CodeCrop today announces Snap 1.40, an update to their popular camera app for iOS devices. Snap turns the iPhone camera into a productivity tool: snap a photo, write as many notes as you want, move them with your finger and the picture is saved with the notes overlaid on it. Easily share on Facebook, Twitter and more. Version 1.40 brings a new interface to add notes directly on the image with live changes. And now you can add the address of an image using the symbols keyboard.
BeiZ today announces Staraoke 1.3 for iPhone and iPad. Staraoke is a game that lets children control a cartoon character on their screen by singing along to various songs. Designed especially for 4 to 9 year old children, the software recognizes the singer’s pitch and keeps the character on the path unless you sing off key. If you sing correctly, the character stays on the path and you ramp up points. Children will quickly develop their singing ability to win as many points as possible.
EyePower Games today launches AlterLook 1.0.1, a free and fun makeover iPhone application. Using the face-detection technology, AlterLook allows its users to easily and accurately superimpose photo-realistic hairstyles and glasses on themselves, without the need for the users to make big position adjustments to the virtual assets to fit their faces. With over 30 hairstyles and glasses to mix and match, the users can essentially create hundreds of different looks of themselves or of others.
Softmines today announces Bloody Hell 1.1, an update to their popular action game for iPhone and iPod touch. Bloody Hell puts the player into the shoes of a man hell bent on taking the ultimate retribution from his adversaries – their deaths. Using a wide variety of weaponry including guns, bombs and nuclear explosions, players can wreak destruction on any and all figures that dare to cross their path. Version 1.1 brings a complete overhaul of the whole UI, adding boss battles and much more.