Hey Apptasticans! (Yup, I'm going with that) We're doing a special episode in a few weeks where we'd like to feature YOU! Or your apps, at least. We'd like you to send in submissions of apps you'd like us to review, whether they're apps you love, apps you hate, or apps you just haven't bothered to try yet. Better yet, send us a recording of you telling us about an app and why you would recommend it. Just send us your suggestions by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org before March 15, 2013 and we'll put them together for the following week's episode.
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Episode Info Title: Apptastic #39: Reinvented in 140 characters or less! Subtitle: New show format! WWDC & Twitter Apps Summary: Apptastic has been reformated! Julie, Amy and Sara discuss the latest news from Apple's WWDC about iOS 5 and compare a few of the most popular Twitter Apps. PLAY NOW iTunes Feed MP3 RSS Feed Show Notes News - Apple hosts Worldwide Developer Conference (watch it here) - iCloud announced: Cloud storage for your iTunes media - iOS 5 announced: Includes notification center, wireless sync, camera and photo app improvements, Twitter integration Twitter Apps Julie's picks: Echofon (Free), Seesmic (Free) Amy's picks: HootSuite (Free), Osfoora ($2.99) Sara's picks: Twitter (formerly Tweetie, Free), TweetDeck (Free)
Also Check Out: Our interview with Jet Set! JET SET GAMES RELEASES HIGHBORN LITE FOR THE iPHONE AND iPOD TOUCH, AND HIGHBORN HD LITE FOR THE iPAD Free Versions of the Critically and Commercially Successful Turn-Based Strategy Game Now Available on the iTunes App Store, Updates to Full Versions Also Available LAS VEGAS, NV – October 15, 2010 – Jet Set Games™ today announced the immediate availability of Highborn™ Lite, and Highborn HD Lite, free versions of the critically and commercially successful turn-based strategy game for Apple’s mobile devices. Highborn Lite is now available for free for the iPhone and iPod Touch on the iTunes App Store at http://itunes.com/app/HighbornLite, and Highborn HD Lite for the iPad at http://itunes.com/app/HighbornHDLite. Both Lite versions feature a new tutorial mission and the first two levels of the full-priced games. In addition, Lite users can play on any of the game’s multiplayer maps via OpenFeint, provided they have been invited to a match by a player with the full-priced version of Highborn or Highborn HD. “We’ve been thrilled with the number of people who have purchased Highborn and given us outstanding reviews and feedback,” said Rade Stojsavljevic, president of Jet Set Games. “But we know there are still people out there who have held off on buying it. We hope the release of Highborn Lite will encourage players to check out the game, see how much fun it really is, and then purchase the full version.” In addition to the release of Highborn Lite and Highborn HD Lite, Jet Set Games has also released updates to the full-priced versions of both games. The Highborn 1.1.1 and Highborn HD 1.1.2 updates are now available for download through iTunes and include the following enhancements: · The addition of the tutorial mission included in Highborn Lite and Highborn HD Lite. · Addressed a loading crash some users experienced when playing the game on older iPhone or iPod Touch models running iOS4. · Various bug fixes. In Highborn, players are treated to two strategy games that combine to offer an intelligent, tactical experience without the frenetic play of a traditional RTS. Players move forces around an overhead map to secure spells and combat support, then dive into 3D combat to deploy those advantages against an unsuspecting enemy. All the fun and fighting is set against an irreverent ...