Independent developer Nathan Parks today introduces Kick to Pick 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Kick to Pick randomly cycles through thousands of baby names whilst monitoring a baby’s movements to sense any signs of enthusiasm there may be. Any kick detected by the program will then stop the cycle at the baby’s chosen name, ready for the parents to accept their child’s choice or dismiss the name and start their search again.
App Zap today announces Kick the Buddy 1.1, an update to their interactive action game for iOS. Offering a great way to relieve stress and lower their blood pressure, players choose the face for the Buddy from their Photo Library or just leave him as he is and do with him literally whatever they want. There is a boxing glove to punch the Buddy, fishing rod to catch him, fuel tank to pull Buddy to pieces, Japanese sword and lots of other ingenious methods to get square with the Buddy.
Renowned organic medicine physician Craig Koniver, MD, launches 42 Healthy Solutions for iOS. This easy-to-use iPhone application lists 42 different common illnesses and enables users to discover over 70 natural supplements to treat several common ailments, including headaches, depression, and memory loss. 42 Healthy Solutions is linked with Dr. Koniver’s Organic Performance Lab store, which offers supplements specially formulated by the doctor himself.
UK based Kevin Ng Games today updated iPhone game Kick Flick 2010, adding iPad and iPhone 4 Retina Display support. Free to existing users, Kick Flick 2010 is a soccer game in which the player takes free kicks. Emulating the free kick heroics of famous players, the player must swerve the football around the wall of players and past the keeper, albeit by flicking the ball rather than kicking it. The game lets players compete online both worldwide and with friends.