Aug 14, 2015 - In commemoration of the 70th anniversary of VJ Day, Ballista Digital Ltd has announced the price of Timeline WW2 for iPad has been dropped to $1.99 for the weekend of 15/16 August. The multi-award winning definitive history of the Second World War for the iPad, Timeline WW2 brings to life the cataclysmic events of 70 years ago for a 21st century audience. This ground-breaking app features an amazing interactive timeline that revolutionises the way that history can be viewed and understood.
Jul 31, 2015 - Independent developer, Kwanza Wagner today announces Nommo Translate 1.4, an update to the intuitive reference app for Android, iPhone and iPad users. Simultaneously interpret a foreign language to the desired language. Nommo Translate translates any text, voice or text in an image into 60+ languages, utilizing Google's Translation API to ensure authenticity of results and accurateness of the output. Version 1.4 has been completely revamped for better performance and usability.
Jul 24, 2015 - G-Power Team announces the release of Image Sizer 1.3, an important update to their photo editing app for iOS devices. Image Sizer includes a collection of easy to use photo editing tools that makes quick and easy work of resizing and posting pics to Instagram, Facebook, and other popular social networks. Anyone can move, rotate, scale or flip photos, add filters, and more to make their photos stand out. Version 1.3 adds new filters, colors, and shapes, as well as a new photo crop tool.
Jul 22, 2015 - DynamoLogic Solutions today introduces Muslim Mate Pro 1.0, a native iOS application that brings a treasure trove of authentic Islamic information and knowledge to the Apple App Store. This phenomenal repository of Islamic resources harnesses the fathomless power of the iOS to bring users a wide range of innovative, high quality and easy-to-use features which can help them in leading lives in strict adherence with the injunctions laid down by Islam.
Jul 18, 2015 - G-Power released their brand-new design of Creative Shape 2.0. One big change is the regularly updated photo inspirations to help with users' creation. The other is the favorite function to let users add their loved templates to Favorites. So you found your pictures are not as beautiful as others? Learn from the designer. There are fine-selected preset shape templates, collage frames, awesome filters, text effects and background patterns. Users will find making an outstanding photo so easy.
Jul 09, 2015 - Cynapse today announces Phlo 3.1 for iOS, the ideal way to search on a mobile device. It lets you type your search once, on an iPhone, iPad or Mac, and jump straight to results from any search engine. Phlo comes pre-loaded with over 30 major search engines, social networks and other news and info sites including Google, DuckDuckGo, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Reddit, Wikipedia and more. The new version also bundles in various bug fixes and improvements.
Jun 26, 2015 - The leading mobile app publisher and developer MobiSystems is pleased to announce the release of the foremost single-volume English language dictionary, the Oxford Dictionary of English, as a free mobile app for iOS. Completely revised and updated to include the most comprehensive and accurate picture of the English language today, the Oxford Dictionary of English is the most authoritative dictionary app available. The current edition includes thousands of words, phrases, meanings and more.
Jun 11, 2015 - Indie developer, Boris Conforty today announces WikiLinks 3, the iOS Wikipedia reader that will let you discover articles in a smart, intuitive and fun way. WikiLinks is much more than a browser, it's an interactive and fun way to discover and learn new things. WikiLinks's graphical interface displays articles by showing meaningful swatches that are linked together forming nodes. Version 3 is an all new version, redesigned and optimised for iOS 8 with many many new features.
May 28, 2015 - Paragon Software Group today announces the "Lost in Translation, Found in a Dictionary" contest. Travelers are invited to share a funny experience from a trip abroad where cross-cultural communication went horribly wrong. Entrants are invited to share what happened when they attempted to order a meal, get directions from a local, or check in at a hotel in another country. Entering is easy; simply comment on the "Lost in Translation, Found in a Dictionary" post on the Slovoed Facebook page.