Oct 03, 2012 - ColoRotate for iPad swiftly creaties and edits custom color palettes. Users build color palettes from existing images, generate random colors with the color wizard, make precise adjustments with sliders and a joystick, and analyze color distributions in 3D. App users create impressive previews with source images and palette colors in seconds. The app allows sharing via email, Twitter, Facebook, Evernote, DropBox, or the iPad photo library and syncs with Photoshop to be a mobile color console.
Apr 16, 2012 - The WikiNodes app, which displays Wikipedia articles as a visual constellation of related nodes, has a major update. The app is featured this week in the Apple App Store as "New and Noteworthy" for Education. New features make Wikipedia more personal, allowing readers to add text, audio and image/video notes to articles, label articles with tags, and sequence notes into presentations. Other new features include: sharing options, faster performance, better layouts, and full screen images.
Mar 16, 2012 - A new visual thesaurus app for the Apple iPad will inspire people discover and explore words, in an inexpensive or free app. The app developers are crowd-funding the project using KickStarter, and hope enough word lovers will back the project to make it a reality. The app will display a visual constellation of interlinked words, with synonyms, multiple definitions, antonyms, etymologies and related words. An innovative word blend will connect two different word via multiple word paths.
Jun 08, 2011 - Maryland based IDEA today announces WikiNodes 2.0, an update to their popular lifestyle app for iPad. WikiNodes displays content from Wikipedia in a futuristic way. Instead of clicking through page after page of long articles, users tap on images and nodes to breeze through topics. Each node contains a piece of an article, and nodes are linked together to infinity and beyond. Version 2.0 supports Wikipedia's top 36 languages, as well as improved layout and stability.
Nov 01, 2010 - IDEA has released SpringAhead 1.01 for iOS devices. SpringAhead enables users to discover when and where people observe Daylight Saving Time and Summer Time, and when they should switch their clocks. Using the app, users twirl the globe, zoom in with a pinch, and tap on a country. Or type in a country name. They’re transported to that location and learn whether or not that country observes Daylight Saving Time, and if so, what date and time it will start or end during any given year.