June 28, 2010 in Lifestyle (E)
[prMac.com] Huntingtown, Maryland - iPhone development studio Razeware has recently updated three of their iPhone apps with high resolution graphics optimized for the iPhone 4 Retina Display.
The first app is Instant Poetry HD, which lets users quickly and easily create their own poems. You tap a button to create words, drag them around the screen, and set a background from your photo library. Instant Poetry is currently featured in the App Store and is ranked #6 in Lifestyle.
The second app is Level Me Up HD, which lets users treat their life like a role playing game and "level up" their real-life skills. The app aims to help motivate users to keep practicing skills that take a lifetime to master.
The third and final app is RPG Calc HD, which is a calculator for pen and paper role playing game enthusiasts. It works like a normal calculator, but has buttons for popular dice, such as D20 or D10s.
Not only do these apps now have high-resolution graphics for the iPhone retina display, but each of them are also universal apps, which mean they work on the iPad as well. This way, if users purchase the apps once, they will work anywhere, whether it be an iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad. For those who have already purchased these apps, the new retina-display optimization is a free upgrade.
Based in Huntingtown, Maryland, Razeware is an iPhone development studio founded by iPhone developer Ray Wenderlich and his wife Vicki Wenderlich, who is a graphic and ceramic artist. Copyright (C) 2009-2010 Razeware. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.