Posted by Adam | Aug 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Pixowl Inc. today is pleased to introduce Safari Party 1.0, the universal application for iOS. Safari Party is a family-friendly, fast-paced arcade puzzle game that brings a new twist to the classic matching apps. The game is simple, fun and addictive for kids and parents to pick it up and enjoy, and also challenging enough for puzzle enthusiasts to play. Safari Party gives players an opportunity to compete for the title of the best world photographer by picturing groups of savage animals.
Posted by Adam | Jul 06, 2011 | Comments 0
Shortstack, creator of critically acclaimed Splish Splash Inn, just released its second app, Photo Safari! 1.1. The game features 50 animals, ranging from the favorites like an elephant and a tiger to what might be new animals for kids, like a hedgehog, a sloth and a peacock. It’s a search game, where kids look for a particular animal in a sea of other animals. After kids find the target animal, they zoom in for a close up, see a quick animation, then click their camera to take a picture.
Posted by Press Releases | Jun 24, 2010 | Comments 1
Newark, New Jersey – TapFactory Apps today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of WebToolbox+, a new app for the iPhone, iTouch and iPad that features over 60 tools designed to make the Safari mobile browser more like a desktop browser. The first of its kind to hit the App Store, WebToolbox+ is the largest collection of iOS optimized bookmark tools available.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 08, 2010 | Comments 2
Atlanta, Georgia – iPad is touted as the best way to experience the web – it is clearly a device designed to take web browsing to the next level. The Find In Page plugin for the iPad Safari browser is designed with a power web surfer in mind: it augments the iPad web browsing experience with the ability to quickly search for text inside any webpage loaded in Safari.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 29, 2010 | Comments 0
Apple had just updated their iPad page with the addition of the Safari Guided Tour of the device’s 11 features: Safari, Mail, Photos, Videos, YouTube, iPod, iTunes, iBooks, Keynote, Pages and Numbers. Head on to Apple now to familiarize yourself with the device before your shipment comes in.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 25, 2010 | Comments 0
Leland, North Carolina – Trophy Score, an iPhone and iPod touch application for scoring big game animals, is the first mobile application to be approved by Safari Club International. Trophy Score is available worldwide in the iTunes App Store for $2.99 (US) and through the use of official SCI methods and diagrams, assists hunters through the process of scoring aoudad, cape buffalo, six subspecies of caribou, four subspecies of eland, kudu, pronghorn antelope and four subspecies of turkey. Once scored, trophies are synchronized to the world’s only no-minimum record book at Anchorpoint Outdoors.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 01, 2010 | Comments 0
Newark, NJ – TapFactory Apps today is pleased to announce the release of WebToolbox 1.1, a new app for the iPhone and iPod touch that features over 70 tools for mobile Safari. The first of its kind to hit the App Store, WebToolbox is the largest collection of iPhone bookmark tools available.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Feb 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Only two weeks after Apple extended its iTunes preview service to apps, apple has announced another step, which is to have the entire appstore on the web. This means you can pretty much see the entire appstore on your web browser.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Feb 18, 2010 | Comments 2
As expected Opera demonstrated it’s iPhone Mobile Version of Opera Mini in Barcelona and it blows Safari off the face of the earth.
Posted by Chris Duke | Jan 27, 2010 | Comments 14
There’s no doubt that the upcoming Apple iPad will kick the asses of all netbooks, tablet PCs, and e-readers, but it’s by far the perfect unit that we had hoped for from Apple. But then again, neither was the original iPhone.
Posted by Jason | Aug 12, 2009 | Comments 3
Research In Motion has made plans to release a new Safari-like web browser found on the iPhone, by sometime “next summer”. Currently BlackBerry uses WebKit to produce web pages but the company (after how many years now??) is finally making change to offer their own rendered web browser. The change comes after all of its competitors, the Apple iPhone, Palm Pre and Google Android, all use web browsers that are rendered.