The American Window Cleaner Magazine is the industry icon to the professional window cleaner and the window cleaning industry. The magazine reaches 30,000 people across the window cleaning, building service contractor, and janitorial sectors both online and in print in the US, Canada, and UK markets.
Issue March/April 2017 covers the Doing Windows app.
The on-the-go app for small business Window Cleaners!
Keep records up to date while doing your rounds.
Setup your window cleaning territory and your product pricing.
Keep details of all your customers. Plan the jobs you do for them. Your weekly todo-list is generated automatically. Tick off the jobs that are finished and keep track of the payments to receive.
View current week's job list and look ahead for upcoming weeks.
View your received payments with group totals by week or by month.
View your customer's payment history.
You can backup your data via iTunes (using Apps > File Sharing when you have your iOS device connected).
This is not an app for a web based system with a monthly fee. Just one single purchase for unlimited use!
The update is available for download at the Apple App Store.
The new version comes with a scoring system. Get points by getting a treat for your bunnies, but there is a small catch - they cannot move while eating - which introduces an extra challenge. Think of the mad doctor. He has been updated too. When you see him he might seem harmless just wandering about, but be aware of his swiftness when he spots a bunny!
Version 2.0 has Game Center integration and there are four achievements to earn. Saving and loading games has been improved too.
Can you make it to the finish and free all bunnies?
Are you a bit into puzzle games? Then you will like my very first game release - Bonded Bunnies.
Rabbits are secretly being subjected to abominable experiments by the evil Dr. Druchs. A group of test rabbits have been injected with a type of drug that has a number of side effects the evil doctor does not know about. These bunnies have an increased level of intelligence and awareness, and can combine their thoughts. They managed to escape from their cages and now need to find their way out of the laboratory.
The only way out is via the basement and along the way a few bunnies join the group.
The arrow keys will simultaneously move all the bunnies on a level, except those whose paths are blocked by a wall or another bunny. Each level will be a hazardous maze that is completed by getting all the bunnies to an exit. However, if a bunny is caught by a dangerous hazard on the way, then he dies and the level must be replayed.
Can the Bonded Bunnies find their way to freedom through 22 levels?