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Education Apps, iPhone, iPod, iPod Touch
Developer: Lord Norlan Mumar
We’d probably wonder why Lord Norlan Mumar, a programmer, would create a school/classroom-related iOS application, TeachMate. It’s because he used to teach computer science subjects at one of the universities in Cebu, Philippines. So teacher plus code is equal to sensible mobile application that will make a teacher’s life easy, and turn routinary tasks into something delightful and exciting.
Simplifying attendance and score recording so that you can focus on what’s important – Teaching.
Following are few screenshots to give you a quick overview of how TeachMate works:
You can create class / classes.
Add students. It can let add students already created, or even copy the student list from another class.
Keep track of attendance.
Keep track of their performance.
In one glance, you have an overview of your students’ performance.
You can view more details about TeachMate at uipluscode.com.
John Michael Lozano
Entertainment Apps, Listing, Symbian
Developer: John Michael Lozano / Globe Labs (email@example.com)
Keep yourself up-to-date on your favorite TV shows with Couch Potato! View schedules, show info, previews and more. You can also check-in and write reviews. This app that JM Lozano built for the CodeSpark Program can now be downloaded for free in myGlobe. JM is one of Globe Labs developers who participated in the said program.
The Couch Potato app was developed to work on Series 60 phones–Nokia E63, E75; Nokia 5530 and related models; Nokia X3, X6; Nokia N8 and all Nokia S60 WRT compatible devices.
CouchPotato provides you a listing of Local Philippine TV channels with their corresponding schedules of TV Shows. This is a perfect companion for TV junkies.
You can share a TV show listing via twitter. Then, you can like a show. Then, you can also check-in to a show.
Then, you can find who checked-in, and like a TV show.
Listing, Shopping Apps, Symbian
Developer: Roman Canlas / Globe Labs (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kureeps is a mobile widget for Nokia devices that will help you find promos and discounts from restaurants and bars within Metro Manila. This app developed by Roman Canlas is another entry in the CodeSpark Program.
Kudos to Roman! The P25,000 prize money will surely be enough to avail different promos and discounts this holidays.
Kureeps!, I believe, is a play on the Filipino word “kuripot” which means thrifty / stingy in English since it provides you with a list of promos, discounts, and special deals run by different establishments in the Metro Manila.
Kureeps! -- Directory of Metro Manila Establishments offering discounts, promos, special deals
You can filter / search the discounts / promos by city.
It also provides a more detailed information about the deals and offers.
Android, Communications Apps, Listing
Developer: Galileo June Destura / Strokeware
Publisher: Globe Telecom
Android apps at AppStoreHQ
Globe Muzta! features:
- FREE PC to PC Voice Calls, Video Calls & Chat! (to other Globe Muzta! users)
- Get a FREE Globe Muzta! number upon registration
- Make Calls/SMS from anywhere in the world to Philippine Mobiles/Landlines at FLAT Local Philippine rates (P6.50/min and P1/SMS)
- Receive Calls/SMS from family/friends in the Philippines (using Globe, Tattoo and TM) at local Philippine rates (P6.50/min and P1/SMS)
- Conveniently reload your account via different load channels (Prepaid Load Cards, AMAX, Credit Card)
With Globe Muzta, you can call and text from abroad with Philippine standard call and text rate — Php 6.50 per minute for call, and Php 1.00 per text. If you use it to call a Globe and Touch Mobile number from abroad, check here for a list of different on-line reloading partners of Globe.
Muzta, being published by Globe, has been widely promoted. Following is the Globe Muzta Android app TV ad as endorsed by Pokwang.
Games, iPhone, iPod Touch, Listing
SOW – Kuyi Mobile is an iPhone / iPod touch game application, which is more or less similar to farmville or farmtown where you have to sow / plant and harvest your plants.
This is my 3rd paid iPod touch / iPhone made by Filipino developers. It’s worth it because it’s fun and can be really addictive.
I’m not really good at this thus my ugly looking pots of plants. I’m just learning the game and its mechanics since I have not tried playing farmville. But it sure is addicting.
This is created by a Philippine-based iOS developer, Erick Garayblas of Kuyi Mobile.