iTunes Rewind 2010: iPhone Apps spotlights Hurricane in the Weather Category. With over 300,000 apps in the app store, it is an amazing feat to be selected in the short list of the best of the best. Continue reading “iTunes Rewind 2010: Spotlights Hurricane HD, Hurricane”
Traveler’s Quest 2.4 finished the Apple approval process today, and is now available on the iTunes App Store. The features in TQ 2.4 sound simple enough:
- Doubloon upgrade currency
- New Accuracy Leaderboard
- Game Center Integration
- iPhone 4/Retina Display Images
- Redesigned About/Settings page
When Ilene saw the tweet from her friend of 20 years about an article for an unnamed source, she shrugged, said what the heck and responded. Opportunities like this are passed by every day, by most people because they don’t see the value in putting themselves out there and taking a chance. Continue reading “Kitty Code CEO Ilene Jones Helps Newsweek Readers Understand What It Takes To Build A Better Smart Phone App…”
Kitty Code’s own CTO Wendy Jones describes challenges and possibilities for future gaming on mobile platforms: Mobile’s Growth Is Shifting the Landscape of Game Development
Indeed, “with the increase in speed and power of mobile devices, the games industry is at a crossroads. Should they see mobile platforms as viable development platforms or continue to focus on their core user base?” says Wendy Jones, department chair of game development bachelor of science at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Fla. She thinks mobile platforms provide the business with the chance to “expand their reach and grab the attention of more consumers by being delivered across platforms.”
Kitty Code has received a wonderful reception from Macworld, one of the most influential reviewers of all things Apple, when they posted their review of Hurricane and Hurricane HD stating “Apps share similarities, but Hurricane HD, Hurricane stand out from this pack”.
Macworld Article: Hurricane tracking apps for iPhone and iPad.