Entertainment apps range from the silly to the sublime. For a list of our favorites, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks of the Best Entertainment Apps for iPhone and iPad, or read on for today’s news and reviews of entertainment applications for iOS devices.
Baby Animal Sounds - The Funniest App for Your Toddlers Entertainment
Independent developer Fabio Bassan is pleased to announce Baby Animal Sounds for iOS, a super simple application, perfectly suited for babies that allow your children to explore the animal kingdom with 36 funny drawings and realistic sounds: they will learn to recognize the animals, their names and their sounds.
Cat Horoscope Booth: Use iPhone technology to discover your cats future
Chocolate Lab Apps is pleased to introduce the Cat Horoscope Booth for iPhone and iPad. Designed using cutting-edge iOS technology, this app will discover your pet's secret skills and uncover their destiny using a built-in real-time mobile cat scanner.
Get Your Cheese on Playing Cheesar
ArchSquare Studio has announced the release of a video for Cheesar 1.5, their new entertainment app for iPhone and iPad. The Quick Start video shows the game play, scoring, and level achievements in the app.
Kdan Mobile Launches Animation Desk Competition for Animation Hobbyists
Kdan Mobile, a mobile software application developer, has launched The Second Annual Competition of Animation Desk to welcome creativities worldwide. The competition, running for two months through October 4th, 2012, is open to anyone who takes an interest in animation creation.
Frustratingly Good - There is an App for that?
After getting feedback from the players of our new popular app "Cheesar", people are all saying one thing: the game is "frustratingly good." What does that even mean? In laymen terms, it means they enjoy playing the game, but the stress it creates is frustrating.
iSpell that! App for iPad
Have fun learning to spell using iSpell that! 1.0 for iOS. This highly interactive app is designed to provide a fun experience for children learning or practicing to spell three letter words.
Car Disassembly 3D 1.1 for iOS - Assemble 545 Hot Rod Parts in 3D Game
Noble Empire today introduces Car Disassembly 3D 1.1 for iOS, another in their best-selling series of 3D Disassembly models/games. Featuring real-time 3D manipulation of the Hot Rod, users have full control over camera position, camera angle, and focal length as they fly through, over, under, and around the detailed model.
Scott Vallance Apps Launches What Animal? a Free Entertainment App
What Animal? by Adelaide, Australia developer Scott Vallance makes use of sophisticated computer vision research to deliver simple harmless fun on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Using a technique called Eigenfaces, and the facial detection algorithms built into iOS 5.1 , What Animal?
Who Swiped My Cheese
ArchSquare Studio has announced the release of "Cheesar" 1.0, their new entertainment app for iPhone / iPad. A fun puzzle game of skill, strategy, and speed - easy to learn, hard to master.
Dorada Software Updates Popular iOS Podcasting Application
Dorada Software today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of the 2.0 update to the popular "RSSRadio" podcasting application. RSSRadio allows users to subscribe, download and listen to podcasts on both the iPhone and iPad.
Ringtone Director Pro Puts You in Charge of Your Ringtones
It is perhaps the most iconic part of our cellphone. The ringtone is at the very foundation of how we express our mobile self. In a meeting, on the train, or in the bathroom, if your first impression is a pair of marimbas perhaps it's time to rethink your ringtone.
Aurnhammer Adds New Characters To Say It! Animated Greetings App
Aurnhammer LLC, the digital strategy and development firm that creates both revenue and branded apps for mobile, today announces that it has added a wide array of new characters to its popular Say It!
TaleTeller Kickstarts Creative Storytelling and Lets You Record the Results
TaleTeller is a personal storytelling app that allows children (or Adults) to create and share their own interactive stories. It works as a sort of visual prompter where the user narrates a creative story by incorporating a set of symbols that TaleTeller provides.
The Ring is a Unique Puzzle, But it Could be so Much More
From the iPod touch to the new iPad, puzzle games have been a favorite of iOS gamers. However, games are only as good as their design. It takes more than a touch-friendly platform to succeed. It's up to the developer to dream up new innovations and unique features, then create an enjoyable user experience.
Hip animated voice interactive app released to Rave Reviews
A kid says "Knock Knock!" You say "Who's there?" We have all been there, trapped, moving from adorable to exhausting. "Knock Knock and the Who's There Doors" app fixes all that. Through cool animation and voice interaction, this app, brought to you by Disney Artist Dan Lund, lets adults take some "who's there" time off as the child can now Yap into their app.