- Penultimate updated with Dropbox and Evernote support
- Developers selling iPhone apps on eBay for quick cash
- Jurassic Park: The Game 1 HD in Review – Daddy, look at those pretty dinosaurs!
- Naturespace updated with new tracks and features
Posted: 12 Jan 2012 01:56 PM PST
Penultimate, one of the best handwritten note taking apps for the iPad, was updated earlier today with support for both Evernote and Dropbox. Being able to send your notes to these two popular cloud-based services will make it that much more convenient for its users. Here’s What’s New in version 3.3:
The update is free for currents users and it’s still currently on sale for $0.99, a great price for those who those who prefer to take handwritten notes/doodles on their iPads.
Cocoa Box Design, Penultimate, – $0.99
Posted: 12 Jan 2012 01:29 PM PST
Several days after developer Neal Schmidt sold his iPhone game BuckShot on eBay for $16,000, a few others are hoping to follow suit and pawn off their apps for quick cash. Simon Papineau more recently sold the rights to three of his games (Perfect Date, Tic Tac Toe Classic and XO: Tic Tac Toe 3D) on ebay for $3000. These apps have been around since 2009 and been downloaded 300,000 times – about 300 total downloads a day. The winner of the bid received the complete source code, all the related graphics and name of apps on the App Store.
Posted: 12 Jan 2012 12:26 AM PST
For years now Telltale has proven time and time again that they’re able to turn a famous franchise into first-class episodic adventures. We've seen this in reboots of Sam & Max and Monkey Island (Review) series, as well as excellent adaptations of Wallace & Gromit and Back to the Future (Review). But when Jurassic Park: The Game was announced I couldn't help but feel skeptical as to how the unique cinematic experience of such a movie could be translated into an interactive title. Well, I can tell you right now I have been proven wrong.
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Posted: 11 Jan 2012 06:16 AM PST
A little over a year ago I started using Naturespace: Relax Meditate Escape Sleep (TMA Review) – one of the best ambient nature sounds apps out there. Unique in the way it makes a fully engrossing surround sound experience even through the stock Apple earbuds, it has saved my nerve endings from countless deaths. And as we all know – nerves don't regenerate. Well, I'm glad to say that shortly before Christmas (yes, I Know I'm a bit late on this but still) the developers informed me that they’d just rolled out a massive update, not only making an additional 15 tracks available for purchase but a few nifty features in the catalogue as well.
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