WhoNews regenerates on the iPhone

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.

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FmPro Migrator 5.57 – Generates Full-Featured Rev Database Applications

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.

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iTête à iTête – Interview with Frédéric Aloé from Coladia – We need to do a more casual game on the iPhone


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.

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Warfare Incorporated in Review – Battle is its business…and business is GOOD

There is something to be said for a game that withstands the test of time. Originally making its debut in 2003, Warfare Incorporated is among the oldest games in the appstore designed for portable devices. Let’s not mince words – it’s ancient. However, like a fine wine, age is not necessarily a bad thing. Feel free to discuss this review of Warfare Incorporated in our forums.

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"Beginning Mac Programming" for iPhone/Mac OS X now in print

Raleigh, North Carolina – In January, Steve Jobs announced that Apple had more than 140,000 applications in its App Store. That’s a lot of apps, and the number grows every day. Everyone to create their own software programs, to join in the action. But developing on the Mac, iPhone and iPad isn’t easy for beginners – they need a guide to show the way.

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BCNmultimedia releases Children’s Bible 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch

Barcelona, Spain – BCNmultimedia today is pleased to announce 3 months of Success in the App Store with the release of Children’s Bible 1.2 for iPhone and iPod touch. The full color Children’s Bible app tells the stories of the Old and New Testament in seven different languages and is the first comic book style Bible to be made available to iPhone and iPod touch users.

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Free “Alice in Wonderland” Notescast Turns iPod Classic into an eReader

Portland, Oregon – TimeStream Software announces free downloads of its new “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” Notescast for the iPod Classic, iPod nano and iPod Video. Available as a free download for a limited time, it’s the classic tale of Alice’s journey down the rabbit hole filled with some of the most notable and interesting characters in literary history, and now iPod owners can read it wherever they go on their iPod Classic, nano or Video. The iPod features a screen wider than the iPhone’s, and no Wi-Fi or Internet access is required.

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52 Ways to Promote Your iPhone App

Plymouth, MI – Publicist and Internet Marketing Specialist Scott Lorenz has compiled a list of 52 tips on how to promote an iPhone App – tips he garnered from his extensive experience as a public relations professional in promoting all types of products, inventions, books and services. Apple has almost 150,000 iPhone applications available for sale at its App Store and this number will grow exponentially with the growing popularity of the iPhone, iPod and the new iPad.

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