July 7, 2009 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Las Vegas, Nevada - Bent Pixels, LLC, today announced the release of Aqueous 1.0 for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. Run your fingers thru the calming water, tilt your iPhone and a relaxing Waterwall(C) transforms your day. Create your own, perfect acoustic environment that will transport you off into a state of unparalleled relaxation. With high fidelity stereo audio and High Definition (HD) water simulation Aqueous is in its own class for the iPhone. Allow this soothing application to lull you to sleep, enhance your meditation or simply dial your world down.
Mike Pusateri, the Company's founder said "We're excited to bring this revolutionary relaxation tool to the iPhone 3.0 OS platform. What differentiates Aqueous from other relaxation Apps is the User can create their own, personal visual and acoustic environment. Users are provided incredible ambient sounds and music but more importantly they have full access to their personal iTunes Library and can upload personal favorites directly from iTunes from within Aqueous. A first on the App Store and we think users are going to love it."
iPhone or Second Generation iPod, iPhone 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Aqueous is available for download for just $1.99 (USD) on the App Store and can be purchased through iTunes, or through the App Store directly on the iPhone or iPod Touch itself. Aqueous is available in all 77 countries that the App Store services. For art assets, press materials, or review copies please visit the Bent Pixels website or email us for more information.
Bent Pixels is the preeminent publisher in the United States for innovative games and software for iPhone and iPod Touch, Google Android, Blackberry and other NUI (natural user interface) technologies. Our mission is to develop, market and promote innovative apps and entertaining games that are of the highest quality. Copyright 2009 Bent Pixels, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.