BunsenTech is proud to introduce Dynolicious Fusion. Dynolicious Fusion is a completely new product engineered from the ground up to take advantage of the lastest iOS technology.
BunsenTech is also rolling out a brand-new social network for automotive enthusiasts. Support for the new Dynolicious social network has been built into Dynolicious Fusion and allows users to share photos, stories, news, and their performance tests with other users.
Visit Dynolicious.com for more information
BunsenTech partnered with 60beat to develop the new 60beat GamePad. This innovative device is one of the first game controllers that brings the full console experience to iOS devices.
The controller features: two analog joysticks, a standard d-pad, and a host of triggers and buttons.
Read more about the GamePad or order one for yourself.
BunsenTech worked closely with SCT Performance on their new iTSX, which allows automotive enthusiasts the ability to tune their vehicle by changing the stock computer's programming.
The judges at SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) thought very highly of the product and awarded it the SEMA award for Best New Performance-Street Product.
Read more about the iTSX
Ford Motors worked with BunsenTech to build a mobile (iOS and Android) version of their 2012 Ford Mustang Customizer.
With the Mustang Customizer you can build a customized Mustang using 3rd party parts and custom colors, then send your Mustang into the fray to see if your Mustang looks better than others.
Get a copy for iOS
The entire team at BunsenTech feels a great sense of loss with the death of Steve Jobs. There is no doubt that BunsenTech would not exist without the vision of one of our generation's innovators.
Mr. Jobs was a unique genius in this world and his inspiration will be missed by many. The team at BunsenTech has always been inspired by his commitment to quality, and we will always try to build things that would have made him smile.
BunsenTech recently worked with Hartz and 4INFO to produce DogTalk, a cute entertainment app to advertise Hartz's new line of dog treats.
Grab a copy in the App Store
If you’re a Connecticut based company, you might be eligible for up to 15% tax credit if you use other Connecticut based companies as part of your project. For more information visit the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development site
Dynolicious is celebrating the end of 2010 with a major update. Today Dynolicious 3.0 arrived in the App Store. The core of the product doesn’t change much, but we’ve added support for multiple orientations (landscape and portrait), retina display support (to make Dynolicious look crisp on the iPhone 4), and support for themes (including the ability to download themes from the web).
Just in time for the holidays! Gizmodo ranked the best apps for Drivers. Dynolicious scored well with the Gizmodo staff, giving it top marks!
Meetup is a social networking service that facilitates offline groups for a common interest. BunsenTech recently created a Meetup group for the iOS (iPhone and iPad), to gather those interested in developing apps together.
We’ve been working with the team at Throwaway Horse on their Ulysses “Seen” graphic novel. We’re happy to report that the iPad version of Ulysses “Seen” is now available in the App Store as a free download. Ulysses “Seen” is an adaptation of James Joyce’s “Ulysses”, originally published in 1932. Robert Berry has adapted it, and Josh Levitas has worked his magic with ink and paper. BunsenTech took their hard work and wrapped high-tech solution around it.
2009 was a good year for BunsenTech, and it looks like 2010 is going to be even better. Between working on projects, we’ve expanded our office space and moved closer to Hartford, CT. We’ve also been lucky enough to now have a Margarita’s restaurant right next door, it’s a good thing that we’re all fans of Mexican food (and margaritas) here in the office.
Last week, we put the finishing touches on Light ‘Em Up Dyno, a special branded version of the Dynolicious engine that we’ve built for Bosch Auto Parts. We’ve been working on this with the great group at Team Detroit and Bosch. Make sure you grab your own copy in the App Store.
The team at BunsenTech watched Apple’s recent iPad introduction event with much anticipation. The iPad is a sibling to the iPhone and iPod, so all the skills of the BunsenTech team can easily be applied to iPad development. The iPad isn’t just a large iPhone, there are a host of new OS features and interface elements that are not available to the iPhone. Our team has been getting up-to-speed on the new capabilities of this wonderful device, and after a lot of serious studying, and a lot of testing we can faithfully claim that we are now iPad ready.
Just in time for the holidays, BunsenTech is releasing FridgeBuddy for the iPhone and iPod Touch. FridgeBuddy is a handy utility to help you track leftovers (or fresh foods) in your fridge (or you can track stuff in your freezer too). Don’t let your food go bad in your refrigerator, get a copy of FridgeBuddy.
As an iPhone application developer we are constantly asked if we build iPhone apps on contract for outside clients. The answer has always been “yes”, but today we make that point a little more clear with our iPhone Custom App Development overview on our web site. Our overview will help answer questions you might have regardless if you’re an inventor, industrialist, merchant, or marketer or ad agency. We’ve also included a list of our capabilities.
BunsenTech has recently updated Dynolicious with a number of exciting new features. Last month, Dynolicious was updated to 2.5 and brought limited data export via email as well as improved graphs showing additional timed run data. On Monday, Dynolicious 2.6 was posted to the app store, bringing Facebook and Twitter integration, along with bad-run detection and several other UI improvements. We think that Dynolicious continues to be the best-in-breed, and we’re excited at what we’re going to be able to bring to our users in the future.
It’s finally here! After months of hard work, the BunsenTech team released DynoStorm through the BlackBerry App World this week. DynoStorm uses the BlackBerry Storm’s accelerometers to measure the performance characteristics of your vehicle. Read more about DynoStorm or visit the BlackBerry App World to purchase a copy.
We’ve been hard at work here at the BunsenTech office. Although the Blackberry version of Dynolicious continues to take most of our time, we’ve been working on two other projects that have finally made it to the App Store. Introducing Dynolicious Log Box, the little brother to Dynolicious. With Dynolicious Log Box, you can now capture the raw data from the iPhone’s accelerometers and location data and import it to your desktop computer for analysis. BunsenTech’s first game, Freefall’n, was also recently posted to the App Store for sale. Freefall’n puts the excitement of skydiving into your iPhone, without messing up your hair. With it’s intuitive controls, you feel like you’ve just jumped out of the plane.
Dynolicious receives high marks in the February issue of Road and Track magazine. Road and Track profiles three accelerometer-based performance systems (a stand-alone system, Dynolicious, and an in-car computer). Dynolicious shows how well it stands up against dedicated accelerometer-based performance hardware.