Posted by Adam | Jul 30, 2011 | Comments 0
NxtApp, iPhone/iPad Brain Gym, reaches the top spot of Apple App Store educational games category in July in the US, UK, France and many other countries. Developed specifically for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, NxtApp is a number-sequencing math app that exercises the brain while having lots of fun with numbers. Is a fun and addictive way to increase gamer’s IQ, strengthen his/her insight, focus the scanning skills, improve pattern recognition and refresh years of math lessons.
Posted by Press Releases | May 09, 2011 | Comments 0
Stamford, Connecticut – Brain Parade, a pioneer in innovative mobile, education solutions, announced today that over 30,000 customers have downloaded its premiere iPad application, “See.Touch.Learn(TM)”. Launched in early March, this special education app has received overwhelmingly positive reviews by users on iTunes.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 22, 2011 | Comments 0
Denham Springs, Louisiana – SKH Apps today is pleased to announce a free version of the family inspired app, Mad Monkey, became available this week on iTunes. This Universal app available for free on the iPhone and iPad quickly rose to the top 50 in the Action and Kid Games categories of the iPad app store. The simple play mechanics, a smiling cartoon monkey that drops items at high speeds, and gameplay similar to the classic Atari game called “Kaboom!” seem to be a winning combination with users.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 01, 2011 | Comments 0
Cheltenham, United Kingdom – Neon Play has achieved over ten million downloads since its launch ten months ago and just three weeks after its app Paper Glider was announced as Apple’s ten billionth download. Spookily, the company has also just employed its tenth member of staff.
Posted by Press Releases | Aug 16, 2010 | Comments 0
Shoreview, Minnesota – Howling Moon Software has announced a new version of the popular Chipmunk Physics engine. Chipmunk is a simple, lightweight and fast 2D rigid body physics library written in C. It’s licensed under the unrestrictive, OSI approved MIT license, meaning it’s free to use even in closed source, commercial games. Our aim is to give 2D developers access the same quality of physics you find in newer 3D games.
Posted by Press Releases | May 26, 2010 | Comments 0
Boston, Mass – What happens when you give a toddler the hottest new piece of technology on the market? Learning Touch Software found out as their hit children’s iPad app “FirstWords: Animals” got a very public UI test by the preschool daughter of Laughing Squid blogger Todd Lappin. While being filmed for a home movie, this tiny tech savvy toddler explored the app on her father’s new iPad. The resulting video, posted on YouTube has generated close to 950,000 views and the 2 1/2 year old’s comments have led Learning Touch to update their app to address her concerns.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 22, 2010 | Comments 0
Sofia, Bulgaria – Cramzy is proud to announce it has reached one million paid iPhone downloads. This milestone makes the company of 2 full-time employees one of the most successful iPhone developers in the Balkan country of 7.6 million people. Co-founder Iliya Yordanov, age 25, attributes the company’s success to their design process. “We use the same kind of logical reasoning in designing an app as we do in writing the actual program.” Cramzy’s most popular app, 18,000 Cool Jokes, is in the Top 50 Downloads and Top 100 Gross Profit in the US App Store.