Tate Guide to Modern Art Terms, produced by Aimer Media, is an art dictionary for iPad or iPhone. Over 300 terms are defined with clarity and precision, putting themes, movements, media and art practices at your fingertips.
The first modern art app to be released by Tate Publishing, one of the world’s leading art publishers, this guide aims to become a staple for gallery goers the world over.
"CamLingual", a photo translation iPhone app, was just released about 3 weeks ago. And now, "CamLingual" is already the No.1 in Finnish and Japanese AppStore ranking of Reference/Free category, and also No. 1 in Finnish AppStore overall free app ranking.
By CamLingual, you can just take a photo to translate, anywhere, everywhere. CamLingual is the only application that can translate even long sentences within practical time. I'm a Japanese developer living in Finland, and I don't understand Finnish. I basically developed this for me. I believe this is also helpful for others who need/want to read text written in unknown foreign language.
For those of you looking for an attorney in your area, this app should be of use to you. It will help you find attorneys related to a wide variety of practices related. Whether you want an attorney specializing in litigation, employment, or criminal cases, this app will help you. It allows you to search for attorneys specializing in a wide range of practices. However, you can't pick criminal charges like murder or assault from the menu as a way to find criminal attorneys. You must just select "criminal" from the search field. The civil cases seem to be more varied as you can select from class-action litigation to other specialties.
Madrid, Spain - 4Fig is pleased to announce iDinobook. It is not only a book, it's a new way to enjoy the dinosaurs and learn at the same time. With a lot of information, very easy to use, it's a new step ahead in education applications for the iPad/iPhone.
Hollywood, Florida - App developer Richard Blum announced the release of Middle-earth Map II v1.0.
The Middle-earth Map II starts with the World of Arda at approximately 10% of its 100 in. x 100 in. size and allows the user to Zoom In and Scroll around the Map View. When selecting a place from the A to Z list, the category list or from a result of a key word search, a map snapshot with a short description are presented on a detail panel. Also on the panel are the favorites and Go There buttons. Tapping the check will add it as a favorite place or the X will delete it. Tapping Go There automatically finds your selection on the Map View where you can then zoom and scroll as much as you like to see the surroundings or follow a specific journey with ease.
Last week Microsoft released Bing for iPad, and the reviews and App Store Customer Reviews are generally ecstatic. It's important to realize that this isn't just a search app. It's a portal that offers news, weather, trending topics, movie listings, trending topics, maps, traffic updates, and more. And of course it offers searching, including local search and speech recognition. All of this is presented in an attractive format that makes very effective use of swiping to let you quickly browse through a lot of content.
I've been looking at the wide range of speech recognition apps for an article I'm working on for the magazine. Bing (free) is one that I haven't yet mentioned. As you likely know, Bing is Microsoft's powerful search engine. Microsoft calls it a “decision engine” that you can use to find information, restaurants and other businesses, images, show times, travel deals, flight information, weather forecasts, and walking or driving directions.