Chicago based Davka Corporation today announces Talmud Keys 1.1, an update to its popular Hebrew-English dictionary app used by Talmud students. Talmud Keys comes with a core word listing of 500 of the most common Hebrew-Aramaic words, expressions, and abbreviations. It offers complete with English translation, in an easy-to-use, scrollable dictionary format. Version 1.1 allows users to add additional Hebrew-Aramaic words and much more.
Independent mobile developer Mikhail Eliseev today announces iPianoRoll 3.11 for the iPad. This is the only iPad game created to actually help users learn how to play their favorite music on the piano as they game with the app. Utilizing a full mini multi-touch piano keyboard and an easily comprehensible “falling notes” structure this musical app allows users to play, practice, and master their favorite songs on the piano.
Lagente Software today releases PinPoint 3.6.1, their popular mouse enhancement for Mac OS X. Used by screencast professionnals & presenters to help their audience locate the mouse on screen, PinPoint provides the user with a series of animated graphics which are displayed around the mouse pointer. It helps audiences follow-along presentations and demos and also serves to help the visually disabled use their computers more effectively.
UK based Quapps Interactive today introduces Andy Gray & Richard Keys – The Funniest Football Quotes for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Join Andy Gray and Richard Keys in a brand new animated show where they discuss the most outrageous, funny, stupid and unbelievable quotations from Footballers, Managers & Commentators alike. Perfect for football fans or comedy fans worldwide. Perfect for football fans or comedy fans worldwide.
Chicago based Davka Corporation today announces Talmud Keys 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch, an app for beginning Talmud students. Talmud Keys includes more than 500 of the most common Hebrew-Aramaic words, expressions, and abbreviations used in the Talmud, complete with English translation in a dictionary format. Users can browse through the word listings, view the words and phrases in alphabetical order, or search the database in Hebrew or English.