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Introducing Yo Santa! An App to Help Keep This Year's Christmas Fun

Introducing Yo Santa! An App to Help Keep This Year's Christmas Fun

Brooklyn, NY - November 25, 2011 - Ricky Robinett is pleased to announce the launch of his newest app, Yo Santa!, an entertaining iOS app to keep this year's Christmas hip. Yo Santa! allows kids of all ages to ask Santa what he may be bringing them for Christmas and get a random off-the-wall response back. Available on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, Yo Santa! contains over 50 fun and hip messages, 2 sweet hip-hop background songs and slick DJ scratches every time you shake the app. Yo Santa! continues in the tradition of Ricky's previous projects (FakeGirlfriend.co, WorldOfFourcraft.com, DiscouragingDoug.com) in creating an unique and engaging experience for users.

Key Features:
* Random Holiday Saying Every Time You Shake the App


This is our app of the day: ProPlayer

This is our app of the day: ProPlayer

 

 


Introducing ProPlayer - the video player


The best iCade / iControlPad games Part I

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I've always liked ­playing on my mobile devices, even back in the Pocket PC / Windows Mobile / Palm OS days. They revitalize me quite a lot, particularly after a hard, exhausting day.

Playing without physical controls (buttons), only using the touchscreen, is pretty hard. This includes a lot of game types, particularly ones where quick direction changes are needed and / or you can't make the smallest mistake and must be absolutely sure even the smallest movements on the directional pads (D-pad for short) is registered. In games like these, physical D-pad / button feedback is of extreme importance.


Best all-in-one multimedia player GoodPlayer receives deinterlacing support + my fix to a bug

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Back in July, I've devoted a sizeable part of my multimedia article to the question of dynamic video de-interlacing. Back then, the only way of (dynamically) getting rid of the pretty ugly effects of interlacing was jailbreaking your iDevice and installing the not very finger-friendly, pretty awkward XBMC on it.



The Best Part of the Movies

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What is the best part of going to the movies? Watching all of the trailers. I found a free app that lets me see all the trailers I want, without having to step over buttered popcorn or candy wrappers.






Baby Sleeper Mini - iPhone version of Baby Sleeper Pro released

Baby Sleeper Mini - iPhone version of Baby Sleeper Pro released

 

Summary:

Nkdsoft finally introduced the iPhone version of their iPad app Baby Sleeper Pro, Baby Sleeper Mini. It uses the same shockingly simple method--discovered by a math professor--to help babies and little kids fall asleep, but with the convenience of being able to have it on the iPhone or iPod touch. The instructions are simple, just hit the "Good night!" button and let Baby Sleeper do its magic. Most babies and small kids fall asleep in matter of minutes.

 

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J-Phonics Ear Monitors: Review

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  I enjoy listening to many different types of music. I think with merging all the different types of mobile platforms it help bring music to everyone. We can listen to music almost anywhere at any time we choose.  Our music is usually no more than an arm length away.   Regardless, of the type of music you like, it must sound good to you personally for you to enjoy it.

 



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