eFusion today is pleased to announce the release of eWiFi 2.0.4 with some additional features including donation function to help victims of Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. It is a application to scan surrounding free and secured WiFi access points and connect to get instant internet access wherever you are in the world. eWiFi is also capable to connect home and office secure WiFi network automatically with first priority.
Shanghai based indie game studio, Coconut Island Studio contributes their in-game ad slot to serve Japan Red Cross’s earthquake donation advertisement for free. What they are going to do is to serve the Japan Red Cross’s Earthquake Donation advertisement for free for a whole week in their most popular iPhone casual game iDragPaper Free. To do that they will give up all their advertisement revenue during their charitable activity of iDragPaper Free which serves 200,000 impressions daily.
One Tap Go today introduces Japan Crisis HD 1.0 for iOS. With Japan Crisis HD, users can read the most updated news and get interactive tools about the Japan Nuclear Crisis. The application features interactive tools like the Radiation Dose Calculation Simulator and Radiation Risk Levels Chart so that users can better understand radiation and its impact, as well as easily understandable information about radiation exposure, symptoms and first aid of radiation sickness.
Understanding that a natural disaster can be particularly devastating for children, TouchyBooks collaborates with UNICEF’s office in Spain to create “Momotaro,” an interactive story that emphasizes helping those less fortunate and overcoming daunting challenges. With a majority of the eBook’s proceeds going to UNICEF’s work in Japan, “Momotaro” also allows a child to contribute in his or her own way to the relief effort.
Bangkok based Extend Interactive Co. announces a promotion on Jigsaw Mansion to help raise money for disaster relief operations in Japan via Red Cross’ Disaster Relief fund. Jigsaw Mansion 2.0.1 offers users fifteen uniquely breathtakingly artistic jigsaw puzzles to play through the instant they open the game. Users are now free to download free or paid puzzle packs directly through its in-app store. The game also features automatic auto-saving to ensure that players never loose their progress.
Ivanovich Games will donate any profits resulting from the sale of all their games on March 23, 2011, to the families of the victims of the Japan earthquake. To reach as many people as possible, the price of all their games will be reduced to $0.99 during the whole day. This initiative will include popular games such as Operation Wow, Type Type Train, Time Geeks and all other games in Ivanovich Games iOS catalogue.
Macgamestore.com announces the “Mac Games For Japan Relief Bundle.” This very special time-limited bundle of 15 games is aimed at helping the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Available now thru Monday, March 21, this exclusive collection combines hit games from some of the most popular and big-hearted names in independent Mac gaming today. Proceeds will be donated to the Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami disaster relief fund through the American Red Cross.
Ohanaware today announces their plan to help the people of Japan. From Mar 18th until Mar 25th, 2011, Ohanaware will be selling their software, including the new HDRtist Pro and award winning Funtastic Photos, at half price. All the profit that Ohanaware generates this week will then be donated to the Red Cross, to be used to provide medical care, shelter, food and water for those that need it after last weeks earth quake and tsunami.
With gratitude for the support of their Japanese customers, Denver based Interval Studios will donate 100% of proceeds from app sales from March 11 through March 31 to the Japan Society’s Earthquake Relief Fund. The company has had their greatest success in the Japanese market. Thicket is an audiovisual world of texture, movement, line and tone. It is part art piece, part toy, part wind chime, part spiderweb. If you like snowflakes, chaos, fire, and music without words, Thicket is for you.
California based SmartRoam, developers of the popular iPhone app ChatTime is giving new and existing customers, from 48 countries, free calls to Japan until the end of March. SmartRoam wants to make it easy and painless for ChatTime users around the world to reach out to their friends and family in Japan. ChatTime provides a low-cost international calling service offering a calling experience that is just as easy and reliable as regular iPhone calls at a fraction of the price.
Macbundler’s charity bundle promotion has launched with 6 amazing apps packed into a bundle. The list of applications include: Snaprocket, Macomfort, Whatsize, Memoir, MediaRage and Transpod. The bundle promotion runs for two weeks and 20% will be donated to a charity of your choice. All licenses are delivered immediately after purchase. An affiliate program will also be in place for website owners to earn from advertising the bundle promotion.
Dallas based leader in barcode-powered shopping Big in Japan today announced that Sam’s Club, a division of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and serving more than 47 million members in the U.S., has released the Sam’s Club App for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, incorporating the ShopSavvy(R) ScannerKit SDK. Like other apps utilizing the ShopSavvy ScannerKit SDK, the Sam’s Club App will incorporate AdOns(R), the Big in Japan UPC/GPS mobile advertising framework.