Friends Aloud Pro, the iOS app that reads your Facebook news feed aloud like a broadcast radio, has gathered great reviews. Friends Aloud Pro is a personalized News Radio that can broadcast your friends’ news directly to you. Friends Aloud Pro reads your Facebook news feed aloud. Making it possible for you to stay connected with your friends anytime, anywhere. Using state of the art text-to-speech technology, you can listen hands-free to everything your friends post.
Zevrix Solutions announces that BatchOutput Server is available at 50% off. BatchOutput Server is posted as a weekly special until April 12. BatchOutput Server offloads printing and exporting to PDF and PostScript to a central system leaving operator workstations free from the output process. Originally developed for a major magazine publisher in the United States to free up their operator computers from outputting InDesign files, the software automates InDesign output workflow.
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.
In the spirit of April Fool’s Day, Mobilaga, an iPhone application development group, today announces another update to its app, Dude, Your Car! This application is available for pranksters looking for some April Fool’s Day fun, now with over 100 damage types. Users can also create their own custom damage types. In addition to the damage types, users can now add firemen and firetrucks to their pictures to make the prank even more interesting.
Polish Jokes Entertainment today announced that Blow Up the Frog 1.4 its non-disturbing frog blowing simulator for iOS will be available for free today, tomorrow and the day after. Blow Up the Frog simulates a game some twisted teenagers play in their backyards since the invention of the straw. In short – the app user grabs a frog, by touching the screen, and then starts blowing into the iPhone’s microphone.
Just in time for April Fools Day, 288 Vroom offers ‘100 Horror Stories, Sounds, and Scares’ for iPhone. This app is more than just an e-reader with 100 great stories that will make you want to sleep with the lights on, it immerses you in the terror with over 40 haunting sounds that will make your heart pound. Play over 40 high-quality haunting sound effects and music any time or while you read. “Auto-Scare” randomly plays sounds and scares at anytime making the app an even creepier experience.
Christopher Oxley introduces Cracking Pictures 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch 4th Gen. Designed with the practical joker in mind, Cracking Pictures allows you to overlay realistic pre-rendered cracks onto any picture taken by the device’s camera, giving an illusion of damaged walls or broken glass. It’s the perfect App for April Fools Day. Cracking Pictures comes equipped with added features to manipulate the on screen crack the controls include; blend, scale and move.
About Objects has announced additional dates for public classes on iPhone and iPad development in March and April. The courses cover ANSI C, Objective-C, and iOS SDK programming, and will be held at the company’s Reston, VA headquarters, as well as near the Apple campus in Cupertino, CA. The company helps instructors and students stay in touch through an invitation-only social networking site, providing updated lab exercises and examples after the training has ended.