Pzizz for iPhone released

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by marcopolo007uk, Jul 2, 2009.

  1. macrumors member

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    Update- Now available [app]Pzizz[/app]



    Had an email from the developers of Pzizz. An iPhone app is to be released in July. What does Pzizz do?

    Used regularly, pzizz can help you to:
    • get a great night’s sleep
    • have more energy during the day
    • reduce stress levels
    • increase productivity and creativity
    • improve your overall health

    http://www.pzizz.com/

    The details I recieved were as follows....


    I use the desktop version to create 20 min "naps" on the iPod that I use daily at lunchtime, I sneak off to my car and basically have a 20 min nap which re-energises me for the rest of the day. Having a app on the iPhone will mean I dont need to create the tracks in advance, so I'll get a random track each time.

    Anyway, keep and eye out for it this month sometime.
     
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    Randman

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    When it's released, come back and tell us. Until then, no one really cares. Thank you.

    Update: OK, now it's out and the discussion can commence.
     
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    Ntombi

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    Seriously. What is the deal with all the posts about what may be available at some point, if the developer finishes it, if Apple approves it? :rolleyes: It's hard enough keeping track of the apps that are actually available right now, we don't need more useless chatter.
     
  4. macrumors member

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    Thanks for the heads up. I'm glad you posted this. Now I can keep an eye out for it!
     
  5. thread starter macrumors member

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    Pzizz has now been released. It's in the appstore at £1.79 sale price.

    [app]pzizz[/app]

    No more syncing a Pzizz playlist on my Mac for me!
     
  6. macrumors member

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    whats the difference between the sleep and relax modules?
     

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