10 New Oxford titles from White Park Bay

White Park Bay’s collaborative efforts with Oxford have already brought a slew of Oxford reference titles to the iDevice platform which were reviewed at TMA. This week, they are bolstering their current offerings with 10 more titles, 7 of which were launched this week. In addition, White Park Bay have also upgraded their older app suite with email and note-taking features from the new apps. White Park Bay’s newest releases are below:

Oxford Guide to Countries of the World Oxford Guide to Countries of the World – $14.99

Oxford Dictonary of Modern & Contemporary Art Oxford Dictonary of Modern & Contemporary Art – $14.99

Oxford Dictionary of Islam Oxford Dictionary of Islam – $14.99

Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition Oxford Dictionary of Food and Nutrition – $14.99

Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable – $14.99

Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable – $14.99

Oxford Dictionary of Hinduism Oxford Dictionary of Hinduism

Oxford Dictionary of Hinduism Oxford Dictionary of Hinduism- $14.99

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White Park Bay Software’s Oxford Reference Dictionaries in Review

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Oxford is not only a strong name in language dictionaries; its influence extends heavily into reference titles that can be found online or at your local book shoppe in both hard and paper back editions. UK-based White Park Bay Software (WPB), have brought 11 pivotal references to the App Store. The set includes: Music, Law, Philosophy, Politics, Finance and Banking, Concise Medical, Computing, Chemistry, Business Management, Biology and Accounting. Each shares a similar GUI, navigation and content display system and work consistently with the iPhone design ethic, but at the high price of 14.99$ per app, is the content worth the cost?

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