Pioneer application development company, Readdle today celebrates its 4th birthday. Expanding iOS platform capabilities, the company has since released 12 products. Since its founding on August 1, 2007 Readdle has delivered over 3,150,000 copies of their world class applications to iPhones and iPads. To celebrate this milestone Readdle is announcing a special 30% sale for 48 hours starting on August 1. The company is also giving away one iPad each day, 4 days in a row.
On the Spot Development today released Top News! 1.06 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Top News! is a newly launched, exciting application that allows ordinary citizens to become reporters, submitting newsworthy photos and descriptions from their mobile phones, for viewing and voting by others around the world. Each uploaded photo is automatically entered into the app’s recurring contest, which rewards the top three most popular photos with a prize.
Top rainmaker and former ad girl, Dee Jones introduces Cocktails & Cookbook 1.0. In her latest iPad app, worlds collide with content from three of Dee’s top culinary apps coming together in a comprehensive and easy-to-use cocktail, food and wine resource. Her firm, Pocket Cocktails, has produced top apps that have been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, The Doctors TV show, People Magazine’s Style Watch and on the cover of a Dummies book.
California-based tigerbears, LLC today introduces Objectify 1.0, a new Mac application for Mac and iOS developers that creates Cocoa class implementations based on JSON content. Objectify saves developers time and effort by building customizable model classes from JSON content, whether from a web service or a local source. These classes can be exported as Objective-C source code, ready to be used in the developer’s editor of choice.
Vancouver based CobbySoft Media announces the release of Thermal Vision 1.0 for iOS. Thermal Vision is designed to interpret the luminance of the object and build an image with thermography effect. Traditional image processing technology is slow and demanding for the iPhone hardware. Thermal Vision overcame this by leveraging the latest OpenGL framework and applying post-processing pixel-shader to each frame of the camera feed and redisplaying the result on the screen using the built-in GPU.
iPhone developer, Shawn Hitchcock today announces Mad Monkey 1.0, his wife inspired arcade for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The game features a little cartoon monkey that always keeps a smile on his face while sliding back and forth across the top of the screen throwing down objects that the user tries to catch using only a finger. Each level has a different theme including a picnic crashing monkey throwing fruit, circus scene with a clown monkey, a science lab with two cloned monkeys, and more.
The Moms With Apps mobile app helps parents navigate the iTunes App Store by sorting apps into specific educational categories. By giving parents the ability to browse by topics such as math, science, and spelling, Moms With Apps hopes to assist app selections that are customized and relevant for families. Over 200 participants have carefully categorized their apps by educational value and age group. The result is a comprehensive index of over 600 family-friendly apps.
SortaPrecision Technologies, LLC today announces FLUP 1.15 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. FLUP brings a unique 3-D twist to the classic slider puzzle genre. The initial version includes 36 levels of brain-busting puzzles with more levels and a new game mode in the works. Inspiration comes in the form of 8 paper cubes that the developer’s son formed from construction paper. Now hard at work designing and sketching new ideas.
Melissa Finley, LMT of Mending Hands Massage Therapy today announce Anatomy In Motion 1.0 for iOS. Anatomy In Motion features over 225 unique muscles with 100 action animations, showing the muscle movements. Users can isolate each muscle individually to clearly view the attachment to the skeleton. With over 450 flashcards, users can explore muscle layering, from the skeleton to the most superficial layer.
Indie game development studio Jovian Minds announces Trouble in Tin Town, their new turn based strategy game for iOS. Inspired by 1950’s children’s wind-up toys, the game offers three campaigns, each centered on a different toy faction in the wound-up world. As you progress through the game, you will battle alongside Abraham Lincoln wielding dual axes, mad horror writer Edgar Allan Poe, and more.
LoveSmarts is an STD virus and bacteria killing app game and also gives concise, important information about STDs and contraception. LoveSmarts also provides a zip code based emergency contraception directory from Princeton University to get help immediately. The app was created by a Texas rabbi who believes knowledge is power and when people have more knowledge, they make better decisions.
California based 7twenty7 LLC today released Videoscope 1.0 for iPhone 4 and 4th-generation iPod touch devices. Videoscope turns the iOS device into a real-time video processor with multiple interactive effects, including a kaleidoscope, a 3D pinscreen, and a particle generator. Users can choose from either the front or rear camera of their device, and save or email still images from the live effects.
In its first week on the iTunes store, Lee Cockerell’s new iPhone app, Creating Magic – Leadership and Coaching on the Go!, has launched to critical and commercial success with glowing reviews. Creating Magic 1.0 contains hundreds of common sense quotes, ideas and strategies that Lee has harvested over the years, organizing these thoughts into categories including Daily Reminders, Life Key Points, Challenges and Dates To Remember.