On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.
Peak has released AR Flashcards Abraham Lincoln, their new augmented reality app for iOS devices. Users can place a full sized Abraham Lincoln on the ground and watch him recite the Gettysburg Address. Users can also place doorways on the ground and step through them with their device to suddenly be transported to real historical places that Lincoln grew up in. AR Flashcards Abraham Lincoln is free, but does tout in-app purchases.
Jumsoft has updated Money, their popular personal finance management app for macOS, to version 5.3.
The software offers a system designed to help you keep control of your financial life. You can oversee your account balances, track your income and spending, keep budgets, and so much more. Version 5.3 offers direct downloads, local data backups, cryptocurrency support, and more under-the-hood improvements.
Money 5.3 is available as a free download on Mac and iOS app stores. Users of earlier releases of Money 5 will automatically receive a Money Standard activation for a lifetime of unlimited accounts and transactions free of charge, and will be able to opt-in for the Money Premium plan with direct downloads separately.
CS Odessa has announced a new Process Flowcharts Solution for ConceptDraw Pro. The new samples and library objects expand a set of tools and features for the software to allow users to diagram business process scenarios.
The new edition of Process Flowcharts Solution includes the CH-1 Business Process Modeling Notation to graphically describe the steps of a business process . It’s available in Solution Park at no charge to owners of ConceptDraw Pro 11, which retails for $199 per end user license and is included in ConceptDraw Office 4, which retails for $499.