Todd Moore testifying before Congress

TMSOFT CEO Testifies before Congress on Patent Reform

I was asked to speak before Congress on the important topic of Patent Trolls and how they are destroying small businesses.  I was able to share my story (see written statement) on how a patent troll targeted our White Noise app. Patent Trolls file countless frivolous lawsuits against small businesses claiming patent infringement.  They give you an easy out in … Read more

Glow Burst – The 6 Year Journey

Glow Burst has a long history of updates and was the first iPhone app that I ever created and published.  It was originally called Bubble Pop and was released in 2008 for the original iPhone running iOS 2.0. A couple years later, I recreated Bubble Pop into Glow Burst for the original iPad release in 2010. Apple featured it as … Read more

White Noise Market 2.0 Launched

I’m excited to announce the release of our new White Noise Market website that allows you to download awesome sounds into the White Noise app for free. The most requested feature, audio previews, has been implemented so you can listen before downloading and using up that precious data plan.  It also has links to popular music … Read more

How does White Noise help you sleep?

People use White Noise because it helps them sleep. But how does it work? When you’re asleep, your brain is constantly scanning and listening for sounds. If it’s too quiet, unwanted noise such as a faucet drip or police siren can interrupt your sleep. White Noise generates sounds over a wide range of frequencies, masking … Read more

Springer Lives

Scott Moore wrote his first video game on the TRS-80 in 1983 called “SPRINGER”. He was only 15 years old but a popular magazine of the day, called CLOAD, purchased the rights to publish it for $175. Scott was extremely excited and agreed to their contract. The November issue of CLOAD came in the mail … Read more

Porting Quake to the iPhone

The iTunes app store has created a new community of developers that are pushing the limits of what can be done on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Initially, the app store hosted applications and games that were simple in design. Nobody really knew if the iPhone could be considered a true gaming platform. Kevin Arunski … Read more