Portland based Fling Soft today introduces House of Horrors 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and the iPad. House of Horrors provides access to over 75 classic public domain horror-themed movies that can be streamed over 3G or Wi-Fi and also supports AirPlay to your AppleTV. Users have immediate access to all content regardless of their connection speed. Browse via categories, search by title, director, or actor, as well as add films to a queue for easily marking films to watch later.
On The House has announced the release of the On The House – Great Backyard Grilling 1.0 application for iPad developed by CulinartMedia Inc., a leading developer of customized culinary arts-related print publications, online materials and mobile software applications. On The House – Great Backyard Grilling is geared toward providing the grilling enthusiast, or neophyte, with easy access to a comprehensive offering of tried and true BBQ recipes.
Christopher Oxley introduces Cracking Pictures 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch 4th Gen. Designed with the practical joker in mind, Cracking Pictures allows you to overlay realistic pre-rendered cracks onto any picture taken by the device’s camera, giving an illusion of damaged walls or broken glass. It’s the perfect App for April Fools Day. Cracking Pictures comes equipped with added features to manipulate the on screen crack the controls include; blend, scale and move.
Bauwerk Hampel GmbH today released iVilla 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. iVilla is a tool for easily designing a home and garden, just by swiping elements on their device’s screen, or shaking it for random ideas. iVilla offers nineteen billion possibilities and provides examples, video tutorials and the option of ordering plans and models. Users are also able to get ideas from the app’s album of design examples.
Icanology LLC today released MathGirl Addition House, a math game for iOS. Designed just for girls, MathGirl combines cute, fresh graphics and the engagement of gaming with a visual, right-brain approach to numbers. Five-year-olds can tackle the first few levels. Older girls and even adults will be challenged by the higher levels. MathGirl Addition House actually teaches. By learning to see numbers in patterns, players earn stars to buy prizes to build their personal houses.