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AppZapp provides the necessary overview of the iTunes App Store. Every single day, the app reveals what apps are new in the store, which of them were just marked down in price and those that are completely free. The AppZapp team has carefully anaylzied the data of the years 2010 to 2012 and built it into an infographic. These show the rules by which the the prices roll into the App Store and what the expected wait times are for the first price reduction.
Independent developer, Carlotta Tatti today announces Snapalicious 1.5, an update to her popular app developed exclusively for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Snapalicious offers an easy and original way to discover dishes from all around the world and receive tips and instructions on how to cook them. Whether you are wondering which is the missing ingredient or searching for new recipes Snapalicious is the perfect choice. Version 1.5 offers a new, cleaner design and minor bug fixes.
Moscow based software development company, 1312 is sharing its app sales figures for Pocket Lists 3.0.2, their popular universal to-do list app for iPhone and iPad. Pocket Lists was developed specifically for managing checklists, focusing on important to-dos, and collaborating with friends. The company is hopeful that revealing its app sales figures will be useful to other indie developers who are low on budget promoting their apps.
Indie developer James Hollender’s Life Inventory apps can help change the quality of life. The iPad and iPhone versions are Lifestyle apps that guide users in creating their own Life Inventory, which can provide greater self-understanding of personality, strengths and weaknesses leading to a better quality of life. These apps allow the user to learn more about themselves than ever thought possible and at only a small fraction the cost of a single visit to a therapist.
Flat Earth Studio introduced an update to Sarah Seidelmann’s What the Walrus Knows: A Guide to Beastie Energies 1.2 for iOS. Based on the book of the same name, and focused on the ancient premise of interconnectedness between humans and animals, the app helps people recognize and understand messages from Beastie messengers. The app includes a field guide with over 150 Beasties, an integrated journal, a guided shamanic meditation into the lower world and more.
Fun Vision Studios today introduces BooBoo Pets 1.0.1 for iOS, its new interactive game where players help their virtual pets grow and evolve. The pink, furry balls with short arms and legs each have independent, characteristic behaviors. Players must determine when their pets require food, drink, play, or love, and if they fail to provide any of these basic needs they may need to re-establish their pet’s trust and love. Reaching 100% happiness and 100% maturity, pets can evolve.
Jokerware LLC announces Love Gears 1.1, a new challenging gear-simulation puzzle game. Love Gears features 54 different levels and host of fun characters. In the app, three little monsters wonder how their parents met. The player’s mission is to solve puzzles by reconnecting gears in order to hitch monster mom with monster dad and eventually show the little monsters the true adventure behind their creation. Gears differ in shape, position and movement creating unique and fun challenges.
Mysia Games today introduces Pigs don’t fly 1.0, its new game for iOS, Android and Amazon devices. Based on a story about a superhero pig, play the role of Sir Pork Chop who goes off to be a crusader for the oppressed and downtrodden. Get the superhero back home. With more than 30 challenging levels in total, help Sir Pork Chop navigate through the treacherous mountain trails and the unknown and frightening underground cave world of Bacon Mountain.
AppZapp 4.6.1 provides the necessary overview of the iTunes App Store. Every single day, the app reveals what apps are new in the store, which of them were just marked down in price and those that are completely free. The AppZapp team has carefully anaylzied the data of the years 2010 to 2012 and built it into an infographic. These show the rules by which the prices roll into the App Store and what the expected wait times are for the first price reduction.
Blue Stairway Studio, a new mobile game development company, today announces Picaboo Star 1.1 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Picaboo Star is a very addictive game inspired by classic arcade games like Qix and Gals Panic. By controlling the star’s direction and preventing other enemies to break through the boundary a player is creating, gamers can reveal the hidden secret picture. The game features 15 challenging levels with 5 mighty bosses, a variety of fine art backgrounds, and more.
Independent developer, Chad Sager, announces Lotus Bud – Meditation Timer 1.5, an update to the meditation timers, with new features to support a strong, healthy, lasting meditation practice. This app that helps make meditation a habit, features Goals that allow users to track their progress, Options to integrate with the Apple’s Reminders app, and four ways to meditate, allowing users to alternate between different meditations, just like an actual meditation retreat.
Award winning author and illustrator Marcus Pfister is delighted to announce the release of his new animated children’s book, Rainbow Fish – Good Night, Little Rainbow Fish 1.0. The interactive book is aimed at children who have not yet started reading, as well as those who have only recently began to develop their reading skills. As the narrator reads the book, readers have the option of showing the text on screen with highlighted words, so children can easily follow along.
LiveCode Next Generation Kickstarter Project Passes 50% funded. Backers include Steve Wozniak, Bob LeVitus, the Halo Co-Creators and Cory Doctorow. RunRev announced that the company’s campaign on Kickstarter to create a next generation, free and open source edition of the award winning LiveCode programming environment passed 50% funding. The campaign has been backed by prominent industry figures including Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder and Robert Cailliau co-developer of the WWW.
MrCat Studios introduces TV Series Tracker 1.1 for iOS. With so many TV Shows vying for attention, it can be easy to lose track of what episodes people have and haven’t seen. TV Series Tracker provides an easy and streamlined interface for keeping track of just that. The app also provides up-to-date details on upcoming episodes. By recording the broadcast timezone of the TV Show, it converts the airing time into the user’s local timezone so they know exactly when the next show is out.