New stats from Mobclix give interesting insight into iPad sales and activities since launch.
Total Apps: 5150
Total Free Apps: 1063 (20% of total)
Source: Nitin Chitkara “Latest iPad App Store Numbers” Mobclix
Hell Gets a Little Hotter with Pocket Devil: Hell Yeah! Chapters 6-8 for the iPhone
Eyedip shares the gory details from two new chapters of the critically acclaimed iPhone app “Pocket Devil – Hell Yeah!” and also looks to give away the “iPad from Hell” to one lucky devil to celebrate new chapters
New York City, NY, April 26th, 2010 – Whoever first said, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” never met Trizzy – the newest devil (and first female fiend) to grace the fires of “Pocket Devil – Hell Yeah!” – Eyedip’s renowned simulation game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. As the makers of Eyedip rapidly roll out two daring new chapters to feverish fans this spring, Trizzy and a host of other devilish new features are keeping “Pocket Devil – Hell Yeah!” hotter than brimstone.
“Pocket Devil – Hell Yeah!” is the first open-ended simulation of the underworld, where users control a host of “Mugat2” (i.e., devilish minions of hell), as they interact with various instruments of torture, terror and mayhem. The pocket deity genre allows users to control and overpower a community of evil-minded population of characters and interactive elements in a constantly changing environment with no real “goal” other than the joy of omnipotence. Mini-games, such as “Mugat2 Slapfest,” “Skateboard Hellpipe” and the “Devil’s Ninja,” give users new ways to torment poor souls and rack up their death toll.
In early April, Eyedip introduced Chapter 6 entitled “Trizzy Protector,” in which gamers met Trizzy’s overzealous protector Spike, whose mission in the afterlife is to protect Trizzy’s virtues from the host of Mugat2 who haven’t seen a woman since their mortal lives. Chapter 7, entitled “The Bomb Diggity,” has just been approved by Apple, and in honor of Earth Day, adds a paper shredder large enough to recycle an unruly Mugat2, a bomb which will reduce them to smithereens, and the ability to plant a tree with the most unlikely of “fertilizers,” Mugat2 pee.
Coming soon is another circle of hell to be discovered in Chapter 8 entitled “More Power To Ya.” Due out this May pending Apple approval, users will get “recharged” with the introduction of an electric chair hooked up to 30,000 electrical volts – enough to roast an entire population of Mugat2 in the underworld. “More Power to Ya” will also enable gamers to track their mini-game achievements against others in a new, customized global leader board, which can be viewed here (once Chapter 8 is released).
To celebrate the new chapters and award their loyal fan base, Eyedip is giving away “The iPad From Hell” – a 16GB WI-FI iPad – to one lucky devil who votes online for their favorite Mugat2 head and tells us why they voted for it, by visiting eyedip. Eyedip is also accepting descriptions and sketches of new Mugat2 heads, which may contribute to the development of a new character in a later chapter. The contest ends on “Cinco De Mayo,” or May 5th 2010.
“Pocket Devil – Hell Yeah!” is available in the iTunes app store for $0.99 and is compatible with all Apple mobile devices running OS version 2.2.1 and higher.
Florida software development company Fusion Mobile Solutions, Inc. announces today the re-release of iScanner 1.1, an iPhone and iPod touch application that transforms the device into a portable police/fire/EMS scanner. iScanner allows listeners to follow over 4,700 feeds from police and fire departments, emergency medical response teams, air traffic control, severe weather reports and even the NASA shuttle launch. Just in time for the triumphant return of NASA’s Discovery shuttle.
Miami, Florida – Software development company Fusion Mobile Solutions, Inc. announces today the re-release of iScanner, an iPhone and iPod touch application that transforms the device into a portable police/fire/EMS scanner. iScanner allows listeners to follow over 4,700 feeds from police and fire departments, emergency medical response teams, air traffic control, severe weather reports and even the NASA shuttle launch!
Space fans across the US will be eager to get iScanner in time for the Discovery shuttle’s April 19th descent. With iScanner, users will be able to experience the space shuttle’s return like never before, listening to live feeds from mission control as Discovery is brought back down to Earth. From any place in the US, iScanner listeners can listen to actual air chatter from the landing facilities enabling them a unique, first-hand experience. In an effort to make the app available for educators to tap into the April 19th shuttle landing, the app will be made free for a day on April 18th.
Included in iScanner’s update is an increased number of feeds with thousands of new streams, the addition of police/emergency/dispatch codes, and a new and improved user interface.
* Listen to scanner feeds on iPhone and iPod touch devices
* Over 47,000 scanner feeds available from across the USA
* Easily locate scanners by state, county/metro, or by category
* Create/edit a list of your favorite scanners for easy access
* Categories include police, fire, EMS, air traffic control, amateur radio clubs, maritime, railroad, severe weather, and NASA shuttle launches
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later
* 1.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iScanner 1.1 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Medical category. For more information visit Fusion Mobile Solutions online.
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Fusion Mobile Solutions, Inc. is a Florida based mobile software solutions company whose software solutions are designed to enhance individuals’ environmental interactions. The vision, motivation, and expertise of their carefully selected team is what drives the cutting edge mobile solutions produced by the company. With every application, they not only strive to make it functional, but are driven to push the envelope of what is possible with a mobile device. Copyright (C) 2010 Fusion Mobile Solutions, Inc.. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.