Posted by Adam | Jul 15, 2011 | Comments 0
Vancouver based Moving Tales today introduces This Too Shall Pass 1.0, their classic world tales series for iOS. Completing a trilogy of wisdom tales, This Too Shall Pass tells the tale of a noble but disenchanted King searching for some lasting truth. Depicting the King’s delicate transformation, this poignant story is universal in its resonance. Inspired from Persian, Buddhist and Jewish sources, the app uses Cover Flow-like navigation and includes compelling, voice-over narratives and text.
Posted by Jason | Feb 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Gameloft just made an announcement the company will be offering a $0.99 cent sale until Valentines Day, but users will be able to select the 14th game to be offered for $0.99 cents. Fans can head on over to their Facebook page to vote. Games currently on sale include Spider Man, Driver, Real Golf, Brothers in Arms 2, and more. Full list below.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 07, 2011 | Comments 0
Sungai Buloh, Malaysia – Independent iPhone’s app developer, emirBytes, announced today that Cars.tomizer Pro 2.0 is available to download in the Apple’s App Store. The app is created specifically for the iPhone and iPod touch platform, utilizing the touch interface.
Posted by Press Releases | Jan 19, 2011 | Comments 0
Toms River, NJ – Today, Rhine-o Enterprises announces the release of Make Love Note 2.0 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad devices. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, this new version provides the ability to post the love notes directly to Facebook, in addition to email or text message. Make Love Note provides users with a convenient interface to generate a random love note that can be sent to someone special. The app features a large heart button labeled “Make Love” used to generate notes until the perfect one is found.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 23, 2010 | Comments 0
Beloit, Wisconsin – Just over one week before Christmas, Jackson Klein, a first-time iPhone app developer, launched his first app in the iTunes App Store. At that point, the recent college graduate could not have known the comic or painful impact that the mobile software would have on thousands of Christmas celebrations or the substantial revenue that it would generate. At $.99 in the App Store, the app received over 14,000 purchases in its first 5 days and has gathered a cult-like following in social media channels and YouTube – including the now viral: “Santa Alarm app destroys family’s Christmas tree and gifts”.