Texas based TimeBom, Corp. today announces Book of Magic 2.0 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This innovative learning application allows users to learn simple yet effective magic tricks within minutes and use them to amaze and impress their peers, loved ones, and colleagues. The application includes sixty unique magic tricks to learn, with tricks divided up by category and taught via well produced video lesson clips.
Today Apalon announces Magical Images 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The application features a collection of specifically designed images of animals, people and objects. When a layer with vertical stripes is put on them, it gives the illusion of motion that brings everything to life with extraordinary realism. The image collection was created from scratch specifically for the app and then broken into several frames. A special overlay is used to trigger an animation effect.
Utah based developer Matthew King today announces the newly updated and improved Optical Illusions 100+ for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Amuse yourself with illusions that appear to move, psychedelic patterns that’ll trick your eyes, and amazing illustrations that contain cool hidden images. This application is a terrific way to pass the time while waiting or any time you’re looking for a fun, engaging diversion.
Apalon today announce Eye Illusions 2.0, a completely revamped version of its famous application for iOS. Eye Illusions offers users a great variety of optical illusions, eye tricks and color tests. Version 2.0 now adds Magical Images section where users can turn static images into frantically moving objects. As always, the app features handy navigation, videos and even more optical tricks and illusions.
ConglomerApps today released Trippy Visuals 1.1 for iPad users. The application offers users a library of colorful illusions that are mesmerizing to stare into and the images can be used as screen savers or picture frames on an iPad. Trippy Visuals contains loads of stills for users to choose from and now, videos have been added to the Trippy Visuals’ library, enhancing an already rich user experience.