Mar 25, 2011 - Maryland-based iPhone development studio Razeware LLC today introduces Wild Fables 1.0, a free interactive story app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Wild Fables puts a fresh spin on classic Aesop's fables with original artwork, stories, and unique physics-based interactivity on every page. Custom, hand-drawn illustrations bring the fables to life, and users will appreciate sound effects, music, and surprises as they interact with the stories.
Jun 28, 2010 - Maryland based iPhone development studio Razeware has recently updated three of their iPhone apps for the iPhone 4 Retina Display. Instant Poetry HD allows anyone to quickly and easily create their own beautiful poetry. Currently featured in the App Store and #6 in Lifestyle. Level Me Up HD allows you to treat your real life like a role playing game and level up your skills. RPG Calc HD is a calculator for pen and paper role playing game enthusiasts.
May 14, 2010 - Independent software developer Ray Wenderlich has released Math Ninja 1.1, his new app for iPhone or iPod Touch. Math just got a whole lot cooler. Math Ninja actually makes it fun to practice addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division. In Math Ninja, you use a combination of action, strategy, and quick wit to defend your treehouse against a hungry tomato and his robotic army. Kids won't even notice they're learning!
Jan 04, 2010 - Ray Wenderlich has released AppVault 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch. AppVault contains an iTunes Alarm Clock, Battery Monitor, Flashlight, Translator, Unit Converter, Bible, Tip Calculator, Level, Currency Converter, Guitar Toolkit, and 15 other popular utility apps in a single package. AppVault is customizable so you can work with it the way you want. Arrange the apps in any order you'd like, change the background, or set the number of icons that show up per row.
Sep 28, 2009 - Independent software developer Ray Wenderlich released Level Me Up! 1.0, his new app for iPhone or iPod Touch. "Level Me Up!" helps motivate yourself to become an expert in skills you are learning. List the skills you want to learn, enter the hours you train over time, and watch your experience bar grow. You gain titles and levels over time, and each level puts you one step closer to that 10,000 expert level mark.