Raleigh, North Carolina – EQV Apps is thrilled to celebrate the success of iGovernment with the release of iGovernment Lite 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. This free application includes a sampling of the wealth of content from departments and offices across all three branches of the Federal Government that has made iGovernment one of the most popular and highly-rated News apps available. Continue reading…
Kent, UK – Paul Gee today is pleased to announce the release of DVD Ferret 1.2 for the iPhone and iPod touch devices. DVD Ferret searches the internet for the cheapest DVD & Blu Ray prices. Best of all DVD Ferret is Free to download. It’s quick, simple to use and is designed to save the consumer money as DVD Ferret compares the prices of all the top online retailers including Play, SendIt, Amazon, Zavvi, The Hut, LoveFilm, Asda, Woolworths, HMV, Dixons, Currys, BBC Shop, Tesco, DVD Source, CD Wow, Asda, iTunes and many more.
Liege, Belgium – Imesart today is pleased to introduce Disacol 1.0, the new logic game for iPhone OS devices. Featuring an ingenious mix of box moving and color matching, for a wonderful brain teasing experience. Move a box pusher around and bring boxes of the same color together to make them disappear. Find the right pushing sequence and make boxes of all colors disappear. Every level brings a new challenge.
American Fork, Utah – The latest update (1.5.2) to the popular iPhone mileage log application, MileBug, was submitted to Apple for review at approximately 9:00am MDT, and was approved at 3:11pm MDT, just over 6 hours later. This is amazing response time for update approval.
MileBug 1.5.2 is now available for half off the regular price. Only $1.99 through April 15th as a special Tax Time Sale to make next year’s taxes that much easier, and the tax returns that much larger. MileBug was recently featured in the What’s Hot section of 57 App Stores worldwide this January as it rose to #2 in Finance. First released in August 2008, MileBug has been a consistent presence in the App Store, was featured on the many banners at Apple’s WorldWide Developers’ Conference last June, and has been seen in the window displays at different Apple stores.
If Apple and Google are having it out, Adobe and Apple, who have had rough hits regarding Adobe’s proprietary Flahs, are having it out too. Steve Jobs (cue heavenly fanfare) has said Adobe’s software isn’t stable on OSX, but now Adobe are at Apple’s neck, saying it is an Apple problem. When will this silliness ever end? According to Zdnet, Adobe’s CEO, Shantanu Narayen, has this to say of the situation:
“We’ve been fairly transparent,” said Narayen. “We’re committed to bringing flash to any platform with a screen. This has nothing to do with technology. It’s an apple issue and you’ll have to check in with them.”
More Flash goodness/badness after the gap:
Luxembourg, Europe – Houdah Software today is pleased to announce the immediate availability of ACTRocket 1.3 for iPhone and iPod touch. ACTRocket allows for quick searching of web sites and search engines. It not only speeds up the process. It saves on your data plan: you no longer need to load web pages just to get to the search form. Running a web search couldn’t be any faster. Just type “g houdah” to search Google for the word houdah. Type “y houdah” for the same search using Yahoo!
Update: Sketch Nation Shooter is now live on the App Store
To date I’ve only done a few reviews of what I would consider “old school” 2D scrolling shooters such as Underground. However the ones I have reviewed and/or own have been great recreations of a classic style of game play that proves the point that when it comes down to it, content is what really matters. In an age of 3D, 4D, l-m-n-o-p-d-…, it’s nice to see simple succeed. Recently I was able to get my hands on a beta copy of an upcoming app store game Sketch Nation Shooter (SNS) by developer Engineous Games. Sketch Nation Shooter is a clever fusion of art and gaming and some creative social networking. Read on to see what I thought of this innovative title. Feel free to discuss this (p)review of Sketch Nation Shooter in our forums.
Kent, UK – Paul Gee today is pleased to announce the release of WhoNews 1.2 for the iPhone and iPod touch devices. WhoNews collates the latest news on Doctor Who, Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures from over 20 of the top Doctor Who websites every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day. This is coupled with a built in DVD & Blu ray price comparison tool that tracks down the lowest prices for Doctor Who related DVDs from the top internet retailers.
Fremont, California – .com Solutions Inc. today is pleased to announce the release of FmPro Migrator Platinum Edition 5.57 with Database to Rev Conversion Feature. The Database to Rev Conversion Service included in FmPro Migrator Platinum Edition generates a full-featured Rev database front-end application from FileMaker Pro and Microsoft Access database files.
Quite a few high-profile titles have been brought to the iPhone in the last several months. And one such release came almost out of the blue from a company, previously only a player on Mac OS market. I’m talking, of course, about Secret of the Lost Cavern from Coladia – an adaptation of the excellent ECHO: Secrets of the Lost Cavern PC adventure by Kheops Studio. It got a Grab-it rating from me and earned a well deserved spot in our The App Store’s Best Adventure Games. And joining me today is Frédéric Aloé – the founder and CEO of Coladia to talk about the iPhone, iPad and their plans for bringing new and exciting games to the iDevice platform.