Archive for July, 2010|Monthly archive page

Photo Share: Now available on iPad

Here we are again with yet another application available on the iPad. Photo Share, our photo sharing application is now available as a universal app. This means you can not only transfer photos from your iPad to Flickr & Facebook,  but you can also transfer photos between your iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch…all with a flick.

The application is now available on AppStore for just $0.99.

The Solitaire 2.0 Launches on AppStore

We just rolled out an update to one of our most popular applications on the iPad – The Solitaire. The application is currently available on the AppStore for free.

So, what’s new? Well, we fixed few issues, primarily in the scores section where we had an issue with saving scores. Then, we added a new features for right-handed play. If you can now choose the side on which you want to use the card deck.

The most important feature in this upgrade we are most excited about is the premium themes option.  We now introduced three new premium themes. These themes are available for purchase within the app for a minimal fee. The three themes we now included are Leather, Wood and Metal. Here is a quick look of the themes.

We love these themes and we hope you like it as much as we do.

As you know, we offer our Solitaire app for free. We don’t enjoy display ads in our apps. So we hate to include ads in our apps as well. But we need to put food on the table. So we have been occasionally displaying some promotional dialogs in our apps. Now if you purchase these premium themes, you will no longer see the promotional dialogs.

We hope you like this update. As always, we can’t wait to hear your feedback.

PS: Special thanks to our Solitaire app user, Steven Bongers from Metatrox for his contributions to the theme designs.

Flight Status Update: Now available on iPhone & iPad

We launched the version 6 for our Flight Status app. After 2 years, we now revamped the interface completely and also added support for iPad with a unique interface.

The interface is also consistent with our iPad version. We basically took the approach of displaying the information as an Airline Itinerary. While this design may not be very noticeable on the iPhone version, because of size, you certainly can notice the design prominently on the iPad.

This updates also keeps our Flight Status & Flight Status Pro application interfaces consistent. We hope you like the change. If you like the changes to the app, please drop us a feedback. We will continue improving the app based on your feedback.

Airport Info Lite

We recently launched the lite version of our Airport Info application for free – available on both iPhone & iPad. We are happy to say that this app was well received and it bubbled up to the Top 10 free apps for the iPad.

For the first time, we introduced In App purchase in this applications. Users can upgrade to receive information regarding all departing and arriving flights from an airport. We support over 4000 airports world wide. Similar to our Airport Info app, this application also displays Hotels, Restaurants, Gas Stations, Parking Spots, Car Rentals, Transportation and more in and around an airport.

We hope you’ll enjoy this app. iTunes link.