The Cooties epidemic has spread to iPhones all over the world, but the indie developers from ImaginaryFeet haven’t seen much revenue. So, after a positive initial response to the game’s launch in April, indie developers Emil Anticevic and Tom McLeod are redesigning levels, adding new features, and trading in their original pricing strategy for a tiered in-app purchase system. The newest update brings the game down to less than 20 mgs and boasts two new in-app purchases.
The average iPhone owner has downloaded 40 apps, but less than half protect their iPhone with the built-in PIN protection feature. With Return My Phone, returning a lost iPhone is both quick and safe, without the owner having to disclose personal information or arranging anonymous meetings. When installing Return My Phone, users are encouraged to set a PIN code as this new app creates a bespoke Lock Screen image that enables the owner to offer a reward if the iPhone is ever lost.
Warsaw based AngryOrange today announced the launch of their first ever application onto the Apple App Store with Just a Ball 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Just a Ball is an action packed puzzle game that challenges users to use problem solving skills to get a soccer ball from its starting position into a box with a single shot using only some sparse materials and sheer shooting accuracy.
Castle Builders today introduces Kung Fu Panda 2 Interactive Cookbook 1.0 for iPad. The app presents the ultimate cooking experience, offering favorite Kung Fu Panda recipes, clips from the movie, cooking demonstration videos, and tips, making the recipes accessible, fun and easy to make. Among the useful functions, users may find a cooking timer, a unit converter, voice recording cooking, favorite recipes bookmark, shopping list, and Facebook, Twitter and email sharing of your favorite recipes.
Applications for Life Company today announces Box Shot 3D 3.3.2, an update to their powerful utility that makes “shots” of 3D shapes. Using ray-tracing rendering technology, Box Shot 3D allows anyone to render software boxes, book covers, magazines, CD, DVD and Blu-Ray boxes, cans, bottles, mugs, bags and much more. No 3D-knowledge is required and the results look very professional. Version 3.3.2 fixes some batch-rendering issues and allows to put several objects to a scene.
Mobicle, in partnership with NetMarble, the South Korean gaming giant, is pleased to announce the arrival of their much anticipated action RPG for iPhone and iPod touch, Samurai Girl 1.0.0. The game has already caused a stir with reviews from focus groups lauding the game. Samurai Girl immerses players in the adventures of Hikaru, a young girl armed with an enchanted, sword, the need to regain her memory, and the duty to avenge her family.
Taipei based Spica introduces Tip Calculator ++ 1.0 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. As well as quickly calculating tips while at restaurants, Tip Calculator ++ also provides users with the ability to calculate multiple tips at once if users are splitting the bill between numerous diners at once. These added features allow users to choose the currency they are using, as well as giving them control over whether or not their tip is calculated with or without tax charges taken into account.
BSoft today introduces MoneyMeter 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. MoneyMeter is a unique iOS program for the definition of dimensions and weight of cash in bills. Featuring a simple interface, just select the desired amount of money and type id bill in Dollars, Euro or Roubles. The size, weight and type of containers are determined automatically. Calculation is made for new papers. For real papers it is necessary to do the amendment towards increase.