We design and develop Apps for smartphones and tablets, both iOS and Android.
We’re continually developing new ideas. Nothing like a good challenge!
eHealth is a new tool to improve the quality of life of citizens.
It can include different types of applications, such as software to help healthcare professionals in their decision-making.
We love games, puzzles, photography... And if we add innovative technology such as Augmented Reality or image processing, we can achieve original and fun products.
Take a look at our Portfolio, where you can see what we have published so far.
This is about killing flies, mosquitos and all those nasty insects that wakes you up at night.
Stand up, turn ON the sound and press PLAY!. Your iOS device will become a high-tech Fly killing simulator powered up with augmented reality.
Train your reflexes and master the noble art of killing flies.
Transform your home videos into cool looking vintage videos with all the effects available.
Everything runs on the phone (no need for network connection), it's optimized for speed and battery consumption.
We have added some really nice effects:
Remember the other day when I lent you that CD? And that time when you lend me some money? Who did I lend that book?
These are all questions that troubles people everyday.
We can help you to answer everything about what you have lent or borrowed: Who, What, When and Where.
Manage what you lend. Do it easily.
This App is intended for healthcare providers.
It contains recommendations intended to help health-care providers determine the safe use of contraceptive methods among women with various characteristics, habits and medical conditions.
Providers can select conditions according to the patient, and the App assigns automatically a category for each method. Generally speaking and with medical criteria, categories 1 and 2 permit the use of a treatment in any case or with some considerations and categories 3 and 4 advise against or forbid its usage. For more information consult this App or its documentation.
The recommendations and all information contained in this App, are based on the document "Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use, Fourth edition 2009" published by WHO ("World Health Organization"). Adaptations and modifications to update its contents has been made following the conferences of the "Sociedad Española de Contracepción" (Spanish Society for Contraception) and the CDC document "U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use, 2010".