Nov 17, 2011 - Award-winning independent children's app developer Duck Duck Moose today introduces Peek-a-Zoo 1.0, its new children's book app for iPhone and iPod touch. Designed for toddlers, Peek-a-Zoo encourages children to learn the names of animals and identify different details, such as actions, emotions, positions, and attire. Listen to lively jazz versions of popular kids songs. Animals are dancing, eating, wagging their tails, wearing sunglasses, sleeping, and much more.
Nov 16, 2011 - California based Cognito Comics LLC today announces CIA: Operation Ajax 2.0 for the iPad. CIA: Operation Ajax is a Cold War-era spy thriller powered by The Active Reader platform from Tall Chair, Inc. The story of CIA: Operation Ajax is based on the 1953 Iranian coup d'etat, during which the CIA and British government overthrew democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh and reinstalled the Shah to power. Completely free for the first two weeks.
Nov 16, 2011 - Randy the Daydreaming Dog, a new ibook from Jan and Todd Graveline, was just called "a graphical masterpiece" in a 5-star review from Apps4Kids. The book, a whimsical tale of a curious dog who lets his imagination roam free while his best friend is at work, debuted today as the newest "Top 10 pick" on the popular review site. In the story geared toward preschoolers and kindergartners, delightful daydreams help Randy realize that time alone with dreams can make for a very busy and fulfilling day.
Nov 15, 2011 - Sydney based Treasure Bound Books Pty Ltd today announced that "Treasure Kai and the Lost Gold of Shark Island" won "Best in Category" for Apps at the 2nd Annual New Media Film Festival in San Francisco honoring "The Best in New Media" this week. Send kids on a treasure hunt for gold with this unique twist on the choose-your-adventure format. It integrates touch with storytelling, asking kids to randomly tap treasure chests to discover clues or find gold. This children's book is now on sale.
Nov 15, 2011 - California based Silicon Beach Software, Inc. today introduces Rumpelstiltskin HD 1.01, its first an interactive storybook for iOS devices. Developed exclusively for children three to eight years of age, Rumpelstiltskin HD is the classic Grimm Brothers fairy tale featuring 3D graphics and 360 degree viewing in every scene. Additional features like narration, stirring cinematic music and delightful animations also contribute to making the story come alive for young children.
Nov 11, 2011 - In collaboration with independent children's book author and illustrator Frankie Santelli, KwiqApps today introduces Nimbus Littling & the Flu from Nebtune 2 HD, another original children's picture book on iOS devices. The lovely picture book features Nimbus Littling and depicts her adventures and friendships. Young readers will witness the incredible abilities that Nimbus and Solaris Littling possess. The app features high resolution graphics to take advantage of iPad's large display.
Nov 10, 2011 - Tennessee based Double Apps Inc. today introduces Creativity 1.0 for iOS, their new guide based on the acclaimed book "The Business Playground: Where Creativity and Commerce Collide", by Dave Stewart and Mark Simmons. This multi-media experience app includes the full-color book, an audio narration, numerous interactive features and games designed to spark your Creativity, and integration with a new social connectivity tool called F*.
Nov 09, 2011 - A&R Entertainment today introduces The Princess and the Frog 1.0 for iPad, their interactive Book of the classic fairy tale by The Brothers Grimm. The story can be read aloud in any of 5 languages, or a parent may read to their child. The professional narration, original music, animation, and glorious artwork provide a truly entertaining experience for both child and adult, a challenge not easily met. The app features two mini-games, and a touch-to-speak review of vocabulary words in the book.
Nov 09, 2011 - Developed by See Here Studios LLC, The Snow Globes 3D! iPad activity book features gorgeously illustrated interactive snow globe scenes tied together through an open-ended holiday storyline. The book travels from New York City to a quiet winter forest, from a magic gingerbread house to Santa's North Pole. Readers can touch characters to watch them spring to life and tilt the iPad to make realistic physics-driven snowflakes swirl around the screen.