Posted by Press Releases | Apr 22, 2011 | Comments 0
New York, New York – Today Hand Fashioned Media is proud to announce the return of Digital Americana Magazine (DAM 2.0), the world’s first literary magazine made exclusively for tablet computing, with their new app built on the Pixel Mags platform. Digital Americana features over 70 pages of original content, brilliant fiction, poetry, articles, interviews, and reviews. The magazine is also offered in 6-month and 12-month discounted bundles, bringing the per-issue price down to less than $0.99 USD with a yearly subscription.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 21, 2011 | Comments 0
Montreal, Canada – I Learn With Poko: Seasons and Weather! HD is an iPad educational game that lets children 3 to 7 years old learn many key concepts about the weather in various seasons, how to dress and what activities to do depending on the weather while having tons of fun! Produced by the developers behind the award winning PBS Kids Play! and CBC Wonderworld online learning programs, this app is the second in the groundbreaking iLearnWith educational program, which is designed to help kids get ready for school
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 15, 2011 | Comments 0
Montreal, Canada – Tribal Nova, the developer behind the award winning PBS Kids Play! and CBC Wonderworld learning programs, releases first iPad app in the iLearnWith educational program with a special launch price of $0.99 until 03/22. This Life Sciences educational game for kids 3 – 7 years old lets kids learn tons of interesting animal facts such as animal physical appearance, size, living environment, eating and sleeping habits, etc while having tons of fun.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 21, 2010 | Comments 3
Fayetteville, Arkansas – Field Agent launched Saturday on Apple’s App Store. What is Field Agent? It’s an app that begins with a Client (who needs information) creating a job requesting specific information via its website. Field Agent then reviews and broadcasts a request to Agents, (iPhone users in the field) who have installed the free Field Agent App. Agents use their iPhones to collect and return information and get paid for the service. Payments can range from $2 to $8, depending on the job’s degree of difficulty.