Deal Mob is proud to announce that Hungry Horse 1.0.15, a clever new free iPhone app for finding local meal deals, has launched in Australia. The app is designed to help restaurants, cafes, bars and hotels promote their meal deals or special offers to potential customers in the local area using GPS technology. Hungry Horse is great for people not familiar with an area such as tourists or business travelers. It allows them to seek out the best deals in the local area on demand.
Cynapse announced that Localscope gets the “App of the Week” spot in the Australia and New Zealand App Store. The ultimate location browser, Localscope empowers its users to quickly find anything around their physical location – by tapping into the collective knowledge of various geo search engines and social networks, and use the results in unique ways. The app also lands a coveted space in Apple’s “College Bound” apps for college students section.
Perth-based mum and dad team, Extra Smart Apps today introduces Touch & Discover: Animals 1.0, their new educational iPhone app for kids. Inspired by their 2 year old daughter, Touch & Discover: Animals interactive app teaches toddlers animal names and sounds and promotes visual and auditory development in young children. This app not only helps children learn animal names and sounds, but encourages them to interact and make the same sounds as well.
The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross was named iPad “App of the Week” in Australia’s iTunes Store and “New and Noteworthy” in the UK. The Pedlar Lady of Gushing Cross describes the journey of a poor pedlar woman who, guided by the shifting line between the real and the unreal, discovers a surprising and wonderful treasure. With the announcement The Pedlar Lady rocketed to the #1 ranking for Top Paid iPad Book Apps in both countries.