The blog has been quite quiet lately, but that doesn’t mean nothing is happening! We’ve been busy rolling out updates to our various apps over the last months. Some examples:
One of our first apps received continued improvements over several updates to the new food journal, like showing foods and calories per meal (breakfast, lunch, etc), much improved searching for foods, performance improvements and more.
Updated to support the new sandbox in OS X, the new incredible retina display in the latest Macbook Pro and some other minor improvements.
The super-addictive numbers game received a number of improvements like Game Center support with achievements ranking from simple ones to really hard ones, better sounds, and more puzzles to solve. Try it out, it’s free with additional content available as in-app purchases.
Our Swedish app to find historical remains got an overhaul with the ability to add favorite findings, send findings to your friends and more.
We have more updates cooking so stay tuned. And, a new app is starting to take shape as well!
Nutrient Guide was just updated in the App Store a few hours ago. It’s a major update, where the old “Daily Intake” has been replaced with a completely new Food Journal. This was one the most requested features in Nutrient Guide. I hope you’ll like it!
Check it out in the App Store.
I just fixed the contact form that apparently has been broken for a short while. If you have tried to contact us and didn’t hear back, please try again!
In the meantime, I really recommend our game Addidoku. But be careful, it’s very addictive ;)
The game is in the same genre as Sudoku, but the actual experience is very different, which you will find out
as soon as you try it out for yourself. The game is free and comes with 60 puzzles, and many more are available for purchase within the app.
Here’s a sneak peek at the gameplay in action:
Will you be the first one to solve all 200 puzzles?
Tinybird’s next app is out, Intensity! What’s a better way to show what it’s all about than a short demo video?
Enjoy! …but don’t forget to take a day off here and there too.
Greetings! In this first post of the new year, I’d like to welcome the latest addition to the animals, the elephant! Animal keeper Tom really needs to keep his game up in order to find all the animals. Check out The Animals Have Escaped and make sure to get it from the app store!
In other news, we are nearing completion of an app that might come in handy after all the holidays. There are a few things that need finishing up but keep your eyes open.
That’s all for now!
This one is for the kids! We decided to broaden our portfolio of apps a bit, taking a dive into the entertainment category: