Posted by Adam | Aug 08, 2011 | Comments 0
TouchyBooks 2.0 reaffirms its position in the digital book revolution, bringing stories together in an easy to use and very practical digital bookstore app. TouchyBooks incorporates so many characteristics that make their books stand out. Many of the interactive features in the books stimulate children’s intuition and motor skills. Each feature is carefully studied by educators and parents to enhance a child’s experience.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 22, 2011 | Comments 1
Charlottesville, Virginia – Risk Takers with Skill is a new company that creates educational apps that address the biggest source of anxiety for high school and middle school students; that is, how to do well in school, yet still have enough time to have fun. Themselves two teenagers, the founders of Risk Takers with Skill, who excel extremely well academically, decided to create an iPhone app to help other students learn the ins and outs of doing well without living in the library. The result of their endeavor is Success Tips, a teenager’s practical guide to academic success. With timely study and test-taking tips, as well as detailed subject-specific tips, Success Tips shows students that doing well in school is not as difficult or time-consuming as it seems.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 15, 2010 | Comments 0
San Jose, California – RiseSmart, a leading provider of Web-enabled outplacement and job search services, today announced the launch of Transition Concierge To-Go, a mobile application that delivers personalized job leads and other job-search tools to the smartphones of laid-off workers.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 14, 2010 | Comments 0
Portland, Oregon – Pretty Cool Software today is pleased to announce the release of Leads 1.0, a new iPhone application to help users track conversations and manage relationships. The app provides automatic follow-up reminders based on due dates and includes organizational features such as contact groups and tagging along with search to help find people and past conversations. Leads is designed for users who have recurring contacts but don’t want the overhead of traditional CRM software.
Posted by Jason | Apr 08, 2010 | Comments 0
There was some sort of March Madness going on last month with Android developers where 9,308 applications were added to the Android Marketplace, a figure nearly double the previous month and triple pre-2010 figures. The rapid growth displays a trend of Google’s growing mobile platform and the adaptation of other devices picking up the Android OS. While the numbers may not be as big as the App Store, some could argue that many of the apps that are found through Apple tend to be “crap apps” and the lead gained by Android is a very positive number for the newly developing platform.