Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Dec 12, 2013 | Comments 0
There are a few iPhone and iPad apps available as free downloads today (December 12). Take full advantage of this generous offer while they’re free!
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 17, 2010 | Comments 0
Portland, Oregon – Inkstone Software today is pleased to announce QuickReader 2.2 for iOS, an update to their eBook Reader with Speed Reading Technology. Rated first in sales of all iOS Speed Reading apps, QuickReader incorporates advanced technology, not simple skimming, to painlessly break old reading habits, improving both reading speed and comprehension. The app features extensive Settings, granting the user total control over all functions in Normal Reading, Speed Reading, and Speed Test modes. Version 2.2 features new Instapaper compatibility that allows the user to save interesting information from the web for reading later, when they may have more time.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 03, 2010 | Comments 0
Austin, Texas – ch@tter(TM) v1.3, the leading Twitter visualization app on the iPad, is now available. Visually lively and highly interactive, ch@tter lets you easily separate and categorize incoming tweets. The new version helps you share links from your Twitter stream with everyone you know by tweet, email and Instapaper bookmarks. Designed to simplify and amplify your Twitter lifestyle, it helps you find the matter in the chatter.
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 02, 2010 | Comments 0
Singapore – MotionObj today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of SimplyTweet 3.1.1, an update to their full featured Twitter application for iPhone and iPod touch. SimplyTweet combines a fast, simple user interface with a rich set of features, as well as offers built-in support of push notifications for new mentions and direct messages. Version 3.1.1 adds Instapaper mobilizer support as well as many other features and fixes.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 24, 2010 | Comments 0
Yes, Instapaper for iPad is coming, but its release is still unknown. Extensive tests have yet to be made to make sure the app runs smoothly and in order for that to happen, the developers must first get their hands on an actual iPad. Thanks to Marco Arment, in his official blog, there are some things we do know. Head on over to iPadmodo to read more.