EyeCandy - first monthly digital comic for iPhone hits the App Store

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[prMac.com] Belfast, Northern Ireland - EyeCandy, the first monthly interactive digital comic hits the App Store. Hot on the heels of the rejection of the MURDERDROME comic from the iTunes App Store due to concerns about mature content, Infurious Comics have released "EyeCandy #1" - the world's first monthly comic series for children on the iPhone and iPod touch. With no concerns about content, the comic went on sale last week and was received warmly by reviewers.

Initial response from the release of the comic also brought in dozens of emails of support from professionals in the comic industry and other digital content sectors, excited to see the Infurious Comic Reader in the hands of consumers worldwide. As it represents a new interactive delivery platform for content, the application has also garnered considerable interest from film-makers, musicians and educators who appreciate the innovative capabilities of the software.

"We're proud to continually push the boundaries of what is possible on the iPhone and iPod touch. EyeCandy represents the first monthly childrens comic available exclusively through the iTunes App Store. We'll be bringing more and more content online in the coming weeks." said Creative Director, PJ Holden.

The EyeCandy application continues to demonstrate the innovation of the Infurious Comic Reader by building upon the layers support and adding a colouring-in palette and an interactive 'toy'. The software itself uses all of the capabilities of the iPhone platform, making extensive of the multi-touch screen, sound, vibration and the accelerometer - and in future issues these will be explored to educate and entertain.

Infurious Comics is a trading name of Infurious Ltd, a Belfast-based technology and digital content company providing insanely great software solutions. Media contacts can email to arrange an interview or further demo. Copyright 2008 Infurious Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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