iPhone and iPad apps tagged "food."
DRUMBEAT comes aboard Magzter to increase its global digital footprint
Nigeria's Delta Women, a non-profit organization, makes their magazine DRUMBEAT available to global readers on the world's largest and fastest growing global digital, multi-platform newsstand and magazine store, Magzter.
Food and Travel Magazine is now on Magzter
Get set to trot the globe with Food and Travel Magazine, the newest addition to the world's largest and fastest growing global digital newsstand, Magzter. Published by Zalasin Publishing Corporation in Florida, Food and Travel Magazine comes with a focus on the destinations; the food and the chefs; bringing together food, culture, and design to breathe life into beautiful travel experiences for global readers on Magzter as well as advertising partners.
Fishy Feathers on iOS is a Bird Game You Can Actually Beat
Lucky Mask Games Inc. today proudly announces the release of Fishy Feathers 1.0.0, its first game on iOS devices. Fishy Feathers begins chronicling Larry the Bird after the entire Earth is flooded.
Caravan e Camper Granturismo and GS Guida Sosta Italia now on Magzter
Mag Editori from Milano brings the 'magazine of all happy motorhome owners in Europe' to the world's largest and fastest growing global digital, multi-platform newsstand and book store, Magzter.
Dinosaur Mix, Create your own dinosaur
Cowly Owl is happy to introduce the release of Dinosaur Mix, for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, available worldwide on the App Store. Create your own dinosaur. Mix and swap body parts then see it come to life.
Gluten-Free Interactive by Delicion
Delicion has declared that everyone in the company, aka its owner, is sick of seeing "gluten-free" everywhere only to find that "gluten-free" generally means "disgusting." With recipes that are truly delicious, Abby Berger hopes to bring a new light to gluten-free with simple, wholesome recipes and ingredients.
Wine4.Me Offers Casual Wine Drinkers Easy Way to Find New Favorites
Finding a wine that you like can be frustrating and not to mention expensive if you’re just starting to explore what you do and don’t like. Enter Wine4.Me, an app that recently launched to help casual wine drinkers not only save themselves from experiencing wine they don’t like, but also speed less on finding their favorites since the app only recommends wines they’ll most likely enjoy.