Micro-surveys on both sides of the Atlantic seem to agree that it is time for more kid friendly apps. Newly launched My Pal Apps is trying to take advantage of this by saying no to these extra revenue streams in favor of what kids really want in an app. With “I Read”, the new app in its range of Educational games, My Pal Apps promises to keep the kids “in the game” in more ways than one.
From the software artisans at A Tasty Pixel comes comes Loopy 2.0 for iOS, a savvy, sophisticated new iPhone live looping app that combines power with simplicity. A sleek, tactile interface lets anyone create music by layering looped recordings of singing, beatboxing, or playing an instrument. A wealth of rich, expressive features let more advanced users take their creativity even further. Loopy 2 empowers musicians and casual users alike.
Seattle based Alfstad Capital launches Profentia 2.0.1, a mobile App from which subscribers receive daily commentary on the workings of capital markets. Profentia provides both a daily snapshot of economic conditions and unique market insights investors can use for their own further research and analysis. Already a fixture on KOMO NewsRadio as a finance expert, Mike Alfstad applies a skill that is now second nature – distilling 24 hours of market activity into keen observations and predictions.
AppFreeway is an all new app discovery service created with the main purpose of offering iOS developers more installs for their apps. The AppFreeway team showcases 5 leading apps weekly while giving them flexibility of updating image ads for their apps in order to maximize conversion rates. Video trailers have been proven to increase download rates for apps by giving viewers a sneak peak at the apps before downloading; they are also an essential part of getting app reviews.