iPhone and iPad apps tagged "official app."
Random House Launches Stephen Hawkings Snapshots of the Universe
Today, Random House launched Stephen Hawking's Snapshots of the Universe, an iPad app based on the writings and work of Stephen Hawking, and the first official app from the world's most famous living scientist.
Tic-Tac-Logic iOS: Puzzle Challenges for Thinking People
Remember Tic-Tac-Toe we used to play as children? Tic-Tac-Logic, a single-player iPad/iPhone app based on similar principles, brings back the flavor of your childhood game to the palm of your hand.
A World of Ice and Fire - A Game of Thrones Guide App Price Promotion
The Random House Publishing Group announces a price drop for its acclaimed A World of Ice and Fire - A Game of Thrones Guide app, available in the App Store, Google Play, and Nook Store. During Comic-Con International: San Diego, from July 18-21, George R.R.
Hit Game Fireflies! is Now Free to Play
So Much Drama Studios today is proud to announce that its hit game Fireflies! has gone free-to-play! Version 1.2 of this award-winning game hit the App Store on June 6 and features updates that include an upgraded game engine and full iPhone 5 support.
LifeTopix Becomes Official App of the Terra Naomi Tour
LightArrow, Inc. announced today that LifeTopix is the official app of Terra Naomi's 2012 Fall European Tour, which will hit six different countries, with more than 30 concerts in theaters and clubs all over Europe.
My Babysitters a Vampire Game Comes to the App Store
Digital Emmy Award-winning game developer, Secret Location, in conjunction with Fresh TV Inc. and FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME), the commercial and brand extension arm of FremantleMedia, are taking a bite out of vampire-genre apps with the release of Humans VS Vampires 1.0.1, the official app for the hit show, My Babysitter's a Vampire.
Get Caught Up in Olympic Fever with the London 2012 Official Mobile Game
London 2012 is a great way to get your Olympic fix by competing in different events with the action sports game for all your iOS devices.
The Movie searchOmeter 1.5 for iOS: iPad Giveaway By KPL Studios
Ramat Gan, Israel - Announcing that KPL Studios, the developers of the iTC Calc Suite for Filmmakers for iOS devices, organizes a new giveaway to promote their newest free iPhone app, The Movie searchOmeter 1.5.
The Movie searchOmeter goes social with a massive new update
Announcing that KPL Studios will release tomorrow (April 20) a massive update to its 5-stars iPhone app "The Movie searchOmeter". It is now easier than ever to plan the movies you will really want to see.
Glee for iPhone and iPad Unites Gleeks the World Over
With a couple of App Store successes—like Ocarina and I am T-Pain—under their belt, Smule has partnered with FOX to unite Gleeks around the world with the new Glee app for iPhone and iPad.
iPhone OS 3.0 First Impressions
Scanning Twitter and the blogosphere at two in the morning for any hints on when Apple would finally drop the 3.0 firmware update is always a preferable activity to say...sleeping. Some time around 3:00 am, The Unofficial Apple Weblog and other sites began to report that it should arrive at 10 am PDT. If you have yet to opt for the update, here is one account of what you may be in for.
Ring-a-Ding-Ding Sonic the Hedgehog is Now for iPhone
Nearly six months to the day from Sega’s release of Super Monkey Ball for the iPhone, Sega’s golden boy, Sonic the Hedgehog, has made his official appearance in the App Store.
Arguably, Sonic is to Sega what Mario is to Nintendo and because the iPhone and Touch are so handy for portable gaming, most users will welcome a title like Sonic the Hedgehog with open arms (and open wallets).
Amateur Surgeon: Medical Mastermind or Moron With a Stapler?
Developed by Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, Amateur Surgeon is a new game that begs the question, do you need a medical degree to preform surgery? Of course not. All you need, in this case anyway, is everything that you might find in say, a pizza delivery van.
Interview with Ian Marsh
AppCraver recently heard from Ian Marsh, developer of apps such as Threads, Hanoi, and Scoop. He answered our questions about developing games for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Developer Issues iRant in Response to Closed Door Policy in App Store
Austin based oeFun has been around since March of 2005. It’s led by Ian Dunlop, a Scottish native who has spent much of the "last twenty one years designing/programming games and applications." As an independent developer, Dunlop’s oeFun has already released four games through the App Store and recently had a hiccup with its fifth.
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