Herm’s been a busy man lately. Tired of just releasing an app at a time he’s released two of them today. First up is Spin the Bottle. It’s a remake of the classic game…in your pocket:) Of course, with Herm you get a little more than expected. it features 6 different bottles and 5 backgrounds to choose from. Flick the bottle and watch it spin while you’re greeted with the Jeopardy music:) Use it for drinking, kissing, drinking, betting, drinking…hey, whatever floats your boat:)
Next up is AudioMeter which is a really well put together app to measure the noise levels in a surrounding environment. It tells you both the current levels as well as tracking the highest peak. you also get various modes including LED, analog and a bar graph (that can be a solid or line graph). I found out that I can make bodily noises above 100db with this:) I also learned that a subway in NYC is ridiculously loud no matter how you look at it. Oh and while I was at it I made a few
drinking bets with friends…there were no losers:)
Both apps feature what you’d expect from Herm – smooth graphics and a complete project…not a beta, not a near final version. These apps are very well tested and run beautifully. He’s packaged them both together – it’s $1.29 to get a license for both apps. And both are written for all screen resolutions – VGA, WVGA, QWVGA and QVGA. They’re available directly from Herm’s site and for such a nominal price it’s a great deal.