Asian Applications Developer Humble Gaming Limited independently releases An Art Of War 1.0, their new game for the iPad. Play the Commander of a Crack Commando Unit. Choose a combination of soldiers with specific skills to attack or defend your position till re-enforcements arrive. You decide who fights and how they fight. An Art Of War features a unique combination of turn based strategy, line drawing and top down shooter promises an explosive and thrilling experience for everyone.
Asian Applications Developer Humble Gaming Limited today announces Live Notes 1.0, their first productivity application for Apple’s revolutionary iPad device. Perfect for business professionals, students, academics and the market at large, Live Notes for iPad allows the user to synchronize voice recording with written notes in a dynamic and simple manner, allowing the user to feel almost as if it is an extension of an application by Apple. Inc themselves.
Global Delight today announces Camera Plus Pro 2.5, an update to their popular camera/photography app for iPhone and iPod touch. Hailed by the New York Times as “the best of the bunch”, the immensely popular Camera Plus Pro now has compatibility for the iPhone 4’s newest features. Version 2.5 includes an elegant new Wi-fi sharing feature, Bing image search, and full integration with the iPhone 4’s LED flash and front facing camera and much more.
Colorado based Riptide Games today releases iLookFunny Free 1.1.1, the free version of the hit fun photo app for iPhone. iLookFunny lets users take funny photos of themselves and their friends with the iPhone camera, or front camera. Customize each photo with moustaches, wigs, glasses, bow ties and more to create fun photos of anyone or anything. iLookFunny Free has all the features of the recently updated full version, but it is completely free for any iPhone user.
Calcbot Rating: The app store has hundreds of different calculator apps. The specialized calculators such as the graphing calculators, builder’s calculators, and engineering calculators all provide features not found in the native iPhone calculator app. The rest of the apps which seems to be nothing more than different user interfaces for the same basic calculator have always made me question the … Read More
Supermarket Mania HD Rating: I have never been a fan of time management games such as Farmville, Sally’s Salon, and other games where the purpose is to perform certain tasks within a set amount of time. I find most of them to be repetitive and not exciting enough to satisfy my need for fast paced games. Supermarket Mania HD for iPad, … Read More
Readdle today releases ReaddleDocs for iPad 1.5, the updated version of its revolutionary application for managing files and reading documents on the iPad. Version 1.5 introduces highly anticipated support for highlight and text notes annotations inside PDF documents. Now ReaddleDocs uses can mark-up text inside PDF files in several colors, make notes and save these changes within the documents.
Apple today started sending out emails to customers who purchased their iPhone 4 bumper cases online notifying them that due to the recent announcement, they will be refunding the cost of their bumper cases. The email being sent out states: Dear Apple Customer, Apple recently announced that iPhone 4 customers who purchased an iPhone 4 Bumper are eligible for a … Read More
Chicago based Intersog LLC today released Pocket CFO – A Complete Guide to Investing 1.0 for iPad. Pocket CFO Guide to Investing is a full-featured business course logically divided into 3 distinct sections: course, flashcards and tests. The full-text course book contains 14 chapters which cover everything from technical analysis to portfolio diversification. And to help users with terms they may not understand, a course glossary is provided for easy access to definitions from within the app.
UK based Intelligenti today announces Mirror Cam 1.0, a free, brand new app for iPhone 4. Designed to make full use of the iPhone 4 front facing camera, Mirror Cam allows you to look at yourself while surrounded by many different frames. See what you look like in an antique frame, as a Spaceman, and more. Imitate a fighter pilot, a medieval knight, or a famous celebrity with your own backstage makeup mirror. Just swipe left or right from frame to frame, tap the screen and then save the picture.
Skype for iPhone has just been updated to version 2.1 and brings with it the ability to run in the background with iOS 4 and continue conversations even while switching away from the skype application. Skype release notes state: Run Skype in the background with multitasking in iOS4. Receive Skype calls and IM while other apps are running or when … Read More
Apple’s “generous” move to fix the iPhone 4 antennae issue will cost the company $175 million dollars the company announced during their earnings conference call yesterday. Apple will expense the cost of the cases as deferred revenue in their 4th quarter balance sheet. What is not clear is how Apple arrived at this figure. Assuming that Apple will sell approximately … Read More
UK based developer, We Are Colin announced today their brand new title ‘Gravity Runner’ will soon be coming to the App store. Gravity Runner is a game with a similar style to the popular ‘Canabalt’ and ‘Chop Chop Runner’. The player runs across the screen in order to reach the goal at the end, while avoiding various obstacles along the way. The unique twist being that the player can flip gravity, so they can run on the ceiling of the level, adding much more excitement to this genre of game.
Affle today announced that Pinch has received stellar launch reviews and has registered thousands of users in the first weekend of launch. Pinch lets users communicate with friends by sending rich animations, pictures, emoticons, push notifications, location and all these can be done without any SMS/MMS/roaming charges. Pinch is also now featured by Apple in the New & Noteworthy section in the U.S., U.K., Australia and many other app stores.
About six and a half months ago (January 27th, 2010 to be specific), most technology bloggers and analysts chose the casket for the Kindle. The iPad was going to kill the Kindle device and distribution model. iBooks was going to take over as the de-facto eBook marketplace just like iTunes became the world’s biggest music store. Amazon looked like it … Read More