Rayark Inc’s Deemois the App Store’s free ‘App of the Week’. The app is available for free for one week and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 5.1 or later.
Rayark brings you Deemo, a hybrid of music rhythm game and the story of urban fantasy, with hand-drawn art, story-telling gallery and real instrumental feedback of piano key sound.
Deemo is a mystic character lives in solitude, a castle, all by itself. A little girl falls from the sky, not knowing who she is, where she comes from. To help the little girl back to her world, Deemo comes to realize a tree keeps growing tall on top of the piano whenever it plays. What would Deemo do when it gets comfortable with the companionship it never had before? What if the little girl couldn’t deal with the truth when her seemingly lost memories regained?!
As reported by TechCrunch, Facebook will be removing the messaging functionality from its mobile app over the next few days, requiring users to download its Messenger app in order to chat on-the-go.
Facebook first started requiring users in Europe to use Messenger back in April, but after seeing “positive results” in terms of engagement, its rolling out the plan to the everyone. Facebook tells me people on Messenger reply about 20% faster, and not supporting multiple version of mobile chat will help it make both its main apps and Messenger better.
Previously, users had the option of downloading the Messenger app as a companion to Facebook’s flagship mobile app, but with the change, it appears that this would now be mandatory for users interested in chatting with others while on the road.
Apple confirmed on Friday (via Re/Code) that it had acquired BookLamp, a startup based in Idaho, United States that provided a book recommendation service.
The Silicon Valley giant issued the following statement, which it typically gives when it acquires smaller companies: “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans”.
Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Runis the App Store’s free ‘App of the Week’. The app is available for free for one week and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 4.3 or later.
#1 App in 80 countries! You can play as Leo, Donnie, Raph, Mikey, or unlockable characters April and Casey Jones in this action packed combat runner with vehicle mode! Run, jump, fight and drive through New York’s endless cityscape as you rid it from the Foot Clan, Kraang, Dimension X and Baxter Stockman.
Collect energy orbs to unlock exclusive weapons, gear, and boosts that will keep you one step ahead of the Kraang ship. One-touch controls combine with ninja moves and shell shocking battles for an epic gaming experience. BOOYAKASHA!
This week’s free Single of the Week on the iTunes Store is “Calm After The Storm” by Dutch band The Common Linnets.
Growing up in small cities in The Netherlands, IIse DeLange and Willem Bijkerk loved country sounds – so much so that Bijkerk adopted the stage name Waylon after outlaw country star Waylon Jennings. Recorded in Nashville, the debut album by The Common Linnets features the single “Calm After The Storm”, a soothing and folksy song showcasing their breathy, homespun harmonies. The catchy tune won The Common Linnets second place in the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest.
Apple on Thursday released the public beta of OS X Yosemite via its Mac App Store, allowing non-developers to test-drive the software for the first time.
The OS X Beta Program lets you test-drive pre-release versions of OS X Yosemite and provide feedback to help make it even better. Experience the new look of OS X, and try some of the new features and apps like the new Today view, Spotlight, Safari, and Messages.
More than a month after announcing OS X Yosemite at its annual developers conference, Apple will reportedly release the first public beta of the software later this month, according to 9to5Mac.
Apple is planning to release a publicly available beta of the upcoming OS X Yosemite later this month, according to sources briefed on the plans. This release will mark the first time Apple has released a public beta of a new OS X version in over a decade.
According to the site’s sources, Apple has chosen to release the beta at this time to give itself time to polish the software for consumers’ use. To-date, Apple has released three developer previews of Yosemite, with the fourth reportedly coming later today.
This week’s free Single of the Week on the iTunes Store is “荊棘的冠冕” by Taiwanese singer 陳惠婷 (Hui Ting Chen).
Singer, songwriter, producer and keyboardist Hui Ting Chen first came to attention as one third of Taiwan’s acclaimed indie rockers Tizzy Bac. “Crown of Thorns” introduces Chen’s solo ambitions with a coy stylistic evolution. The gentle, cascading electronic production is rounded out by winsome synth lines before the song blossoms with layered instruments and a driving, deliriously catchy chorus.
Hipstamatic’s Cinamaticis the App Store’s free ‘App of the Week’. The app is available for free for one week and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 7.1 or later.
Cinamatic is the best way to create beautiful short films. Record multiple short clips that transform into amazing short motion pictures. Your Cinamatic videos can be shared straight to Instagram, Vine, or Facebook.
• Shoot 3 to 15 second films
• Choose from an amazing set of video filters
• Instantly post videos to Instagram, Vine, or Facebook
• Get even more filters from the shop