Posted by Press Releases | May 12, 2011 | Comments 0
Saitama, Japan – eFusion today is pleased to announce the release of eWiFi 2.0.4 with some additional features including donation function to help victims of Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. It is a application to scan surrounding Free & Secured WiFi access points and connect to get instant internet access wherever you are in the world.
Posted by Press Releases | May 09, 2011 | Comments 0
Shanghai, China – As we all know Japan just experienced a terrifying tsunami and several subsequent severe earthquakes generated by it. The scary scene of these disasters may be acquainted by other people who live in this planet through TV. Coconut Island Studio, the Shanghai-based indie game studio decided to devote their little effort to helping the Japanese people reconstruct their homeland after the earthquake and tsunami. What they are going to do is to serve the Japan Red Cross’s Earthquake Donation advertisement for free for a whole week in their most popular iPhone casual game iDragPaper Free. To do that they will give up all their advertisement revenue during their charitable activity of iDragPaper Free which serves 200,000 impressions daily.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 16, 2011 | Comments 0
Denver, Colorado – Interval Studios, the maker of the iOS apps Thicket and Snowdrift, have had their greatest success in the Japanese market. In January, Thicket was featured on Gizmodo.jp, and reached the #2 spot on the Japanese app store’s “Entertainment” chart. With gratitude for the support of their Japanese customers, they have decided to donate all of the proceeds from March 11 through March 31st from their audiovisual app, Thicket, to the Japan Society’s Earthquake Release Fund.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 17, 2010 | Comments 0
San Francisco, California Before approaching the hottie in the club on New Year’s Eve, the smart guy will use his smart phone to download the clubZone iPhone app and tap into its special feature that produces pickup lines on demand.
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 03, 2010 | Comments 2
San Diego, California – Announcing that Mobeezio, Inc., the developer of Earthquake, has released an update to the app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application offers live, up to the minute data and map view of all the earthquakes, as they happen around the world. The latest update to Earthquake gives users push notifications of quakes that register 5.0 or higher, as well as the ability to see real time Twitter activity in the area. These are additions to the impressive features that were already in place.