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3 Out-of-the-Box Ideas for Mobile Applications

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There is a common saying that time and tide waits for none. Technology can be added to this, which is advancing at a break-neck speed. Each day brings a new innovation, unique and distinctive. And thanks to Steve Jobs, mobile technology is seeing a revolution. Thinkers and developers are coming up with new ideas. Here are three unique out-of-the-box ideas which have changed the face of mobile application.

Perfumed Notifications
Sounds incredible? Well, till now receiving notifications have always been in form of sounds. You can either hear a ping or a ring in your smartphones when you receive notifications. But something innovative like using the smelling faculty does sound incredible. Talk to iBrandox and they will tell you about Scentee. Scentee is a new mobile app, which has been developed in Japan. This app has been developed by a company called ChatPerf. So, instead of sending texts, you can use different aromas to your friends for Facebook and Twitter notifications. How does this app work? You just need to load the liquid refill in the device. At the command of an app, it is mixed and is simply dispersed in the air.

There are three complimentary scent cartridges with this app. You will smell the roses every time; your loved one likes your new picture. You can choose between rose, strawberry, coffee, rosemary or lavender from the Scentee aroma packages. This is compatible with the Scentee app which is available in both iPhone app store and Google play store. The app can also be used to receive different messages through scents; like the smell of coffee can replace the noisy alarm or an apology note can be replaced by the smell of roses.

Are you being spied?
Your life is similar to Jason Bourne from the Bourne series. Maybe a hidden drone or a satellite is measuring your movements or spying on your activities. How can you ensure that you are absolutely free from all such devices? SpyMeSat, developed by Orbit Logic is the new iPhone app which will send you instant notifications if unclassified or spy satellites hover above your head to take secret images. This app provides real time over flight notifications and high resolution satellite images if you demand such notifications in your iPhone. In fact, if you request the imaging satellite to take a new picture, it will obey the command just for you. Professionals in iBrandox who have been in mobile application development for quite some time feel that this unique app is the first step towards maintaining privacy of individuals.

This app is the first of its kind to provide ready access to satellite imagery to anyone, including government and industry agencies. There is a dynamic map to provide you with information like orbit tracking and location of remote sensing satellites. By getting this information, you can prevent the satellite from knowing about your specific location. So, do not be paranoid and catch the random satellites which aim to spy on you!

The Dynamic Reality Helmet with 180 degree view
The days of Google Glass are numbered! Now you will have helmets with all the functionality of Google Glass. To up the ante, Skully, the Silicon Valley Company is no longer satisfied with providing the phone connectivity and navigation facilities; they are also creating a 180 degree rear-view camera. The new Skully AR 1 has smartly combined smartphone-pairing and voice controls with HUD. This helps to show turn-by-turn directions along with a comprehensive 180 degree view of what is behind the rider. According to iBrandox, this has been a unique and innovative device. The device is improvised in such a manner that the helmet completely eliminates all the blind spots. The helmet provides detailed navigation facilities, notification of texts; access to the music library, call connects as it is connected with the Android device and ability to do hands-free calls.

For better time management, there is a program guide for taking the right route. The lithium ion battery which helps the helmet to run has a greater longevity and can continue to function for nine hours without break. The helmet is designed in such a way that it meets both European E.C.E and U.S. Dot safety standards. This helmet has made its beta debut in 2013, but now is ready for primetime launch.

Check out these innovative apps which when connected to your smartphone will help you to have the world in your command!