Vancouver based Moving Tales today introduces This Too Shall Pass 1.0, their classic world tales series for iOS. Completing a trilogy of wisdom tales, This Too Shall Pass tells the tale of a noble but disenchanted King searching for some lasting truth. Depicting the King’s delicate transformation, this poignant story is universal in its resonance. Inspired from Persian, Buddhist and Jewish sources, the app uses Cover Flow-like navigation and includes compelling, voice-over narratives and text.
Virginia based St. Clair Software today announces App Tamer 1.0.6, an update to their Macintosh utility that automatically pauses applications to improve battery life and reduce CPU usage. App Tamer’s unique AutoStop capability automatically pauses applications when you switch away from them, and then restarts them when you click back to them. The new version of App Tamer corrects several problems and reduces App Tamer’s own CPU demands.
Independent app developer emirBytes today announces Cars.tomizer Pro 2.0 for iOS devices. Created specifically for petrol heads who love modified vehicles, Cars.tomizer Pro features tons of customizing features. Just load up a vehicle, and start customizing by painting and add all sorts of parts to it. Version 2.0 is a major release with remake of the user interface, more parts and new features, and support of the iPhone4 retina display.
Rhine-o Enterprises today announces Make Love Note 2.0 for iOS devices. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Make Love Note provides users with a convenient interface to generate a random love note that can be sent to someone special. The app features a large heart button labeled “Make Love” used to generate notes until the perfect one is found. This new version provides the ability to post the love notes directly to Facebook, in addition to email or text message.
Just over one week before Christmas, iPhone app developer Jackson Klein launched Santa Alarm 1.0, his first iPhone app in the App Store. Despite the very simple concept behind the app, Santa Alarm is a motion-activated Christmas stocking alarm, with alarm sounds ranging from a car alarm to a farting sequence and a feature that allows users to record an MP3 of their victim’s reaction to the prank and send it to family by email.