Teens have a new way to explore Paris with the Time Traveler Tours StoryApp Beware Madame La Guillotine: A Revolutionary Tour of Paris, for iPhone and iPod touch. Tweens, teens and anyone who loves a good yarn now have a way to explore one of the world’s greatest cities using their smartphone. Time Traveler apps give tourists and armchair travelers everything from practical information and a restaurant discount to fun activities, puzzles, scavenger hunts and brain-teasers to do along the way.
Glow, the developers of Mobisella are into mobile media in a big way and are looking to develop a whole range of free-to-download, free-to-use mobile media apps based on their new Mobisella platform. Mobisella’s Free Classified application puts your unwanted stuff where it’ll sell, on mobiles, on the streets and in the hands of people who want to buy. It’s totally mobile classified advertising. Mobisella also posts to sites like eBay, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Craigslist at the same time.
Elite Gudz today released massively upgraded versions of their popular Graffiti Spray Can application. Each new version is equipped with the same set of upgraded features including more sophisticated painting effects, social features and access to an abundance of graffiti related add-ons and exclusive merchandise. The upgraded paint effects include new texture choices, more colors and more realistic spray paint behavior.
California based Deep Thoughts Software today introduces Drug Wars! 1.0, a remake of their popular classic strategy game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The game brings back the original challenge where users need to buy low and sell high in order to make as much money as they can before time runs out. Players travel around New York selling their wares and avoiding the police. Their first iPhone game, Drug Wars! has been fully updated for modern times with new challenges and twists.
ThroughView today announces Streets of New York 1.0 for the iPad. This interactive 3D book takes the reader back into our history. Photographs, by Jacob Riis, showing the quality of life in the slums at the end of 19th century New York have been reconstructed in 3D. This is combined with background information about both the history of New York and the life the photographer. It lets the reader experience history in an innovative way.