A duo of developers is looking to recreate the unique experience that Microsoft’s dual-screen tablet would have by bringing it to the iPad. They would do so with an app that encompasses many of the same features that were seen in mock-ups for the highly-anticipated Microsoft device that ultimately never
Tap Tap Tap's recently released unit conversion application, Convert [App Store], might just be the most lickable conversion application we've seen yet, and that's saying a lot. Up until its release, we'd have probably pointed to Convertbot [App Store] as being our choice for shiniest conversion app, but Convert brings even more shiny in addition to added usefulness (i.e. more units to work with). So as a special treat to all who love and appreciate impeccably designed apps, Tap Tap Tap has released a video showing the evolution of Convert. Check it out below!
Classics, a new kind of eBook reader for the iPhone and ipod touch, was released today by developer Tap Tap Tap. The new app offerers a more realistic book-reading experience. The interface uses graphics and sound effects to mimic the sensation of browsing through a real book shelf to find a book and turning through pages of real paper. The app is available at an introductory price of $2.99 in the App Store.