Posted by Adam | Jul 15, 2011 | Comments 0
Newly launched My Pal Apps today announces a name change to Happi Papi and the new release of Happi Reads HD 1.1. With only six months in the app development business the US-Swedish joint venture feels the need to change its name. The re-brand to Happi Papi uses the unique name “Happi” in all of their app titles combined with a descriptive word explaining what the app is about.
Posted by Press Releases | May 12, 2011 | Comments 0
Berlin, Germany – Ayogo, Always Online Group, an emerging developer of mobile and web-based products and platforms, has announced the release of their app Pimp Your Name 1.0 for iOS. This fun app gives users the opportunity to put their own name in a great design. It’s easy to do. Choosing from more than 20 custom-made designs the user can tap his favorite.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 06, 2011 | Comments 0
Leeds, United Kingdom – Parents can now enlist the help of their unborn child when picking their baby names, thanks to a brand new app called Kick to Pick. Available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Kick to Pick randomly cycles through thousands of baby names whilst monitoring a baby’s movements to sense any signs of enthusiasm there may be. Any kick detected by the program will then stop the cycle at the baby’s chosen name, ready for the parents to accept their child’s choice or dismiss the name and start their search again.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 16, 2011 | Comments 0
Chicago, Illinois – Continuous Integration, Inc. announces updates to three of their products on the iTunes App Store (Stock Wars, Monte-Lingual 1 to 10, and Monte-Lingual 1 to 10 Lite). This is unprecedented for the company since it marks the first time they have simultaneously provided updates to multiple products. Staying true to name of the company, Continuous Integration, Inc. is committed to providing new features for their apps and this is a step forward in fulfilling that commitment.
Posted by Jason | Sep 16, 2009 | Comments 0
Changes are afoot in the twitter app world. Names are changing so we thought we’d break down the basics for you.