January 17, 2011 in Lifestyle (F)
[prMac.com] Rome, Italy - DooLabs today announced that their first app dedicated to religion, iHolyCards, is now available exclusively for iPhone and iPod touch. iHolyCards is a rich digital collection of Holy Cards to keep in hand.
With iHolyCards the user can scroll through more than 165 holy cards from an old collection with pieces dating from the nineteenth century to modern times. The user can browse the entire collection of Saints and see the details of these rare and prestigious works of art. It's also possible to store the user's favorite holy cards aside in a virtual wallet to keep them in hand. Finally, through a convenient button you can set your favorite saint as a background for your iPhone / iPod touch.
"For a man of faith like me it was a pleasure to create this application which is the right balance between religion and technology", said Marco Siino, author and creator of the project. "For a religious man it's important to be able to keep in his pocket its patron saint. iHolyCards makes it possible to be able to choose between its many holy saints and to use it also as wallpaper". Finally, he concludes "iHolyCards becomes the new way to keep in your pocket the saint which you used to hold in the wallet".
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later
* 13.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iHolyCards is now available for $7.99 in the U.S. And is priced accordingly in other regions. iHolyCards is available world-wide from Apple's App Store in the Lifestyle category.
DooLabs is a new italian software development studio born in 2010. DooLabs focuses on creating apps and games for next generation mobile devices, PC and Mac. Its apps and games has been download thousand of times through the App Store and Android Market and some of them had a great success and reached the top charts. Copyright (C) 2010 DooLabs. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.