Internet Design Zone, an iOS application developer, has launched a new iPad app – Lovepedia for iPad 1.0. Lovepedia for iPad gives advice, tips, do’s and don’ts, etc., in the matters of love, dating, relationships and breakups. It is aimed at making the reader far better in love relationships. One may think that love advice is available in many sites on the net, then why this app? The reasons are interactive interface, engaging content, wonderful visual experience, one app for all advice.
Power App GmbH today introduces Beauty_de 1.0 for iOS, their app that shows users how to make their own, customized cosmetic masks. Designed for all who are concerned about the health of their skin, the app eliminates the need for high-markup, poorly tested, commercial cosmetics made from less than ideal ingredients. The app provides step-by-step instructions for making skin care products especially for the user’s skin type, and will be of special value to those with allergies to cosmetics.
Top US criminal attorney Ralph Behr today announces Say No to Police 1.01, his new iPhone/iPad book. Using 21st century e-book functionalities the app puts at fingertips hundreds of one paragraph criminal law concepts. Parents, educators, and those who need to know can get easy access to the most basic criminal law rules in seconds. Knowing your rights no longer takes years of law school or thousands of dollars in legal fees. It answers every legal question at the touch of a finger.
Independent developer Esa Helttula has released Column Subtraction 1.4, an update to the popular educational math app for iPhone and iPod touch. Column Subtraction 1.4 allows the user to teach and study column subtraction problems step by step and animates all the steps. The user can now input custom numbers or use random problems like before. The app is easy to use and it has an intuitive interface with customizable colors and other settings.