Podotree just turned the world’s dogs into 3-D toys for iPhone and iPod touch. Today Cube Dog, the first fully interactive 3-D toy for iOS debuted in the iTunes App Store. Podotree’s launch of Cube Dog introduces the second generation of interactivity on iOS, taking full advantage of the hardware capabilities of Apple devices. Cube Dog lets users customize and create their own digital pet based on dozens of 3-D character customizations, animations and interactions.
Political Fury is the premier political discourse app in the App Store featuring forums, an in-game social network, a Primary 2012 Center, and more! The main attraction of Political Fury is The Knowledge Battle where our servers match you up against a member of the other political party to compete in a game of American trivia. The winner of the game contributes a point to both his party and candidate’s global score. It’s time to figure out what each candidate’s supporters actually know.
Understanding that a natural disaster can be particularly devastating for children, TouchyBooks collaborates with UNICEF’s office in Spain to create “Momotaro,” an interactive story that emphasizes helping those less fortunate and overcoming daunting challenges. With a majority of the eBook’s proceeds going to UNICEF’s work in Japan, “Momotaro” also allows a child to contribute in his or her own way to the relief effort.
MarryYouriPhone.com is introducing a new public service that allows people to enter into marriage with their Apple device. “People love their iPhone so much, it’s only natural to want to marry it” said David Seagull, a representative of MarryYouriPhone.com. Visitors of the site will be able to purchase an official marriage certificate that will bind them in holy union with their beloved device. MarryYouriPhone.com expects this new service to be very attractive to iPhone lovers.
With the Mac App Store less than one month old, Vancouver based ComboApp Marketing and PR Agency has stepped forward as the first and only web based publicist to offer marketing services geared specifically towards promoting new apps in this even newer marketplace. Newly opened, Apple’s laptop/desktop based app marketplace has opened up a major new channel through which consumer will be able to buy and utilize applications.
Los Angeles based 24x7digital today announces TeachMe: 1st Grade, the third installment in the popular TeachMe series of educational apps for the iPhone and iPod touch. TeachMe: 1st Grade teaches four age-appropriate subjects to first grade children: sight words, addition, subtraction and spelling. TeachMe: 1st Grade’s unique TeachTech character recognition engine interprets a child’s written answers, helping to reinforce writing skills while teaching math and spelling.