Hands free device
TeleTweet makes it incredibly easy to type in tweets without looking at your phone. You can seamlessly type tweets with one finger on the paddle, once you learn Morse Code of course. TeleTweet was created as a novelty application to showcase our love for Steampunk design, while providing a unique twitter client that encourages you to type in tweets using Morse Code.
Learn morse code
If you don't want to learn Morse code, you can fall back to entering tweets using the standard keyboard you have come to love. Although, you never know when knowing a little Morse code could save your life...such as being ship wrecked off the coast of California, having to send S.O.S. because your satellite Internet connection has gone down. Turn TeleTweet into landscape mode, and watch your tweets come through in real-time, as the ticker tape rolls..
One finger on the paddle
Send tweets with one finger on the paddle. Watch your real-time twitter feed come in on the ticker-tape. Learn Morse code. Impress your friends with your ability to code in Morse.
Steampunk design by IconFactory. Save your own life some day. Replace your keyboard with TeleTweet to send tweets. Compete with your friends with the speed at which you can bust out a new tweet.
Ticker tape machine
Turn your phone into landscape mode and receive your tweets on a circa 1869 Ticker Tape Machine designed by Thomas Edison. Watch your tweets come to life as they scroll across the screen in both Morse Code and human readable text.
Kid Safe YouTube!
Gube provides an ever growing, searchable list of kid-safe YouTube videos, organized into age-appropriate categories to provide hours of enjoyment to your kids of any ages.
Need a break from parenting?
Need a slight break from your ever demanding role of parent? Put Gube to the test as you try to enjoy just a few minutes of sanity while out for family dinners. Gube was built by parents for parents, and then name is even derived from Chad's toddler.
Kid Safe YouTube
Let your kids search our kid-safe videos without worrying that they will stumble onto something inappropriate. Select from age categories to customize the videos that are searchable. Age groups include, Infant, Toddler, Pre-school, and School.
Favorites and Featured
Create favorites from our list of videos, and play them continuously with the press of a button. Browse featured videos hand selected by our staff.
History and Suggestions
See a history of all the videos that your children have played. Suggest new videos to be added to our ever growing list of YouTube videos.
Facebook and Flickr photos delivered fresh daily
Have you ever thought what it would be like if you never missed even one photo from your closest contacts on Facebook and Flickr each day of the week? This is the concept behind Flickpad and why we went through the trouble of building it.
We wanted to come up with a new way to browse Facebook and Flickr photos so that every day, one can look at only those photos that have been added from your closest friends. We provide a killer interface to browse your contacts' photos for every day of the week, allowing you to choose favorites, comment / like photos, share with Facebook or Twitter, with sophisticated multi-touch gestures to navigate, photos, albums and contacts.
Stay up to Date
See new photos from your Facebook and Flick contacts every day of the week. A new way to browse your contacts timeline. Quickly stay up to date with friends photos. Social integration via Facebook and Twitter sharing.
Save favorite photos to your iPad. Favorite and Like the best photos
Look at high quality photos on Flickpad in full resolution.
Be Mindful, Live in the present
Think Deep Thoughts by Chad Podoski... This was the first iPhone application that we built when the iPhone was first release. The idea behind the Now is to send yourself a number of reminders throughout the day, to live more in the present, and to be mindful of your life.
Unstress your life
It's really easy to let the stresses of life make one lose touch with what is really important, and the Now strives to be a constant reminder of how to better live ones life... in the present. There is also a possibility that Chad built this application to remind Jason to live more in the Now, but this has neither been confirmed nor denied.
Receive daily reminders to be mindful and to live in the present multiple times per day via notifications. Choose the frequency and number of days that you want to receive notifications.
Reminders are sent via push notifications to your phone periodically throughout the day
Live in the Present
Notifications show up along side all of your other notifications that you have turned on so that you never miss any reminders to live your life more in the present.