TrailRunner for analysis of distance, speed, and altitude. RaceBunny is available now as a free download from the App Store.