Maryland based IDEA today announces WikiNodes 2.0, an update to their popular lifestyle app for iPad. WikiNodes displays content from Wikipedia in a futuristic way. Instead of clicking through page after page of long articles, users tap on images and nodes to breeze through topics. Each node contains a piece of an article, and nodes are linked together to infinity and beyond. Version 2.0 supports Wikipedia’s top 36 languages, as well as improved layout and stability.
The Lion Company, Inc. today announces Wrye Gallery 1.0, their new iPhone and iPad art gallery app. Wrye Gallery seeks to introduce the wider world to the art and philosophy of Leo Wrye Zimmerman, founder of the Lion Company, creator of Silicoil artist products and an early Apple computer enthusiast. The Wrye Gallery app features over 80 unique pieces, many of which are currently on display at the Leo Wrye Zimmerman: Return to Main Street exhibit at the Cressman Center for the Visual Arts.
Los Angeles based Lifelike Apps today announced their upcoming version of Lifelike Craig HD, their hit Craigslist app for iPad later this month. The app itself offers users an innovative new way to browse Craigslist on the go by formatting the site to look and feel like a real-life newspaper. The new version will take advantage of the iPad 2’s camera features and add universal compatibility with the iPhone and iPod touch.
Lisbon based T-Minus 5 today announces Eye Web 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Eye Web provides users with an iPhone browser that is uniquely structured to allow users to read at higher than normal speeds. Optimized for such speed reading, Eye Web enables users to quickly browse or skim articles on the Web without the time constraints of conventional reading methods. Features include full screen navigation, smart overlays, an in-depth glossary of use as well.