Posted by Press Releases | Mar 15, 2011 | Comments 0
San Diego, California – Monster Mobile is pleased to introduce Monster Free Apps 1.0 for iOS, their free app that can save every iPhone user well over $800 per year in app costs. Monster Free Apps provides users daily push notifications of paid apps that are temporarily available from the App Store for free. No more searching is required as the apps are brought to the user. All apps are full versions not demos, and require no purchase of any kind. Monster Free Apps works with app developers to help publicize apps and games by making them available free. In addition, the service acts as a clearing house, listing paid apps whose publishers are offering their game or app free for a limited time to help increase sales. Ad-free, Monster Free Apps features built-in connectivity to the App Store, free bonus apps, and apps on sale.
Posted by Press Releases | Jan 31, 2011 | Comments 0
Pfaffikon, Switzerland – Power App GmbH today is pleased to introduce SMSWriter 1.0 for iOS, their app that provides over 800 message templates for every occasion. It can be difficult to write a memorable message in 140 characters or fewer, but this app gives users some help. There are 843 different templates in English, and 1170 in German. Categories include: Love, Friendship, Birthday, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Greetings, Christmas, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Weddings, and Jokes. Customized messages may be sent from within the app. For example, one of the 280 pre-composed Friendship messages reads, “To live a life i need a heartbeat, 2 have a heartbeat i need a heart, 2 have heart i need happiness, to have happiness i need a friend, and 4 a friend i need U.ALWAYS.” Users can easily make changes and additions to each template using the iOS virtual keyboard.
Posted by Press Releases | Jul 14, 2010 | Comments 0
Sacramento, California – Have you ever gone shopping for a gift book for a child or teen and wondered if the book was appropriate? Getting a hold of an independent review can be tough, because newspaper print editions with book reviews are becoming scarcer, and several of the remaining book reviews don’t review many children’s or young adult books.