Making the best game in all aspects considered before being bought is essential of developers. You’ll rarely ever see a really sloppy game up at the top, right? There always has to be some sort of “zing” for the game to be a successful one. Dungeon Defenders: First Wave has
Color Expert is an incredibly hardcore color reference app that includes virtually every color imaginable. It's a fantastic portable tool that makes it possible for artists and designers to create palettes and draw colors from surrounding inspirations. With it's beautiful color wheel interface you can choose and save multiple sets of monochromatic, analogous, complementary, split complementary, and triadic colors. Color Expert will definitely be worth it's weight in gold to any on-the-go artist or web designer.
Txtpedia is a simple reference guide for all things shorthand. Its focus is on the teenage language of text messaging, although it applies generally to most of the abbreviations on the Internet as well. The app includes over 1,500 abbreviations and is perfect for both those in and not in the know.
I'm about to enter into Pre-Med in university, and when I saw the preview for this application at WWDC I was instantly excited. Modality, the company behind this release, has eloquently configured an already-precise system into a touch-driven learning experience.
When I found out that Google had created a native iPhone app, my first thought was "Wait, didn't they make that awesome suite of web apps already? What do they need a native app for?" When I decided to have a look at the Google Mobile App, I found out that it serves a completely different purpose. It's is not for Gmail, Calendar, Docs, etc. It's a search application, but it's surprisingly versitile.