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Pat Pat Pets! is an upcoming side-scrolling adventure in which you control quirky little ‘pets’ seeking to rid their dreamland of ghastly nightmare creatures. The game will feature beautiful hand-drawn graphics, which bring out all the pretty colours of this strange, as-yet-unnamed land.
Pat Pat Pets! will feature a fairly intricate character advancement system, which will include 13 different kinds of weird and wonderful magic items, and 16 available ‘pets’ to help you. As your pets improve, they will also change appearance, which will no doubt please the Pokemon sympathisers out there.
Created by a Japanese developer, Vertical Calendar is a highly functional and cleverly designed app that distinguishes itself from the crowd by organising your life vertically rather than in the traditional ‘wall calendar’ layout. This intuitive app lets you see all your events for a given month on one screen!
The most useful feature of Vertical Calendar is its ability to sync with some of the most widely-used calendar programs, such as Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook and MobileMe, meaning that you’re not restricted to your iPhone for your organisational needs.
Read our review of Vertical Calendar to learn more.
We are giving away 5 promo codes of Vertical Calendar to our readers.
Do you have a great idea for an iOS app but need something to help flesh it out? App Cooker ($19.99 on iTunes) will help you turn your crazy ideas into reality. This advanced iOS mockup editor lets you plan and prototype superior iOS apps right on your iPad. It features Graphic, Mock up and App Icon Editors, App Idea Planner, Store Info Section and App Pricing Tool, making app development a piece of cake.
Read our review of App Cooker to learn more.
The app has been updated lately to the new version that brings Dropbox support and comes with a ton of improvements and bug fixes.
We are giving away 5 promo codes of App Cooker to our readers.
In celebration of the holiday weekend, Electronic Arts and Gameloft are offering huge sales on their iPhone and iPad games.
You can get almost 50 of Electronic Arts games on the App Store for just $0.99 each. That’s just about everything EA has to offer for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad – up to 90% off, like Dragon’s Lair II, Dead Space and NBA JAM.
During the July 4th weekend you can also pick up 6 top-of-the-range Gameloft iOS titles for just $0.99. Check the full list below.
fring, the mobile communication service that pioneered mobile video over internet calls across smartphone platforms, now brings the world’s first dedicated group video chat service to the iPad.
fring’s iPad Group Video chat enables four friends to simultaneously video chat one another, & see friends across a host of devices including iPhone, Android & Nokia, over any internet connectivity (Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G).
Firemint has just announced that its Real Racing 2 HD will be the “first title to support full screen wireless gaming over AirPlay”. According to the developer, this won’t be just mirroring – the players will be able to play Real Racing 2 HD on their big screens without a cable, while their iPad 2 displays racing telemetry in real-time. “No black borders, no wires – just iOS racing at its finest,” the company promises. The new release of Real Racing will take advantage of Firemint’s dual-screen technology, allowing a console-style gaming experience similar to Nintendo’s Wii U.
TapMedia Publishing, the creators of Fire for Apple TV and Videos for Apple TV, an AirPlay-enabled apps you probably wouldn’t spend a whole 4 bucks on ($1.99 for each), has released two new, far more useful apps that bring great new functionality to the Apple TV 2.
Camera for Apple TV ($1.99) turns your iOS device into a real-time video camera for your atv2. The app streams your iPhone/iPad or iPod touch camera to your tiny black box via AirPlay. The frame rate is pretty low (it’s actually a series of static images), but it’s still pretty impressive and we hope to seeing the update coming soon with the improved frame rate.
If you were wondering what the best reviewed iPhone games and apps on the web last month were, here’s the Quality Index round-up for April to fill you in.
The Quality Index trawls the web for game and app reviews from the world’s most respected online and print sources, including What’s On iPhone.
Qi then collates the critiques, applies a magic formula, and delivers a single definitive Qi score for each iPhone game and app.
Here is April 2011’s critically acclaimed selection.
Qi’s Top 10 iPhone games of April 2011
|2.||Sword & Sworcery EP Micro||9.5||3|
|3.||World of Goo||9.2||6|
|5.||Flick Kick Chelsea||8.9||3|
|9.||Burn it All||8.5||5|
|10.||You Don’t Know Jack||8.3||7|
Do you have above average guitar skills? Want to play and practice on the go?
Disappointed with all the iOS guitar apps that don’t come even close to a realistic guitar experience? Then Wallander Instruments may have something for you; the recently released WI Guitar app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with the sound of a real steel-stringed guitar. It’s the only guitar app in the App Store that features dynamic strumming – strum harder or softer to get stronger or softer sound.
Check out our review of WI Guitar for more details on this powerful new app.
What’sOniPhone is giving away 10 promo codes of WI Guitar to our musically talented readers.
For those without the benefit of any Internet access whatsoever, the second-generation iPad was announced on March 2nd by Steve Jobs and the officers of Apple. While the resolution remains the same (sorry Retina Display fans), it does boast some improvements such as being smaller, thinner and having both a front and back camera, and the same battery life and price points. It’s also faster, running on Apple’s A5 Processor.
On top of all this, iOS 4.3 is being released the same day with a bunch of new features. Plus we’re getting iMovie and GarageBand for the iPad.
March 11th can’t come fast enough.