Toronto-based video training provider, Infinite Skills Inc. releases Learn Photoshop CS5 Quickly And Easily 1.0, a new iPad app designed to let users learn Photoshop skills from anywhere they want. This guide delivers 11 hours of Photoshop CS5 tutorials via WiFi and 3G and includes AirPlay. All of the videos included in the app are high-definition and specifically tailored for the iPad’s large screen, not rescaled iPhone-sized content.
Today Readdle announces time limited sale on its best iOS applications. Scanner Pro and PDF Expert are available at 30% discount on the App Store from May, 25 until May, 26. Scanner Pro has topped the list of best selling business applications on the App Store for many times. PDF Expert is a cutting edge application for annotating PDF documents and editing PDF forms. Thousands of students, legal professionals, real estate managers, sales agents and business owners use it daily.
Ayogo, Always Online Group has announced the release of Pimp Your Name 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch. This unique app gives the users the opportunity to put their own name in a great design. The resulting image can be saved to the user’s photo album and set as a lock screen background. The App renders the user’s name in beautiful letters and puts it into the design. A truly unique and personal way to style the lock screen of iOS devices.
UK based Lightwood Games today introduces Worcle 1.0, their new original puzzle game for iOS devices. Shoot balls into a circle to make words. Worcle invites players to bend their minds with a unique new challenge and twist for fans of casual word games. The game’s strategy mode offers a steady pace with a great learning curve, whereas quick thinking is required for timed mode. The game turns to Apple’s Game Center to allow players to compete against their friends.
Polymash Inc. today announces Embracing Change 1.2, an update to their one-of-a-kind self-help app for Apple’s iPad device. Embracing Change provides users with a practical coaching experience and proven methodology at their fingertips. It puts users in the leadership role as they deal with change, in business or any other aspect of their chosen lifestyle. Version 1.2 provides step-by-step coaching of change management skills with additional audio and video tips and more.
California based Sagerstone Consulting has released iCharlie 1.0. The new application consists of 56 audio quotes on the iPhone version and 60 audio quotes on the iPad version. The user simply taps on the sound they wish to play for themselves or their friends and family. The user can tap on the same sound again to stop the sound from playing. This application is meant for any Charlie Sheen fan or anyone who enjoys a good laugh or wants to make people laugh.
France based Fabulapps announces the release of Chop Booth 1.0 for iOS. Chop Booth, one of the newest apps in the iPhone App Store, is an addictive skill game that involves throwing axes at the player’s friends while they wear one of several amusing bodies. Users take a picture of their friends through the game app, which then places the faces on a body of the player’s choice. Players can unlock hilarious new bodies for their friends in the game by scoring points.
Chicago based Robust Media has announced Jibber 1.0.1 an iOS app that utilizes the front-facing camera allowing users to create their own video impressions of others. A new photo can be taken instantly and used inside Jibber(TM), or an existing photo from the device’s camera roll can be selected and then cropped. The mouth of the subject is then erased using a finger, and the user then proceeds to create his/her own mouth video as if it were the subject’s mouth.
Mettigel Software today announces iTalker 1.1, an update to their iOS based AAC Solution. Beside some stability fixes iTalker now offers the feature to display pictures on the button, like it is used in common popular solutions for augmentated and assisted communication. Perfect for lesson planning, iTalker can do voice recordings that can be grouped to playlists, so each lesson has to be recorded only once and can be used as often as needed.
SSCM today released Celeb and Me 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. SSCM has made it easy for users to insert themselves next to their favorite celebrity. Users can select from 400 photos of more than 200 top celebrities and merge them with their own pictures. Users can easily incorporate a full body or close-up cameo shot, optionally make adjustments, and then share the resulting snapshot with others via email, Twitter and Facebook.
Sprockit, Inc. today released Career Facemapper 1.1 for iPhone users. This is a new application that assesses facial features to suggest career paths. It’s all just for fun, though. Using a headshot taken with an iPhone, the app merges it with a funny cartoon picture of a specific career. There are fifty career choices available and users can easily share results directly from within the app, thanks to the social networking integration.
UK based Electric Pocket today announces Ringtone Remix Pro 1.03, their new ringtone creation studio for iOS. With Ringtone Remix Pro, iPhone users can easily create their own free ringtones from the music they already own and connect with Dropbox to sync and share ringtones. Ringtone Remix Pro offers the easiest ways to get ringtones from the iPhone into iTunes, including via email, Dropbox and iTunes File Sharing.
Virginia based Hunter Research and Technology today introduces gyroCam 1.0.1 for iPhone and iPod touch. gyroCam automatically levels photos in real time, while shooting. With gyroCam, users don’t need to worry about crooked aim or setting up and taking level shots – the app does it for them. gyroCam frames a level 4:3 sub-image from the scene, with perfect alignment every time. gyroCam brings a true point-and-shoot capability to iOS devices, and makes photography easier and more fun.
Dzine Apps, LLC today released Historical iMarkers 1.0.1 for iOS devices, offering the most comprehensive database of historical markers available. Users are able to find roadside markers for any area, read or have the app read the description aloud and share the information via email. Data comes from participating State Historical Preservation Offices, the National Register of Historical Places, as well as sites and users who contribute information.