Today iGiveaway announces the expansion of their affordable marketing services for sellers of iOS applications and games. Specializing in comprehensive, low-cost, Twitter-based promotions, the company has had great success in pushing their client’s apps into the Top 200. They also offer full-service marketing packages, including: guaranteed reviews on app review websites, iTunes and YouTube reviews, professionally written press releases and iTunes descriptions, Facebook marketing, and more.
BudgetAppDev today announces their newly launched campaign to provide affordable mobile apps to small businesses worldwide. A spin-off of the highly successful web counter company, NeoWorx, BudgetAppDev creates inexpensive apps for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices. The company relies on small margins and the use of existing software modules to keep most projects below the one thousand dollar price point, well within reach of small businesses seeking a local or global audience.
Independent iPhone developer Alex Wiltschko today releases Octave 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Octave turns the iPhone into a fast and accurate real-time analyzer using either the iPhone’s built-in microphone, or any other iOS-compatible mic. With Octave, anyone can easily analyze the frequencies in the sound around them. Quickly find the frequency of the feedback in a PA system, bet your friends you can tell what frequency an ambulance’s siren is, or tune a guitar or piano and more.
EDUmobile has reduced the price of their iPhone Training Program for a limited time, in order to make it more affordable for developers living in third world nations and with limited budgets. The iPhone Development training is done entirely online. Every week one module and course pack is delivered directly to candidates and their progress is closely monitored. The course is served through mediums of Online Video, One-on-One support from real tutors.