Compete against gravity and fall into a good time with Tumblie game
Sep 01, 2010 - Seattle based Ragnar Inc. today announces the successful launch of Tumblie 1.23 for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. Tumblie was created as a fun and innovative puzzle game that mixes elements of problem solving with skill-based game play. Based on the concept of guiding a character's fall by strategically dismantling the tower they are situated atop, Tumblie provides a kinetic and highly addictive yet casual gaming experience.
iGarageSale featured as iPhone App of the Day
Sep 01, 2010 - Performant Design announced today that its iPhone application, iGarageSale, is the featured iPhone App of the Day at AppOfTheDay. iGarageSale pinpoints garage sales on a Google Maps interface and provides directions to each sale. The application provides browse, search, and favorites modes to scan near-by sales, search for specific items, and mark the favorite sales found for quick recollection. Favorites can be shared with others by e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter.
CourseNotes 2.0 for iPad Adds Features to Helps Students Learn Together
Sep 01, 2010 - Boston based Dear Panda L.L.C. has released CourseNotes 2.0 for iPad. The update adds new features which will facilitate learning and sharing among students and teachers in the classroom this fall. The already popular note-taking app has added new capabilities which allow users to export their notes, sketches and TODO items online. The latest version also gives users the ability to view shared notes of their Facebook friends from within the app, making collaboration easier than ever.
Frustrated with irresponsible drivers? Yes, there's an App for that!
Sep 01, 2010 - Tampa based Crash Bang Studios today released Fail Driver version 1.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Fail Driver allows frustrated drivers to be able to report and tag other cars by capturing their license plate information, and optionally capturing a picture of the offending vehicle. Users can easily choose the event that best suits the action of the offending driver. Fail Driver dutifully records the GPS coordinates of the event, allowing others to see the location.
iWebTemplate Releases 5 New iWeb Themes
Sep 01, 2010 - UK based iWebTemplate today announced the addition of 5 new iWeb templates to be used with Apple's Website building application. iWeb Themes for Business 8.0, developed by iPresentee, adds five more themes available in standard and flash edition: Comics, Eco, Greenery, Light Colors and Red Sunset. The new release extends iWebTemplate's iWeb themes collection up to 139 themes designed for personal and business usage.
Toughturtle Develops A Cure For Road Trip Boredom With Mobile Bingo Game
Sep 01, 2010 - Toughturtle LLC today released Mobile Bingo 1.0, a new iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch App that will be a favorite for anyone who needs an activity to pass the time, especially on road trips. The game comes with two premium game boards and the ability to purchase seven more game boards that keep the fun going for hours. The gameplay possibilities are virtually endless and only limited to the player's imagination.
CoPilot Live GPS Navigation adds ActiveTraffic
Sep 01, 2010 - ALK Technologies Inc. today launched ActiveTraffic, a groundbreaking real-time traffic service that integrates dynamic traffic flow information with advanced routing technology to more efficiently guide drivers to their destination. The innovative service is available in CoPilot Live GPS navigation smartphone and iPad apps in the U.S. ActiveTraffic is designed to make even your daily commute more predictable, providing an at-a-glance display of real-time traffic conditions along your route.
Humble Gaming Launches Aliens Need Brains for iPhone 4 Exclusively
Sep 01, 2010 - Asian based game and applications developer Humble Gaming today announces Aliens Need Brains 1.0 for iOS. Designed specifically for iPhone 4, Aliens Need Brains features three difficulty levels making it a game for hard core gamers and beginners alike. The world is being attacked by different kinds of Aliens and the user operates as the last line of defense. OpenFeint leaderboards maintain high scores and unlock achievements as the game progresses.
New Math Application Adds Up Over 3/4 Million in Sales
Sep 01, 2010 - Independent mobile developer Aki Yokosuna today announces a tremendous unfurling of positive public reception, awareness, and support for the developer's first commercially available mobile product, having recorded hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales upon release. Yokosuna's application is a math based app termed myCalc which only supplies its users with the three most fundamental tools needed to solve equations - an empty work space, a tool to write, and plenty of room to think.