iambic has released its first two applications for Android-powered phones. GoogHelper is a mobile search launcher and Tipper is a split tip calculator.
GoogHelper is a utility that helps users quickly launch various searches, such as Google, Amazon, Wikipedia, and Yahoo!
Tipper is used when dining out with friends and family. It calculates a round total amount based on the percentage each person wishes to tip, and evenly splits the total amount between 2 or more payers.
These application sell for $4.95 each.
In the near future, iambic plans to release an Android version of EzQuote, its portfolio-tracking software.
More information is available on iambic’s website.
These may be iambic’s first Android applications, but this company has been making mobile software since 1994. It develops for Palm OS, Windows Mobile, Symbian, and BlackBerry smartphones
Its best-known application is Agendus, which is available for a variety of mobile platforms. There is no word yet on whether there’ll be version for Android, though.