Our Apps

Our apps (for the iPhone, iPad, Android tablets/phones and Windows 7/Windows XP PC)


 The Economy app

This app provides a snapshot of the US economy by providing the latest values (and graphs with historical values) of several key economic indicators published by the Federal Reserve.

This app was once the #1 ranking app on Apple’s top charts for the Finance category (July/August timeframe in 2009)

For more details please visit http://CascadeSoft.net/Economy.aspx

To download the iPhone Economy app, please visit the app store


Economy for iPad was the #1 ranking app for several weeks on Apple’s top charts for the Finance category. More details on the app can be found here and the app can be downloaded from the app store.

 

The Android version of the Economy app can be downloaded from the Google Play store. This app works great on  Android phones as well as tablets and supports all devices sizes in both landscape mode and portrait mode.

The Windows 7/XP (PC) version of the Economy app can be downloaded from Intel’s AppUp store. Screenshots of the app can be seen here. Download instructions for the app are here.


 The iPhone Government Spending app 

This is a great app for anyone who has ever wondered about how the US government spends their tax dollars or anyone who has looked for specific information on US federal government spending.

For more details, please visit http://CascadeSoft.net/GovernmentSpending.aspx

To download the app, please visit the app store

Government Spending, iPad Edition  

For more details, please visit http://cascadesoft.net/iPadGovernmentSpending.aspx

To download the app, please visit the app store


More iPhone apps  

http://CascadeSoft.net/Election.aspx This was once the #1 ranking News application on Apple’s top charts. It gives you a final snapshot of the 2008 Presidential race and includes historical graph numbers for pre-election polls.

http://CascadeSoft.net/GlobalWarmingPersonalCalculator.aspx This app provides an estimate of your carbon footprint (your personal contribution to global warming) and compares the number with that of the average US resident.

http://CascadeSoft.net/RecoveryAct.aspx This app provides specific and detailed information for Recovery Act money spent on US federal government contracts and US federal government grants (federal assistance programs).


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