We-Envision releases Decade Review 3.1 for iPhone and iPod touch

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[prMac.com] Ashland, OR - With the decade rapidly drawing to a close, Open Door Networks and Project A ("We-Envision") are shipping "Decade Review," an iPhone app that provides a visual overview of key world events from 2000-2009. Drawing from news and other Web sites, the app lets users view full-screen "Web shows" of the happenings, indexed by either date or subject. Users can also delve into Wikipedia-based details of the events.

The app highlights 75 key world events, including:
* The Bush vs. Gore election of 2000
* The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001
* The Bali bombings of 2002
* The invasion of Iraq in 2003
* The SE Asia Tsumani of 2004
* Hurricane Katrina in 2005
* The French student protests of 2006
* The Burmese monk protests of 2007
* Barack Obama's election in 2008
* The "Miracle on the Hudson" of 2009

"Decade Review" is available immediately from the iTunes App Store, for a special introductory price of 99 cents. Details on all We-Envision's apps are available on the companies' Web site.

"Decade Review" is based on We-Envision's acclaimed iEnvision Web-image browser, which is also the basis for the companies' line of nearly 100 "Envi" Web-image browsing apps. iEnvision was a first-day iPhone app, hailed as one of the "Top 10 iPhone apps to show off with." Taking advantage of the iPhone's built-in Internet access and high-resolution multi-touch display, Envi apps organize Web-based images into full-screen automated slideshows and scrolling thumbnail views.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone or iPod touch 3.0 or later

Pricing and Availability:
Decade Review 3.1 is only $0.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Reference category.

We-Envision is an innovative collaboration of two separate software companies (Open Door Networks and Project A). The mission of We-Envision 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. Copyright (C) 2009 We-Envision. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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