Today we're going to take a popular application from the developers of a famous title. Dubbed Run Roo Run, the application puts a clever twist on platforming to offer you a great aesthetically-pleasing package available for only $0.99. Run Roo Run, developed and distributed by 5th Cell, more commonly known for the people behind the acclaimed Scribblenauts, puts you in control of a mother kangaroo who has lost her baby and sets out on a journey through the land down under. You'll traverse through various environments and will navigate tricky levels filled with a numerous amount of obstacles in order to rescue your baby.
Following AT&T's recent announcement that the carrier will now allow iPhone Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services over its mobile network, Apple and VoIP provider Skype have issued public statements reacting to today's announcement. Per the Associated Press, Apple announced that "We are very happy that AT&T is now supporting VOIP applications," said Apple spokeswoman Natalie Kerris. "We will be amending our developer agreements to get VOIP apps on the App Store and in customers' hands as soon as possible."