Monday, April 12, 2010

Cube on the iPad and iPhone - bitrzr on the news

These last two weeks have been very busy for us.

We released an iPad/iPhone Cube client app on the app store that was one of the 15 business apps chosen by Apple for the iPad launch.

Pedro was interviewed by Vitor Domingos for thenextweb. (portuguese, Google translation here)

The Cube iPad dev experience was featured at Dr Touch blog.

Tek Sapo also did a piece on iPad portuguese apps launching with the iPad worldwide debut. (translation here).

Forbes considered Cube's iPad app one of 10 Must-Have iPad Apps For Professionals

"Forgetting a taxi receipt or business lunch can get you into trouble when it comes time to fill out your montly T&E report.Cube, which works with your existing Google ( GOOG - news -people ) or Gmail accounts just might be your saving grace. This minimalist app (no fussy design elements here) is an easy way to keep track of time, travel and money. Freelancers, especially, can benefit from Cube's feature that tracks different projects, tasks and clients..." - Forbes

ChannelWeb also considers the iPad Cube one of the 10 great business apps!

"A simple application for task and project management and expense tracking." - ChannelWeb

InformationWeek considers Cube on the iPad one of the 4 best productivity tools:

"Cube for iPad lets users track expenses and time spent on projects quickly and easily.
You can assign an item to a project or a task within Cube, and tie it to an expense or a date. Cube uses a scrolling wheel interface for changing the date. Maybe it's overkill, but it feels a little like playing a slot machine.
Cube uses Google Docs, so your tasks and projects and expenses are tied directly into a Google calendar." - InformationWeek

Tugatronica also mentions Cube here. (translation here)

And finally Yahoo! here.

You can watch a video of Cube on the iPad here.

So what's next? Stay tuned... ;)

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