When Apple introduced the iPhone 2.0 software a couple months ago, RustyBrick was eager to sign up. We became an iPhone developer and quickly began developing software for iPhones and iPod Touch devices. There is no doubt in our mind that mobile is the future of the Internet and that the iPhone will help lead the way to the future of mobile.

Our first iPhone Application is named Siddur, it is basically a powerful Jewish weekday prayer book. Not only does it have prayers, it also contains real time Zmanim or prayer times for each day, leveraging the iPhone's GPS technology. We also utilized our database skills and plugged in a Minyanim database that will help you find nearest synagogue. A Luach or Jewish Calendar will aid you in your prayer services.

We also built, what we call, a Parking Meter for the iPhone. It helps you know when that meter is going to run out via SMS messaging and it also helps you remember where you parked. Add that to Expecting, an iPhone app that helps expecting parents go through the process of pregnancy with pictures, notes, helpful tips and much more.

We continue to build out iPhone applications for the public to use. You can see all our public iPhone applications at rustybrick.com/iphone. We also build out custom iPhone applications for third-party companies. Anything from neat ideas to custom applications for your mobile business. If you are interested, feel free to contact us.

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posted by Prixicell on: Oct 15, 2010 11:39am

Beautifull theme, but I don't like the lock screen theme, I tried to change it whit one of my pictures from my gallery but it doesn't work... Is it possible to change only the lock screen image?