kode80 LLC today is pleased to announce the upcoming release of it’s new iOS game 1-bit Ninja. 1-bit Ninja introduces a unique 2D visual style inspired by LCD games of old that can be dragged into 3D at any time and a control scheme designed specifically for touch screens. 1-bit Ninja brings nostalgia up to date with it’s 3D slant on the classic 2D gameplay. Secrets are hidden behind the 3D perspective that require the player to explore beyond 2D.
OfficeBleepster is an iPad application that allows for 2-way communication between an executive and his or her assistant. The app connects two iPads on a Wi-Fi network so the iPads may communicate with each other. Each pair of users includes one “executive” and “assistant” each with a screen that is relevant to their role. OfficeBleepster avoids interruptions, provides fast communications, and eliminates wasted time through safe and secure messaging.
California based InterLingua Publishing today announces its full collection of EngLits summaries of classic books of more than 80 titles in Apple’s iBookstore. Some of the EngLits titles include William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, Charles Dicken’s “Great Expectations”, and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby”. EngLits summaries of classic books were developed to assist high school and college students to fully comprehend all of their school required reading.
Texas based Carnation Software today released Say it & Mail it Recorder 4.0.3, an update to their popular emailer app for iPhone and iPod Touch. Say it & Mail it is the quickest and easiest way to email a voice memo from your iPhone to yourself or to others. Send yourself reminders when you are away from your computer. No typing required. With its full multitasking support, version 4.0.3 adds two new features that make it much easier to send voice memos.
Aji, LLC has just announced that their popular iPad app iAnnotate PDF will be part of the required course materials for first-year medical school students at Stanford. Apple recently announced that educational institutions will be able to buy apps in bulk through iTunes, and as part of a trial program to integrate the iPad into academics, Stanford School of Medicine will now be providing all of their first-year students with iPads.Recent update includes several new features.