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1969 – So, some things happened…

Ziggy’s Time Traveler Emergency Reference for iOS is your protection from the danger of accidental time travel!

Update: 9/19/2013 – Version 2.80 with iOS 7 support and more now available.  Click here for details.

Ever worried a little about waking up in the past and having to be dependent on your schooling to survive and prosper? “Did I memorize enough important dates? Could I ‘invent’ the transistor and get crazy-rich? Wasn’t there… some sort of war or something I should know about?”

You could be just one quantum leap away from being trapped in the past.  Imagine waking up in primitive 1955, for example; remember Biff Tanner’s Sports Almanac from the future?  Ziggy is like a well-rounded version of that with more history and important technical documents that you can use to ‘invent’ your way to success.  It gives you the tools you need to be that, getting rich off of known sports results, intimate knowledge of historical events, and so on.

If something like this were to happen to YOU, wouldn’t you rather be prepared? Would your knowledge of how to use word processors and drive cars be enough to survive and get rich in, say, the 1880s? 1940s? England of the 1600s? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a pocket database designed SPECIFICALLY for time travelers? If so, then YOU need Ziggy!

No internet connection is required

Seriously.  That’s the whole idea, the data lives on your phone.

Here’s a link to the iTunes store entry for the app.  If you don’t already have it, you should buy several copies immediately.  SEVERAL.

If you have any support questions or ideas for next versions, visit the forum!

If you’re someone who profited greatly in the past due to this app, please feel free to send me a big chunk of money.  To avoid the danger of paradox, wait until the day you ‘left’ before making the transaction, but seriously…  send money.

3 Responses to Main page

  1. Cam says:

    Very cool and interesting app. One suggesion though: add a feature that allows me to check what happened on a specific day in a selected span of years (eg, events that happened on February 1st from 1900-1950).

  2. 1 2 says:

    It also needs some historical stock prices and sports results.

  3. Graham says:

    Android any time soon?

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