I just Googled it and found some free codes on their Facebook page, they're probably all used but it's worth a try?
Free! | Facebook
Aw carnt find it in the APPs store
Been looking on my PC in itunes. Is it out in the Uk?.
The few codes there are all used up.
I went ahead and bought it.
Seems fun, and a little unstable on a coupe of the feeds.
But I like it.
Before thinking about posting a Star Trek related apps question, I had to check all posts all the way back, no point in starting a post if someone else already asked a similar question. Took me about half an hour to found this post. (Well, I got Windows 98 and dial up so it's bit slow.)
I have found some Star Trek related apps and wanted to list them, then ask if anyone know of any other apps I may have missed. So far, I have found the following:
App name (in italic) followed by developer.
LCARS Calculator - CedeSoft
LCARS Clock - CedeSoft
DiagnosticPADD - Park Bench Software LLC
iCARS Interface - Nick O'Neill
iScanner Tricorder - Adam McElhaney (more suited to iPhone/iPod)
STARSS - Christopher Kriens
Tricorder TR-580 - Matthias Schorer (more suited to iPhone/iPod)
Trek Quest HD - Matthias Schorer
LCARS Speed Block - Dei Machiavelli
The ones marked (more suited to iPhone/iPod) is due to the size of the app, maybe designed before iPad, but as most of you would know, any apps for iPhone can be used on iPad, in case you're interested anyway.
I wonder if anyone else had found any more since then?
I downloaded the iCARS Touch to give it a try, and this is just too cool for words.
Where can you get this? I can't find it on the app store or cydia.Originally Posted by tzimisce
Evidently, back in April 2011, the developer of these iCARS apps removed them from the App Store and they are no longer available for sale (or for free). It seems that CBS forced the developer to remove the apps from the App Store for copyright infringement.
So, you can't get them any longer. Sorry.
okay. C'est la vie, or whatever it is.Originally Posted by Mickey330