November 3, 2010 in Reference (E)
[prMac.com] Edinburgh, Scotland - PointRelease Software today is proud to announce the immediate availability of iSpyBirds 1.0, their new bird reference guide for iPhone and iPod touch. iSpyBirds provides a great field reference for anyone, no matter their level of interest in ornithology. PointRelease Software created iSpyBirds to be an attractive, informative and simple to use guide to birds. iSpyBirds brings the resources of Wikipedia and Flickr to your iOS device by providing a locally stored copy of select bird information and photos.
On opening iSpyBirds the user is presented with a list of the currently available birds within the guide. Each birds name is listed along with a thumbnail image of the bird alongside. Tapping on a bird shows a photograph of the bird along with a description and some background information on the bird species.
iSpyBirds 1.0 features include:
* Over 50 Eurasian bird types
* Detailed information on each bird from the pages of Wikipedia
* Stunning photos for each bird
* iOS 4 multi-tasking support
* Optimised for the retina display
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 7.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iSpyBirds 1.0 is available worldwide exclusively on the App Store, and costs $0.99 (USD).
PointRelease Software is based in Edinburgh, Scotland and is run by independent developer and entrepreneur, Mark Reid. We are currently working on several iOS apps including Unboxed, the QR code reader, for the App Store and are also available to hire for other projects. At PointRelease Software we believe in creating compelling user interfaces that, while simple, empower our users. All that backed up by code that is well written, commented and thoroughly tested before final release. All Material and Software Copyright (C) 2010 PointRelease Software / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.