Atlanta based game company, Fine & Dandy games today release Goop 1.1.2, their first family oriented game for iOS devices. Save the Eeeps from getting gooped. The Eeeps have lost their way home and need to get across to the other side in four unique worlds without getting hit by the goop. As time progresses more Eeeps will appear wanting to be saved making the game a bit more difficult. This time management/strategy game offers Game Center achievements and leader boards, a bonus mode and more.
SimpleLeap Software has announced they are partnering with a new game company Fine & Dandy Games to give away their popular premium study app for free to students heading back to school with a Mac, iPhone, or iPod touch. Cram is a popular study app that allows students to prepare for tests with practice multiple-choice tests and flash cards. To receive the back to school deal, students must download the upcoming game title Goop by Fine & Dandy on their iPhone or iPod touch.
TapGen Corp. is providing completely free promotion for iOS developers in their new FeatureGiveaway app. With an ever-expanding install base, FeatureGiveaway 1.1 offers a perfect opportunity for developers to feature their apps for free to a wide audience of targeted and passionate users. FeatureGiveaway’s daily contests ensure its users revisit the application regularly, offering them the chance to win daily prizes while encouraging them to download the featured application of the day.
Montreal based iPhone and iPad app and music development company Kiboomu has launched Toddler Sing & Learn 1.1 for iPad, the second of 3 apps in their new song, puzzle and coloring page series. Featuring a full kid’s music album of 10 sing-along songs, 10 puzzles and 10 coloring pages, Toddler Sing and Learn HD is a great educational “stepping stone” app for early learners. Kids will learn words, letters, numbers, colors and shapes, body parts, food, days of the week, animal sounds and more.
AnguriLab LLC announces the availability of MobileBricks for iOS Developers. Sometimes the standard iOS components library is not enough to create great user interfaces. MobileBricks develops fully customizable iPhone and iPad components that help build great-looking and functional mobile apps. All components are provided with full source-code, documentation, and extensive demo projects that show concrete examples of the components’ usage.
Chicago based Yazsoft today announced it is looking to build the next generation of its ground-breaking download manager, Speed Download 6, and is looking for skilled developers interested in becoming part of this rewarding experience. Speed Download 5 currently redefines the Mac OS X download manager and the plan is to raise the bar much higher. The next generation of Speed Download will be completely overhauled and aims to be lean and very fast for the best downloading experience.
iOS development and marketing company TapGen Corp. are calling for all iOS developers to submit their applications to be featured in the release of their new app, FeatureGiveaway on the iPhone App Store due later this month. To celebrate the upcoming release of FeatureGiveaway, TapGen Corp. is offering a free promotion for developers of iPhone and iPod touch applications; developers are requested that they have a paid app and that they would be willing to offer it for free for one day or more.
Binary Formations, LLC, recently announced Home Inventory 2.4, the latest version of its popular and critically acclaimed home inventory management application. Combining your Mac and iPhone, Home Inventory 2.4 introduces the easiest way yet to add item information to a digital home inventory with the addition of barcode scanning to Home Inventory Photo Remote allowing users to wander around their homes and add items and photos to their inventory without being stuck in front of their computer.
iPhone app developer Rod Cambridge has released his first book entitled “How NOT To Write an App” which is aimed at anyone looking to develop an app for the many smartphone and tablet platforms available. In this eBook Rod uses this experience to take the reader step by step through the things that should, and shouldn’t, be done when creating an app for Apple’s iPhone or its rivals including Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile devices.
GrilledBacon today announces Codosaurus 1.2, their unique FTP client for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The perfect mobile utility for every web-developer, coder or website-owner, Codosaurus allows you to edit your files directly on the server without downloading and uploading it. Open, view and edit TXT, HTML, CSS, PHP, JS, CSV, HTACCESS, PERL, ASP, ASPX and XML files and so much more. Codosaurus is also able to create new files and folders.
Nor Eagle today introduces Squid Drop 1.0, their latest game for the iPhone and iPod touch. Squid Drop is an arcade/action game in the infinite-survival genre. The game offers more variety in the gameplay than most other games of this type. Other notable features are global low-scores and achievements. The aim is to avoid monsters and pick up bonuses to amass the lowest possible low-score.
Chimp Studios today announces that App Scanner, their popular iOS developer tool is now free. App Scanner mimics Apple’s automated review process and picks through an app’s internal structure to see if a developer has used a private API, an offense that warrants an immediate rejection. The latest version of App Scanner adds on a command line interface that developers can use to more tightly integrate scanning into their build process as well as a simplified form for improving scan results.
Rodeo Games Ltd. introduces their debut title Hunters: Episode One for iPhone, iPod and iPad. Designed and built from the ground up for iOS devices, this new sci-fi turn based strategy game combines the quality and presentation of AAA console gaming with the mindset and mechanics of mobile gaming. Hunters: Episode One sees players take on the role of the captain of an elite team of bounty hunters, being offered a variety of unique contracts every day.
iPhone app and music development company Kiboomu today announces Toddler Sing & Learn 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch, the first of 2 apps in their new song, puzzle and coloring page series. Toddlers will learn words, letters, numbers, colors and shapes, body parts, food, as well as sing-along songs with Toddler Sing & Learn. Choose from 10 different puzzles, 10 different coloring pictures and 10 different songs.