January 4, 2009 in Reference (F)
[prMac.com] Ashland, OR - Open Door Networks, Inc. and Project A, Inc. have announced that they have added 12 new "Envi" apps to their acclaimed iPhone product line, just in time for Christmas. They have also shipped a related "Christmas card," commemorating their "12 Apps of Christmas." The apps join the "12 Apps before Christmas" that We-Envision has been shipping previously, and the iEnvision Web-image browser that started it all.
The 12 Apps of Christmas, available immediately through the iTunes App Store for 99 cents each, unless otherwise noted, are:
Astronaut Envi - the next best thing to actually going into space
Dog Envi - a hundred different dog breeds (submitted, but not yet available)
Earth Envi - the whole earth, in your pocket
Ferrari Envi - the great Italian sports car, in your pocket
Haircut Envi - looking for inspiration for your next haircut?
Hawaii Envi - the next in our "Brein's" guides to travel using public transit ($1.99)
Hiroshige Envi - the great Japanese woodcut master, in your pocket
Mars Envi - a trip to Mars, in your pocket
Mountain Envi - breathtaking photos of the world's greatest peaks
Parks Envi Deluxe - your visual guide to U.S. National Parks ($3.99)
Planet Envi - a trip around the solar system, in your pocket
Yosemite Envi - California's favorite National Park
All the apps are based on the iEnvision Web-image browser. iEnvision, one of the "Top 10 iPhone apps to show off with" takes advantage of the iPhone's built-in Internet access and high-resolution multi-touch display to organize Web-based images into tap-and-play full-screen automated slideshows, or "Web shows." iEnvision ships with a number of Web show "groups" built in, and users can also add groups and shows of their own favorite categories. Details of the full product line are available on the We-Envision Web site.
Open Door Networks, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Alan Oppenheimer, co-creator of AppleTalk, the original network system for the Macintosh. Open Door is a leading provider of Internet solutions for Apple products. We-Envision is an innovative collaboration of two separate software companies (Open Door Networks and Project A). The mission of We-Envision.com is the design, development and deployment of the best independent software solutions for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. Open Door Networks, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Alan Oppenheimer, co-creator of AppleTalk, the original network system for the Macintosh. Open Door is a leading provider of Internet solutions for Apple products. Project A, Inc. was founded in 1990 by Jim Teece and is a leading developer of 100% database-driven websites deployed for clients world-wide. Both companies are located in Ashland, Oregon.