Tickets on the Fly allows you to deal directly with the person who owns the tickets for Free. By cutting out the middle man out such as StubHub and the like you can save up to 35% on your ticket purchases. Tickets on the Fly’s design allows users to quickly and efficiently browse, search for, and purchase event, concert, and sports tickets from their mobile device. Tickets on the Fly as the Craig’s List of ticket searching.
British developer Big Ideas Digital today announced that their second iPhone game, Say What You See: The Collection 2.1 has achieved over 600,000 downloads through the Apple App Store in May. Say What You See: The Collection, a free-to-download game, involves spotting themed pop culture references in a beautifully hand-painted scenes. Each scene featuring 50 puzzles is downloaded separately, so that players only have to acquire the iCanvases for subjects that spark their interest.
Indie developers Big Ideas Digital are proud to announce that their second iPhone game, Say What You See: The Collection 2.0 has become the number 1 free game on the UK Apple App Store after just seven days. The 2.0 release last week also debuted a new artist for Say What You See, Gary Lucken, better known to his fans as Army of Trolls. Gary is famous for his unique pixel art style, which emulates the blocky look of old video games.
UK based Big Ideas Digital today announces Say What You See 2.0, an update to its popular puzzle game for iPhone and iPad. The Say What You See franchise is a fresh take on the hidden object genre, challenging players to pick out the popular bands, movies and TV shows hidden in intricately detailed, hand-painted scenes. Version 2.0 contains a host of new features, including a built-in hints system and a whole new look. We’ve even got a new mascot, Rebus, a guy with an eye for puzzling fun.
Long Island based Networking Intel today announces iDrink4Free 2.7 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The perfect resource for any frugal yet resourceful drinker, this app teaches users how to master thirty seven unique bar bets that will amaze user’s friends and leave them sitting on the wrong end of the bar tab every night. Version 2.7 of iDrink4Free includes performance updates and fixes with various minor bugs.
Independent developers Elad Zarko and Ori Goshen today announce iNever 1.1.0 for iPad. iNever is an app for sharing all the crazy things you’ve done or haven’t done. It’s also a fantastic app to discover things you never knew you wanted to do, and quite possibly where you can make those un-experienced moments come true. The endless thought of things people have never done or on the flip side, the wild things they have, served as the concept for the iNever iPad app.
SVibe Ltd. today released Say Hello World 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Say Hello World offers beautiful photos, illustrations and audios to teach youngsters about twelve different countries. Illustrated children greet users in their own language and provide pictures and sounds of national architecture, flags, animals and food. Users can view that country’s flag, three photos of buildings, animals and food, as well as listen to sounds of native animals, the national anthem and more.
Social Jitney delivers another hit iPhone application: Say No to Police. The App was created for criminal law expert Ralph Behr, ESQ. Say No to Police is designed as a quick reference encyclopedia of the most useful information to help users understand the legal nuances inherent within the most common types of law enforcement encounters. In-app chapters include topics such as drug arrests, police searches, how bail works, the importance of legal discovery, legal defenses, and many others.