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Briefly: AnyFont 1.1, Exak Time 2.0 released for iOS

updated 11:11 pm EDT, Sun March 23, 2014

AnyFront 1.1 released, adds simplified font management

Font app AnyFont for iOS has released an update, v 1.1, offering users greater flexibility with font management. AnyFont allows users to install any additional font in TrueTypeFont (.ttf) or OpenTypeFont (.oft) format on one's iPhone or iPad. In v1.1.0, users can now install multiple fonts or multiple shapes of a font at once, add or delete multiple fonts to AnyFont as a ZIP archive in one step, and preview fonts in AnyFont's storage. Additionally included are bug fixes, including a remedy to a localization issue. Available for $2, AnyFont can be downloaded through iTunes.



ExakTime Mobile 2.0 now available

Attendance system app for construction and field service, ExakTime, has received an update for iOS devices. Enabling simplified management of remote employees and crews, ExakTime now features a new GPS-enabled oversight option. Supervisors can view a map displaying the clock-in coordinates of all company employees who have punched in via ExakTime Mobile, confirming workflow. Its GPS geofencing functionality confirms that workers have clocked in at the correct location or job site, and its FaceFront Biometrics component captures a photo during clock-in and clock-out, eliminating punching done by those other than the employee.




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