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Photo Map

published August 2019

Photo Map uses your photos to tell the story of the places you’ve visited. Your trip photos are found automatically and combined together on the map to create a beautiful composite of all the places you’ve been. Acquired in January 2023.

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AR Planes

published February 2018

AR Planes lets you discover nearby planes in augmented reality. It started as an award-winning hackathon project at Hack the North 2017 in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Aquired in August 2022.

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Inflation Calculator

published September 2014

Inflation Calculator converts dollar values across the years, with data from 1800 to now. It supports 22 international currencies and is available in 14 language. It also has a companion app for Apple Watch.

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acquired May 2019

Window is an intermittent fasting tracker that lets users track their daily eating window and log their weight. Window has a companion app for Apple Watch, and works with Siri. It was acquired by a health-focused mobile development firm in May 2019.

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published November 2015

T-Squared was an iOS client for Georgia Tech's learning management system. Students could access their classes, assignments, grades, and more. It was used over 2 million times before it was phased out in 2019.

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Rhyme a Zoo

published September 2015

Rhyme a Zoo is an interactive storybook app for kids that promotes early-childhood literacy, published by Augusta University. Players listen to classic rhymes and answer basic comprehension questions. Answering questions correctly gives them coins, which they can use to buy animals for their zoo.

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Brainy Phonics

published August 2017

Brainy Phonics is an educational game published by Augusta University. It teaches basic reading skills and word recognition. Players learn to recognize letter sounds and full words by playing quiz games and hearing classic rhymes.

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Food Sense

published March 2019

Food Sense, published by author Melanie Avalon, is an app to help users identify their food sensitivities and minimize potential food reactions. It features a searchable catalog of over 300 common foods and drinks.