When people say the iPhone puts the world in your pocket, they’re talking about Reference apps. For a list of our favorites, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks of the Best Reference for iPhone and iPad, or read on for breaking news and reviews of reference applications from the App Store.
StackReader 1.0 - Stack Exchange Network on iPad
Independent software developer, Piotr Byzia today announces the release of StackReader 1.0 for iPad. Stack Exchange is a network of Q&A sites covering a variety of topics. Think of it as a combination of Wikipedia, Digg, forums and blogs.
The Christian Toolbox App Is Now Available For iOS Devices
Trobyworks announces today that their new app, The Christian Toolbox 1.0, is now available exclusively for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The Christian Toolbox is an extensive resource that will help Christians grow more spiritually mature, share and defend their faith with others, and be in God's word everyday no matter where they are.
Art Authority announces broad partnership with Bridgeman Art Library
The creators of the award-winning "Art Authority" app line today announced a broad partnership with world-renown Bridgeman Art Library and printing experts The Image Collective, furthering their mission of making classic art more available in more ways.
Electronic Toolbox Pro for iPhone, iPod and iPad just released
Marcus Roskosch, independent software developer and founder of Creating Your App, just released his electronic engineering app, Electronic Toolbox Pro for iPhone, iPod and iPad. Since introduction of Electronic Toolbox in 2009 this App has grown to the electronics reference App for professionals, hobbyists or students on i-Devices.
Worldictionary 3.2 now Available at a 50% Markdown
Once again, California's Penpower Technology Inc. has upped the ante on practical business applications. With the release of the latest version of their rousingly well-received Worldictionary app, the prospects have never been better or more convenient for on-the-go international business people - and travelers in general - looking for fast and impeccably accurate on-point translation.
Art Authority adds an iBook
The creators of the award-winning "Art Authority" app line announced today that they are shipping their first iBook through Apple's iBookStore. "Exploring Art with Art Authority" is a free companion to the popular line of classic art apps, intended to supplement and add context to what's been hailed as "an experience unlike any other."
"Exploring Art with Art Authority" is organized in the same way as the apps, with one chapter for each of the eight major art periods: Early, Renaissance, Baroque, Romanticism, Impressionism, Modern, Contemporary and American.
Sermon Toolbox app is now available for iOS devices
Southern Baptist Pastor Leslie Puryear and his son, Robert Puryear, announced today that their app, Sermon Toolbox, is now available exclusively for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Sermon Toolbox is an all-in-one resource that combines tools which can be helpful in composing sermons or bible study lessons.
WikiNodes iPad App Makes Wikipedia Personal with Notes and Presentations
Washington, DC - Wikipedia gets a new, personal dimension in the latest version of the WikiNodes app for the Apple iPad, which brings Wikipedia to life by immersing readers in an infinite constellation of visual links.
StackTrace app for iPad is the best way to browse Stack Overflow
BigBig Bomb today is excited to announce the release of StackTrace for iPad. Whether you're a hobbyist or a professional, our new iPad app provides the ideal experience for exploring the expert community on Stack Overflow, the most popular Q&A site for programmers.
WagMob Launches Math, Chemistry and Physics Calculator Apps
Students love it, teachers use it. It's the new, innovative calculator technology for iPad and iPhone recently launched by WagMob. Currently this technology is available for Math, Chemistry and Physics, three expansive subjects that require learning hundreds of different formulas.
Encyclopaedia Britannnica Wins An Appy for Best Reference App
The Encyclopaedia Britannica App has won the 2012 Appy Award in the Reference category, the company announced. The Appy awards, which recognize the best mobile apps in many categories, were announced on March 19 at a gala ceremony in San Francisco.
Repair Database for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch just released
Ron Rockwell and independent iOS and Mac developer Marcus Roskosch have announced the release of Repair Database for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This App contains more than 100,000 repair solutions for everyday electronics like TV, CD-Player, PCs, Printers, Laptops and more.
Organize Your Movie Collection With DVDpedia for Mac
Bruji today is pleased to announce version 5.0.3 of DVDpedia, an update to their popular movie cataloging application for Mac OS X. DVDpedia has access to many different international databases and allows users to build their DVD, Blu-Ray and VHS database using keyword or barcode searches.
YP Local Search & Gas Prices is a YP Mobile Winner
The infamous Yellow Pages has really had no choice but to embrace digital reinventions of itself and while the Yellow Pages Mobile app rolled out quite some time ago, it scored a 2011 “Best in Mobile” Digi Award winner for location services.
Statistics App for iPhone and iPad Created by RealSimpleEDU
The field of statistics is full of so many different rules and formulas that it'd be impossible to constantly keep track of everything in your head. Because of this, RealSimpleEDU has developed the handy Statistics reference app that gives anyone the ability to learn and refresh anywhere, anytime.