iStoryTime today introduces The Smurfs Movie Storybook 1.0, their new children’s storybook app for iOS devices. The Smurfs storybook follows the magical little creatures Papa Smurf, Grouchy, Brainy, Clumsy, Gutsy, and Smurfette on their exciting and unimaginable journey to a faraway land called New York City. Following the original movie storyline, it gives fans a Smurfy sneak peek of exclusive images and voiceovers from the film prior to its U.S. debut on July 29, 2011.
Soluble Apps along with Northern Film & Media today announce the release of ShotList 1.0 for iOS. ShotList places a professional-quality filmmaking tool in the hands of anyone putting together a movie or video shoot. The unique new app puts the Production Stripboard system used for many years in the film industry onto mobile devices for the first time, allowing the planning and tracking of every scene of a shoot as it happens. Communication is streamlined with DropBox and email integration.
Bonbol is proud to announce the update to Movie Club PRO, version 5.0. Movie Club PRO offers iOS users a library of full length movies available to stream directly to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, all for the price of a single application. In total over 100 hours of Action, Comedy, Drama, Horror, Documentary and Animation features are included with Movie Club PRO. Movie Club PRO is the first in a series of streaming video applications planned by Bonbol.
Fling Soft today announces the availability of Movie Vault 1.3 for iOS. This update includes full AirPlay functionality, improved streaming servers, and additional features including a personal queue allowing the user to create a playlist of films that they would like to watch at another time. The prices of the applications have also been reduced to $1.99 (iPhone) and $2.99 (iPad). That’s over 1,000 classic films, full AirPlay support, streaming over 3G and Wi-fi, with nothing more to buy.
Belgian based Creaceed announces Movie Stiller 1.1 is now fully compatible with the brand new iPad 2, making it the perfect companion to Apple’s iMovie. Movie Stiller stabilizes videos recorded with the iPad (or iPhone), automatically removing unpleasant camera shake. The user interface is optimized for Retina display, and supports all device orientations, so that you can watch the videos at full size. Movie Stiller uses the same technology as Elasty for the Mac.
BorOv Development has released Movie Quiz 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Movie Quiz is a unique app that checks how well you know movies. You have to guess the film from a single frame of it. You are given 30 seconds to do this. Only true cinemaddicts will guess most of them. There are over 2500 movies and 40000 frames in our database. Support for OpenFeint will allow you to post your results to worldwide leaderboard and impress your friends, making the app even more addictive.
UK based Quapps Interactive today introduces Redd Pepper’s Movie Trailer Maker 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Redd Pepper is known for his movie voiceovers and his amazing, terrifying voice and now you can have him on your mobile device to drop a personalised movie trailer as and when you need one. Construct an unlimited amount of unique trailers and have them played back by Redd immediately from your device.
Created by London based development house Bonbol, Movie Club 3.0 offers iOS users a library of 60+ full length movies streamed directly to iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. With Movie Club, all current and future content is available free of charge once the iOS App is installed. The 60 full-length movies currently available includes over 100 hours of Action, Comedy, Drama, Horror, Kids and Animation features, ranging from cinema classics to releases as recent as 2010.
Creaceed today releases Movie Stiller 1.0.1 for iOS devices. Movie Stiller stabilizes video recorded with iPhone, removing unpleasant camera shake. Users can preview and adjust the effect within Movie Stiller, and then export the processed video back to their Photo Album. Users can even tune the process by adjusting stabilization strength, frame scaling, and compare original and processed videos within the app.
Rod Maxwell’s award-winning children’s film “The Wishing Well”, now a fully interactive iPad app entitled “The Wishing Well Popup Movie and Game” is named “Hot App Of The Week” by MSN’s The Surf Report. “The Wishing Well Popup Movie and Game” includes the “The Wishing Well” film, a popup book, and a game based on the film. Children of all ages can try their luck at tossing coins into the magical well while avoiding the film’s evil mechanical turtles.
California based Big Ideas Corporation today announces Say What You See: The Collection, the sequel to its successful debut iPhone game. Say What You See is an intuitive puzzle game with a new take on the hidden object genre. Hidden inside each themed canvas, Scary Movies and Books 2 Film, are clues in the form of rebus riddles. Users must spot and decipher the 50 clues in each. Each iCanvas is exclusively designed and hand-painted by internationally renowned artist Amie Bolissian.
California based iStoryTime releases Megamind Storybook App 1.0 for iOS. Suddenly, Megamind realizes that without a super hero, a super villain’s life has no purpose. Can the world’s smartest man make the smart decision for once? Can the evil genius become the unlikely hero of his own story? iStoryTime books are illustrated and narrated so you can share quality time with your kids or even let them enjoy it on their own when you’re busy.