London based startup, AlertFilm Ltd. today announces AlertFilm 1.3.1, an update to their popular movie discovery app developed for iOS devices. AlertFilm makes discovering and enjoying streaming content simple by combining all the content from all the streaming platforms. With AlertFilm, the goal is to create an experience that is essential and enjoyable for the modern consumer, an everyday app that is as compelling and immersive as your favourite movie. Version 1.3.1 fixes a very minor bug.
PERALTA San Francisco extends the PERALTA Scarlett Sleeve line with custom-sizes for the new Apple iPad Air and for Mac laptops. In a choice of two sophisticated, water-resistant LUNA fabrics or in classic black ballistic nylon, the Scarlett iPad and MacBook Sleeve supports bold, smart, and creative women in their multiple roles, keeping them organized, confident and looking beautiful. The PERALTA Scarlett Sleeve combines shock-absorbing, protective cushioning and a scratch-free liner.
Kiupe introduces Kilubu Magic Potions 2 for AppleTV. Kilubu Magic Potions 2 was specially designed by experts to create a great experience for the whole family on AppleTV. In a playful and quality environment, kids discover 8 missions, each one with a different character who needs help. Using the remote control, the child prepares magic potions and helps funny characters with all sorts of silly ingredients. The game enhances critical thinking and his funny environment will get lots of laugh.
California based MochiBits today announced that SwipeTapTap is free for a limited time. SwipeTapTap is a fast-paced gesture game where you must quickly eliminate orbs with 9 simple finger movements. STT challenges gamers of all ages and types with its 4 unique game modes, Classic, Memory, Speed and Endurance. Previously featured on Apple’s New and Noteworthy, What’s Hot and a Staff Favorite, SwipeTapTap is Game Center and Openfeint enabled, offering 32 achievements and much more.
EUROCOMP announces TimingApp 1.0.1, their automatic time logging solution for Mac OS X. Perfect for anyone who would like to know exactly how much time was spent on various projects at the computer, TimingApp shows where the time spent on the Mac has gone – completely automatically. Each initiated app, each edited text, each accessed homepage will be recorded, along with the time spent working on it. At the end Timing displays for how long the user has actually been engaged in those projects.
To celebrate back-to-school, for a limited time Escape Velocity Apps LLC is pleased to offer the current version of Audiolio at a reduced price. Audiolio is perfect for annotating school lectures, interviews, audio books, and more. It allows you to bookmark locations in all of your audio, and associate notes and images with the bookmarks you create. You can use audio you record in the app itself or select items from your iPod library.
In association with Daily App Free, Leaping Bytes today is pleased to announce that Ruduko, an iPhone/iPad/iPod touch logic game, will be available as a free download on Tuesday, August 9. Equally challenging from kids to adults, Ruduko is a puzzle strategy combination under one roof. Game difficulty gradually increases with each round/level and uncovers new ways to “guess a right move” along the way.
Jybe Mobile today announces Time Warp 1.3, psychedelic camera app for iPhone and iPad. Time Warp is a real time video effect app that bends time for some fun, triply results. Play with the settings to get anything from a live time warped video to a “slit scan” style image. Time Warp can use the rear camera to view the world around you with a new perspective or record your friends, or switch to the front facing camera and interact with the app in real-time like a psychedelic mirror.
Cipher Prime Studios today announces a special promotional price for PulsePulse: Volume One to celebrate 12 weeks as Top 10 iPad Music Game – a 60% savings. “Pulse: Volume One” delivers an inviting atmosphere of melodic immersion, turning the player into both an active gamer and composer. Pulse is propelled by its original soundtrack. By changing the number of rings in every level, the player can play music in a variety of time signatures – a unique phenomenon in the rhythm game arena.
California based Sulaba Inc. today introduces Circuit Racer 3D Racing Game – Time To Race 1.0, their new 3D simulation buggy car racing game for iOS. Circuit Racer puts you in the driver’s seat to learn how to drive and race in rain or shine. Fun for both dad and kids alike, Circuit Racer features a beautiful race track with a choice of car colors, each with various wheel and throttle control options. Music for theme, countdown and timer mode or choose your own music from iPod music library.
Daniel Amitay today announces ShareCal 2.0, a major update to his calendar event sharing app for the iPhone and iPod touch. ShareCal makes sharing your calendar events with others as simple as bumping your phones together or sending an email. Just pick which events you would like to send, choose how you want to share the events, and you’re done. Version 2.0 adds the ability to send multiple events at the same time.
Arizona based Learn2Make LLC today announces that Dollar Origami 3D 1.1 is free for a limited time. Dollar Origami 3D shows you how to take American Dollar Bills and fold them into shapes like a Duck, a Heart, a Shirt and Pants, as well as a Ring. Using photorealistic images from real Dollar Bills, the app uses state of the art 3D technology to allow the user to rotate and zoom the animated Dollar Bill models while learning to fold the shapes.
California based Technical Data Freeway, Inc. today releases TDF Tracker 1.6, an update to their popular time, expense, and mileage tracking tool for iOS. The 1.6 update offers a user interface that takes better advantage the iPad’s additional screen space. Backup and Restore of data has also been improved – now supporting Dropbox, which makes creating a database backup a breeze. The new calendar view enables an overview of past entries and gives the ability to quickly jump between dates.
Getting packed for a trip is often one of the most stressful and time-consuming parts of travel. Mobile applications developer, Luux Software today announces GetPacked 3.0.1, an update to its helpful travel app for iPhone and iPad designed to cut packing time in half. After answering a few questions about the upcoming trip, the GetPacked app creates a personalized packing list. The handy list is automatically organized into categories and is based on who the traveler is and where they are going.
Kendal Investments today introduces Smarty: Tic-Tac 1.0 for iOS, their new touch- interactive game for kids age two and older that introduces the concept of time and the skill of reading a clock in a lively, entertaining fashion. A cartoon cat sits with a white board on his lap that displays a time, for example, 8:32. Behind him is a large display of six different clocks, each one having a different design, and each one displaying a different time. Kids must touch the one clock that reads 8:32.
2010 Apple Design Award winner, Vito Technology Inc. today announces Star Walk 5.3, an update to their popular stargazing guide for iOS devices. Star Walk is a handy astronomy guide that shows celestial objects in the exact positions on the sky above you, providing comprehensive information about them. The 5.3 update comes with an extensive database of currently functioning artificial Earth satellites with their exact positions over the ground.
UK based Original Games Studios today introduces Rollover 1.0, their new action packed “multi-tilt” mobile game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Rollover challenges players to guide multiple balls past obstacles and other dangers while racking up enough points to blast from one level to the next. The game includes over one hundred diverse levels and a vibrantly rendered visual flare that complements its lightning quick gameplay.
In association with EcoAppsFree, Leaping Bytes is pleased to announce that MapPocket will be available as a Free Download on Wednesday, July 13. MapPocket allows you to put online maps in your pocket, so you can use them later without an Internet connection. Users can choose maps from one of four providers: Google, Mapquest, Bing or OpenStreetMap. While planning expeditions online, you can use standard search functionality to locate points of interest.