Gary James and A4CWSN (Apps For Children With Special Needs) is at it again. He’s corralled hundreds of app developers and organized a massive giveaway including free and discounted apps, iPads. In addition to the giveaways, Gary is raising money through developer and individual donations to support the A4CWSN iPad giveaways. Brain Parade is.... Read More > >
Developing and marketing apps isn’t cheap (never mind the fact that many buyers expect all apps to be $0.99!) and the funding options available to developers are scarce, often cumbersome, and almost always onerous. Venture Capitalists are in the business of maximizing return on their investments so they will want control of their investment.... Read More > >
See.Touch.Learn. v 1.2 Released Today Offers Custom Card Designer Add-on We released See.Touch.Learn.™ version 1.2 today with an add-on feature that our users have been clamoring for – the ability to use their own images to create custom lessons! Our users have always raved about the stunning high-resolution image libraries available with See.Touch.Learn., but.... Read More > >
I recently participated in a roundtable discussion on app development as part of the NotAnotherMacPodcast series conducted by Mark at EveryDayMacSupport. It was a great discussion about some of the things that many people are not aware of when if comes to building, deploying and supporting mobile apps. I was joined at the table.... Read More > >
Wow! I’m at a loss for words. On September 11, 2011, just six months after the launch of See.Touch.Learn.™ it was downloaded for the 100,000th time! When I began designing See.Touch.Learn.™ almost a year ago, I was pretty confident that I was on to something. I started out with graph paper and colored.... Read More > >
We are delighted to be chosen as a “Staff Favorite” Education app on the iTunes store! The kudos keep rolling in! We were chosen to be displayed in the Apple Retail Stores in June and now we’re a staff Favorite in iTunes. Check out the full list of Staff Favorites here!