Inkstone Software today announces QuickReader 3.0 for iOS, an update to their eBook Reader with Speed Reading Technology. Rated first in sales of all iOS Speed Reading apps, QuickReader incorporates advanced technology, not simple skimming, to painlessly break old reading habits, improving both reading speed and comprehension. The app features extensive Settings, giving the user total control over all functions. The 3.0 update makes it the first and only speed reading app to run native on iPad.
Inkstone Software today announces MegaReader 2.0 for iOS, an update to their best-selling, customizable iOS eBook reader that gives users access to over 1.8 million free books on the Internet. Updated, it is now a universal app, ideal for running native on iPad’s large screen. Featuring in-app connectivity with such book catalogs as Feedbooks, Project Gutenberg, Baen Free Books, Smashwords, and the Internet Archive, both classic and modern books may be downloaded free and stored indefinitely.
Wimmera Native Nursery today released Native Plant Guide 1.0.1 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application is an instruction guide and teaching tool for users worldwide to learn about native Australian plant species. Information about selection, preparation, planting and maintenance of the plants is included in the extensive database, which can be searched or browsed. Native Plant Guide includes hundreds of beautiful plant photos.
MultiEducator Inc. today announces Finance Formulator 2.5, a major update to their best-selling finance calculator, and the tenth of their 36 iOS apps to now include native support for the iPad. Although the user may touch the “2X” button on their iPad screen when running an app designed for iPhone, this quick-fix often results in grainy, unattractive text and graphics plagued by “jaggies.” MultiEducator plans to have updated iPad native versions of all their apps in release by the end of 2010.
Dave Wooldridge, author of Apress’s latest book “Beginning iPad Development for iPhone Developers: Mastering the iPad SDK” provides three useful tips for all iPhone developers who want to leverage their skills to master the iPad-exclusive frameworks and features to create professional apps for the iPad. This book is a comprehensive, easy-to-follow programming guide. It has all the answers for iPhone and iPod touch app developers looking to move into iPad app development.