Croatian based Curious Bit today announced an update to Perfect Slice for the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as for Perfect Slice HD for the iPad and iPad 2. In celebration of the release of this newly improved version of the game, the developer has also announced a limited time promotion that will see Perfect Slice HD’s price dropped. Perfect Slice HD version 1.1 is an expansive game in every sense of the word, with over a hundred sliceable objects.
Stone Design today released new versions of its top-selling iPhone Twitter client Twittelator Pro and Twittelator Free. Twittelator includes many power features, including unlimited custom themes, multiple accounts, lists, and much more. Twitter recently added Twitter Photo Service – now Twittelator shows these images inline. Version 4.7 meets the new requirements for a more secure login and upon upgrade, there will be no interuption of messages when Twitter turns on the new permissions.
Big Stone Phone today announces Twittelator for iPad 1.8, an update to its award winning Twitter client. Its beautiful user interface allows you to always keep your friends’ tweets in view while you explore the rest of what Twitter has to offer. Shoot, edit and upload video to 5 video sites and co-upload to YouTube directly from your new iPad 2. All iPads enjoy viewing the new Twitter Photo’s inline, and this version is ready for the new changes in authorization keys for third party clients.
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.
See Here Studios celebrates storytime with Dad by dropping prices on its award-winning iOS storybook apps for Father’s Day Weekend. The company will also be raffling off an iTunes Gift card on its Facebook and Twitter sites. The children’s book apps The Wrong Side of the Bed 3D and The Three Pandas are designed for ages 3-8 and are readable on both the iPad and iPhone.
MacPhun LLC proudly announces that more than 300 000 iPhone and iPod touch users all over the world downloaded Cartoonatic, their video editing app that was created to add another zest to video recording by adding cartoonish effects to users’ videos. It comes with nine appealing cartoon and sketch style video effects that can be previewed in real time. All users’ masterpieces can be easily shared via YouTube, Facebook, e-mail, Twitter, or saved to their device’s Camera Roll.
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.
Independent software developer Christian Kienle today introduces Store News for iOS 1.0, his free application, now available in the App Store. Store News for iOS is the quickest way of finding out the best deals in the App Store. An app that cost real money yesterday could be totally free today. Sporting easy-to-use interface, Store News shows both categories of apps that are totally free and apps that still cost a little bit of money.
German based Boinx Software today takes its first leap in delivering its creative apps on the iPad 2 platform with You Gotta See This! 2.0, the company’s popular panography photo app originally designed for the iPhone 4. You Gotta See This! moves to the iPad 2 with all the same user-friendly features. Designed originally for iPhone 4, You Gotta See This! gives users the ability to choose between the two built-in cameras, hit record, point, and capture their surroundings.
Independent software developer Christian Kienle has announced Store News 1.1, his free application for Mac OS X, now available in the Mac App Store. Store News is the quickest way of finding out the best deals in the Mac App Store. An app that cost real money yesterday could be totally free today. Sporting easy-to-use interface, Store News shows both categories of apps that are totally free and apps that still cost a little bit of money.
Top 10 Produce LLC launches Locale, a 100% traceable strawberry brand that connects growers and consumers through ShopSavvy. Grocery shoppers can use their smartphones to scan barcodes on produce to determine the farm of origin and learn more about independent farmers who grow their food. The grower profile includes information about the farmer, a map of the location where the product was grown, links to the farmer’s Facebook and Twitter accounts and more.
California based Smartoonz today releases Monkey See Monkey Do – Savanna 1.02, an update to its first entertaining interactive 3D application for Apple iPhone and iPod touch. Based on the successful Series “Monkey See Monkey Do”, Monkey See Monkey Do – Savanna is an easy-to-use interactive fun App for the whole family. Monkey loves interacting with his fans, and with six entertaining screens he can do exactly that! Users can play with him, tease him and even take a picture with him.
I-Imagine Interactive today announces Space Freight 1.1, their recent release for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This strategically minded arcade game charges players with directing cargo ships to their main mother-ship as it travels to the cosmos. The ultimate goal is getting to as many exotic extraterrestrial planets as possible before the players’ ship runs out of energy. The game is integrated via Apple’s Game Center as well as OpenFeint, which provides interactive online leaderboards.