Friday, January 1, 2010

10 Best iPhone Apps for Dog Lovers




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Dogs no doubt is man's best friends. App Store have plenty apps for dog lovers, and now we narrow them down and choose the best apps for dog lovers. Read more for those apps and leave comments if we have miss others nice apps for dog lovers.

1. iSqueek - Dog Squeak Toys ($1.99)
iSqueek is the first virtual squeak-toy that reacts realistically to your touch. Each toy compresses and expands utilizing the iPhone's unique touch screen and speaker capabilities. iSqueek includes 18 individual toys, each with its own unique action and sound. Press on a toy longer, or shorter, to create longer, or shorter, sound bursts and gain the attention of your dog. Choose from the many colorful squeak-toys to find the one your dog loves best. iSqueekwill remember which toy you last selected, so that a favorite squeak will always be ready with one touch.

2. Dog Show ($1.99)
Dog Show provides rich photos and detailed information on nearly 200 popular and rare dog breeds. With Dog Show, each dog breed is cataloged alphabetically (or by group) with a thumbnail image and breed name. Dog Show makes scrolling through nearly 200 dogs easy and intuitive! Users may search for a breed by selecting simple yet reliable lifestyle settings (e.g. likes children or prefers adults) or indicating desired physical attributes (e.g. floppy ears). Dog Show then provides a list of breeds that matches selected criteria. If you are planning to add a dog to your family, want to find a dog that suits your lifestyle, or simply have seen a dog and wondered what breed it is, Dog Show is the solution for you.

3. Fido Factor - Dog Friendly Guide (Free)
Fido Factor is the ultimate mobile guide to dog friendly locations in the SAN FRANCISCA BAY AREA, BOSTON, NEW YORK, and PORTLAND. If you have a dog and want to explore places with your pup, Fido Factor is the dog friendly application for you.

4. Hey Walkies (Free)
Where dog-lovers come together. Find great NYC doggy-parks. Connect with people. Share your favorite doggy snaps.

5. Puppy & Dog Trainer ($3.99)
Can one application really take your puppy or dog from chewing, barking misfit to star canine citizen? Yes! Puppy and Dog Trainer is the only iPhone application that uses professional dog training tips to guide you step-by-step on how to train your dog to do just about anything!

6. Dog Tricks – Best of 101 Dog Tricks ($2.99)
Dog training is one of those activities best done little and often, so having an app right on your phone with a dog log of training activity means if you have a spare 10 minutes you can fire it up, see the photo and video walk-through and give your pooch the chance to practice, whether it be simple tricks such as sitting, or circus-level dog skills like the hoop jump.

7. Dog-A-Log ($0.99)
If you’d like to know the difference between a bearded and border collie (“collie” comes from the Scottish word for a sheep-herding dog rather than suggesting one particular breed) then this reference app, that draws from Wikipedia info, will offer you just that, right in your hot little paw.

8. PetMinder (Free)
Make no bones about it — managing the needs of a dog requires organization. If you’re not naturally gifted with the o-skill, then try PetMinder which schedules reminders for events related to your pet, such as vaccinations, grooming, training sessions, play dates and more, with e-mail reminders available to give you the timely nudge you might need.

9. Off Leash (Free)
As dog owners will know, the most fun your furry friend can have, aside from sniffing other dog’s butts, is to be let off the leash to run riot in a dog park, in which case the former may well happen. In order to help you locate such places – regardless of your zip code – pet food maker Eukanuba’s “Off Leash” app locates the five nearest to your location and provides driving directions to get there. Walkies!

10. Dog Whistler Pro ($0.99)
Take control and teach your dog new tricks via this simple to use dog whistle. Quickly initiate a variety of frequency sounds via the dog whistle interface.

2 comments:

Chad said...

Great collection of iphone apps! I really love Hey Walkies!

Pssderrida said...

iSqueek is great thanks!

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