Apress today announced it has published “The Business of iPhone and iPad App Development: Making and Marketing Apps that Succeed.” This 450 page guide instructs developers how to incorporate marketing and business savvy into the design and development process – giving an app the best possible chance to succeed in the App Store. Written by experienced developers with business backgrounds, this book will show developers the steps needed to get a new app noticed.
Viaden Mobile, an acknowledged developer for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, introduces Smart Alarm Clock: sleep cycles & noise recording – an app that not only helps users optimize their sleep but also never lets them down in the morning. Most people do not even imagine what poor sleep may result in. Up-to-date technologies allowed Viaden Mobile to combat the problem in a science-backed and effective way. Finding a solution to the problem of sleep disorders, wasn’t an easy task.
The Big L Company, LLC. today released The Interpreter 2.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application is a free, valuable tool for physicians, nurse practioners, physician’s assistants, residents, interns, nurses, and medical students, supplying quick flowchart analysis and ranked differential diagnosis for lab result abnormalities. This easy to use app meets the Electronic Health Records’ meaningful use regulation.
iLifeTouch today introduces Time Bomb 1.0, a new way of keeping time on Mac OS X. Alarms are boring and common place. Being woken up by an animated explosion is a whole new experience. Set an alarm or countdown timer in dramatic fashion with Time Bomb. Pick the time and Time Bomb will simply do the rest, from counting down the last minute to exploding and notifying you of an important event. This explosive time keeping device is super simple to use and is loaded with customizable features.
Red Cat Group Inc. today released RollingZilla Language Learning Game 1.0 for iPad users. RollingZilla is new, the first iPad game that focuses on language learning, using fun to facilitate fast, addictive learning in a competitive environment, making it an extremely effective learning tool for kids and adults, alike. There are twelve languages supported and the OpenFeint integration means that users can pit their skills against other language learners, when they feel ready.
New York based independent developer Scott Singer today announces Golf Fix 1.24 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Golf Fix features over 100 carefully organized total game improvement drills that clearly and effectively demonstrate proper full swing and short-game techniques, as well as on course process and coaching. Drills are demonstrated by Nick Paez and Jimmy Hanlin, two of the nation’s leading PGA instructors and promoters of golf.
Jean-Eudes Lepelletier today released iVocAudio 1.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application is a new memorization tool that works by simply recording questions and answers using the iPhone mic. Users then employ the app’s optimized learning concept to quickly and easily install any list of words, facts, sentences and more into their memories. Thanks to the app’s ease of operation, anyone can effectively use iVocAudio, including children, and those with vision impairment.
Khader Shaik created LeadMyGoals to serve as a tool for personal and career success. It provides a simple and practical way to organize long-term and short-term goals and to monitor personal progress. Place numerous goals and assign multiple tasks under each goal and then track the progress of each goal and task until they are completed. LMG can be configured by individual users based on their lifestyles and personal demands.
Chicago based Intersog LLC today released Pocket MBA – Effective Business Communications 1.0, specifically optimized for the iPad. Effective Business Communications provides the info and tools busy professionals need to enhance their written, verbal and non-verbal communication skills. It is a full-featured business course logically divided into 3 distinct sections. The full-text course book contains 19 chapters that provide a complete topical overview of the communications process.