PixelMat has released Play Zoo 1.0 for iPad. Play Zoo is an interactive game based approach to introduce children to 18 diverse and whimsical animals, ranging from leopards and kangaroos to peacocks and ostriches. Each of the 18 animal pages is a game. A child has to find where a baby animal is hiding and then collect food or play things for the animal. Play Zoo is ideally a joint activity for a parent and a child, although children can also play with the app on their own.
RoJaSoft today introduces Speeds 1.0, their new GPS based navigation utility for iPhone and iPad devices. A speedometer with something extra, Speeds will measure your speed using GPS. This app can measure your speed when you are in a train, a car, a plain or on a bike. Speed, max speed, average speed, distance and time are measured. Users can choose between kilometers and miles, record their routes and see them later on a map, as well as choose between map, satellite and hybrid views.
TouchGEN have released the next issue of their iPad magazine, devoted to gaming on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. This first, full edition features over 40 game and gear reviews, as well as features, commentaries and interviews. Best of all it’s completely free. Features in this issue include; Exclusive previews of upcoming games, The Making of Order and Chaos, Round-up of Gear for Your iPad, Pimp Your Pad, and many game reviews.
Virginia based RITLabs introduces sParking 1.0, their new navigational app for iOS devices. Short for “simple parking”, sParking was developed specifically to help you park your car into the garage easily and accurately. Users print the parking markers and to stick them to the wall or ceiling. By filling in a few simple steps in the included wizard, the next time you approach to the parking spot, an audio indicator allows you to park and not to be distracted while driving the car.
Independent developer Alex Reich announces the release of OopsImLate 1.0 for iOS. OopsImLate has been covered in the press from Engadget to CNET’s Web App of the Week to Popular Science on one of 5 things to make meetings efficient. Using a calendar application, users no longer have to place Oops I’m late! calls to peers and/or bosses. The software does it by calculating distance between your location and destination, and notifying contacts or social media if you are running late.
Casey and Bella Books for Kids 1.0 has been released for iOS. Meet the real Casey and Bella dogs from the popular children’s book series. Casey and Bella are not just cartoon doggies in a book series, they are real dogs that travel to different cities and schools to meet children and teach children to believe in themselves and to dream big. Casey is a resourceful Jack Russell Terrier, and Bella is an energetic, mischievous TeaCup Yorkie. In each book the doggy duo sneaks out on adventures.
Seattle based Right Brain Solutionz LLC releases iCondu 1.1 for iPad. The company has created a new web based service that is free to use and download. All people have to do is choose the tasks they want their kids to do, such as clean their room, picking up their clothes, make the bed, brush their teeth, etc, then hit print. The app creates an 8.5″ by 11″ sheet with decorative border, their name and all the icon images with a check box next to them.
TouchGEN announces their new iPad magazine, devoted to gaming on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. This pilot edition features 15 reviews from 2008-2010 that earned our editor’s choice seal of approval. A full, first issue of the magazine is in the pipeline for release soon. Issue 1 will feature all the things you’d expect from a news-stand gaming magazine, such as news, reviews, features, commentaries and the like, but in an interactive format.
24MAS announced today the first in the series of sports racing titles based on the racing franchise of Kimi Raikkonen, Ice One Racing coming to iPhone, iPad and other smartphones. 24MAS has selected award winning PC and mobile developer BlackBox Interactive to develop the game. The first game in the Kimi Raikkonen franchise will will focus on four unique racing types representative of Kimi’s experience and passion for each. The game will be shipping worldwide globally in late summer.
Dereza Art Studio announces the release of Lines Master 1.0 for iOS. Lines Master is an amazing logical game that contains 4 unique colorful game fields and fascinating game play. The main purpose of the game is to clear chosen game fields by arranging appropriate objects. Each time you move the objects on the game field more and more differing objects will appear. The fun includes four unique game fields, colorful and realistic graphics and deep live sound.
Team Jungool has just updated their latest game Jungool, and reduced the price. Jungool is a physics based platform action game with puzzle solving elements that takes place in various world locations across 30 levels. Players take on the role of Wagga, a bouncing ball shaped critter. Wagga is guided by his village Shaman around the world in an effort to retrieve the stolen masks and to ultimately bring back order to the jungle. Plenty of gems to collect and bonus levels to unlock.
Clinically Relevant Technologies today announces their popular Orthopedic Manipulative Therapy app suite for mobile devices is now optimized for your desktop via Mac App Store. The applications are designed for clinicians, teachers, and students who use manual therapy to treat musculosketal problems. With nearly 140 techniques and high quality video to now be viewed on large screens in clinic/classroom, this series aims to lead the change in clinical education delivery.
Mettigel Software today announces iTalker 1.1, an update to their iOS based AAC Solution. Beside some stability fixes iTalker now offers the feature to display pictures on the button, like it is used in common popular solutions for augmentated and assisted communication. Perfect for lesson planning, iTalker can do voice recordings that can be grouped to playlists, so each lesson has to be recorded only once and can be used as often as needed.
goGlyph, Inc. today introduces goGlyph 1.0, their free geolocation messaging application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With goGlyph, users are able to create messages and “post” them to their current location. Visitors to that location are able to view messages within 1000, 100 or 10 meters of their current locations. Messages about the location, announcements, commercial messages, or just greetings, are tied to a location and now, viewable on iOS mobile devices.