AppFreeway is an all new app discovery service created with the main purpose of offering iOS developers more installs for their apps. The AppFreeway team showcases 5 leading apps weekly while giving them flexibility of updating image ads for their apps in order to maximize conversion rates. Video trailers have been proven to increase download rates for apps by giving viewers a sneak peak at the apps before downloading; they are also an essential part of getting app reviews.
Power App today introduces Gift 1.0 for iOS, their free app that offers gift ideas when buying presents for friends and relatives who “already have everything.” Gift features a list of more than 100 gift ideas, from necessities to extravagances, at a wide variety of prices. The list may be displayed by Name, Price, or Group, and choosing any item opens a description and pricing. Though the user may not find the ideal gift listed, interacting with the app is likely to inspire a new gift idea.
Independent developer James Hollender today released his iSugars app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The iSugars app is one of 7 Nutrient Apps based on the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference. The others include iCarbs, iProteins, iCals, iFiber, iCholesterol & Vitamin K. The iSugars app allows users to easily find out the quantity of Sugars in a large number of food servings, which is critical for those trying to restrict their sugar intake.
Macware announced today they are running a sweepstakes as a thank you to the Mac community that has supported them over the years. The online sweepstakes will reward one lucky winner with an Apple 16GB WiFi iPad in August. No purchase is necessary, and you can enter through August 15, 2010. The iPad has quickly captured the imagination of over 3 million tech savvy customers, and continues to push Apple ahead of other tablet and e-reader competitors with its revolutionary design and function.