Developer Gutenberg Neto introduces the 1.1 update to the iOS game The Fish Dies in the End, an undersea, pick up and play game featuring a cute little fish trying to survive as long as possible. This update adds many new features, most notably three new power-ups, including one which will allow the fish to get revenge against his enemies for a limited time. Other features include improved controls, nine new Game Center Achievements, a tutorial for new players, and more.
Blackberry owners everywhere rejoiced today that the world didn’t end on Saturday. And with the world still very much alive, one small business owner thinks he knows the reason why – he’s attributing it to his Mac BlackBerry sync software, PocketMac for BlackBerry. Users can easily sync their data to their Mac and back again, as well as synchronize data from Outlook 2011 to almost any model of BlackBerry. PocketMac for BlackBerry comes with a full 90-day money back guarantee.
Codewave Software celebrates the 5th birthday of MyTunesRSS. You can get a free license for the current version until the end of May. All you need is a Twitter account. MyTunesRSS is a Media Server that makes iTunes libraries or simple watch folders available on a local or corporate network, or even over the internet. Visit Codewave Software and follow the instructions to get your license. The special license is valid for all 4.0.x versions without any limitations.
Houdah Software today announces HoudahSpot 3.3, an update to their acclaimed Spotlight front-end for Mac OS X Leopard. With HoudahSpot, users may create detailed queries to pinpoint the exact file they want to get to. One of HoudahSpot’s key features is its extensive customization. Users may set up templates for frequently performed searches and save queries for direct access to favorite files. Version 3.3 adds the option to hide the query pane, making more room to show the search results.
Developer Gutenberg Neto today introduces The Fish Dies in the End 1.0 for iOS, his undersea, pick up and play game featuring a cute little fish trying to survive as long as possible. The fish remains in the same horizontal position, near the left edge of the screen, and as he swims all manner of sea denizens pass from right to left. Predators are avoided by controlling his buoyancy: touch the screen and he rises, release and he descends. The game features 3 difficulty levels and boss sharks.
Virginia based Hunter Research and Technology today introduces gyroCam 1.0.1 for iPhone and iPod touch. gyroCam automatically levels photos in real time, while shooting. With gyroCam, users don’t need to worry about crooked aim or setting up and taking level shots – the app does it for them. gyroCam frames a level 4:3 sub-image from the scene, with perfect alignment every time. gyroCam brings a true point-and-shoot capability to iOS devices, and makes photography easier and more fun.