FutureTap today announces Where To? Has been picked by Apple as iPhone App Of The Week in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The app is also being featured on the US App Store home page as well as in most countries worldwide. The recently updated Where To? 3.7 show business hours of the destination. A compass-like arrow points the user in the right direction. It also links the destination to Google Earth and U.S. turn-by-turn navigation app MotionX GPS drive. Improved VoiceOver support and more.
Russian game developer, CrazyBit highlights Zoombie Digger 1.1, their first game for iOS. In this hilarious and funny game you have to protect your home from constant attacks by by 9 very neat types of zombie-animals. As the game progresses, the zombies become smarter and quickly learn new skills. The visuals are excellent, starting from the maps and hilarious monsters right down to the very last weapon.
AlpenApps highlights Winzis Pairs 1.01 on the iPhone. Winzis Pairs is the fourth in a series of educational games from AlpenApps. Keep your children in a good mood while you are in a restaurant, on a plane or in the car. Multiple Winzis will be shown in a random order, and no game will be like the previous one. Be Quick with your mind and your fingers, as you have only 30 seconds to find all Pairs and click them! Winzis Twin is suitable for kids aged from 1 to 99 years.
CRTech today released their Mobile OMT app suite for clinicians using the Android platform, following the successful release of their iOS version. The developers faced challenges in trying to create a quality application on par with the iOS version, to include overcoming the Android Markets very small application size limit for the many high quality videos embedded in the app. With nearly 150 techniques and high quality video, this series aims to lead the change in clinical education delivery.