The last five apps to discover
The Puy du Fou launches an augmented reality application, Thank you Business wants to facilitate networking on iPhone, MiniatureCam the tilt shift application on iPhone, SupdeWeb offers to test your web knowledge on Facebook, An application to quantify the cost of installing the optical fiber… Focus on five new applications.
Le Puy du Fou launches an augmented reality application
The amusement park, Le Puy du Fou, has just launched its mobile application. Available on Google Play and the App Store, it allows visitors to the park to be supported, with an information program as well as orientation. The application makes it possible to orientate oneself thanks to an interactive map, via a GPS guidance system with augmented reality functionality. As a reminder, the Asterix park had also recently launched an augmented reality mobile application.
Merci Business wants to facilitate networking on iPhone
Thank you Business is a new iPhone application whose objective is to boost and optimize your professional network. Marketed for € 1.59, this allows you to transform business cards into digital contacts on iPhone and also offers to send a thank you email following your meetings in order to extend this first meeting. In summary, the application here proposes to create a Follow-up system on iPhone.
MiniatureCam: the tilt shift app on iPhone
The new application MiniatureCam, developed by the Englishman John Jung, offers a tilt shift solution (tilt and shift) on iPhone. This allows its users to adjust different focus on their photos and videos and thus create a mock-up effect, with more or less blurred areas. The application is available on the App Store for € 1.59. According to some users, MiniatureCam is the application of Tilt Shift most effective on iPhone.
SupdeWeb offers to test your web knowledge
The SupdeWeb school recently launched a new application Facebook. Fun, it offers to test the knowledge of its users on the web. The quiz thus offers 10 targeted questions that must be answered in 20 seconds. At the end of the questionnaire, Internet users can see where they stand in the general ranking and assess their level compared to that of their friends. In its press release, the school ironically states that this application “does not replace the motivation interviews and recruitment exams that take place until the start of the school year” …
An application to quantify the cost of installing optical fiber
Arcep launched last Friday a new web application allowing local authorities to assess the cost of installing optical fiber. Available since May 7, it offers a “cost model that simulates fiber optic deployments (FTTH) from detailed geographic information”. This will allow decision-makers to assess what it would cost to build a network up to the immediate vicinity of all the housing units in a given area.