Development of in-house products never comes as a project planned in advance, as the main direction of NIX Solutions is custom software development. In many cases our products for the end user evolved as derivatives of large-scale projects or as the result of our experiments with new platforms, technologies and frameworks.
Here you can get our own mobile applications from NIX Solutions. Our iPhone and Android Development Teams created a bunch of nice apps indispensable to your daily life. Some of the apps described below are available for iPhone, Android and Bada platforms. Before attending the AppStore or Google Play all of the applications pass through a qualitative testing so you should never doubt if to download.
This mobile application is made for the ones who love comfort and convenience. Read your favorite books in various formats, translate unknown phrases, and download books with a couple of taps.
It is one of the most convenient apps for reading ebooks in .epub, .fb2, .html, .txt and documents in .pdf, .rtf, and .doc on iPhone and iPad. With uBooks you get an integrated translator and autoscrolling features.
This app was created to make the process of packing simple and trouble-free. With uPackingList you can create unlimited number of lists, customize catalogs, and even send them via email.
uFlowers helps you to take care of your home plants regularly. This app has a searchable built-in flower catalog, a to-do list with a convenient calendar for all flowers which you can synchronize for better convenience.
Family of our in-house apps is celebrating addition of a new member! Warm and friendly greetings to uLtiClock Widget! With this app you will literally keep pace with the time!
Now you have opportunity to find out the sex of your future baby with our uBaby application. It uses unique algorithms to predict if you’re going to have a boy or a girl.
Are you a fan of sudoku? Great! uSudoku is a wonderful game that helps to develop logic and attentiveness. Its beautiful interface and pleasant music will make you a real Japanese philosopher!