May 17th, 2013

messageme
Messaging app MessageMe has reportedly raised another $10m in funding, adding to the $1.9m it announced in March. News of the new funding comes from a regulatory filing, The Next Web reports, and suggests...

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May 16th, 2013

Splashpath
Active in Time, developer of popular swimming app Splashpath, has agreed a deal with Speedo that will see the app significantly updated and launched internationally. AiT says that the UK Splashpath App,...

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May 16th, 2013

Skobbler
Skobbler has launched a GPS Navigation & Maps app for Android, which it says targets the Achilles heels for Google Maps and satnav apps. How so? Well, the app offers online and offline functionality for...

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May 16th, 2013

sago-mini
Earlier this year, children's apps developer Toca Boca acquired one of its peers, Zinc Roe, before rebranding the studio as Sago Sago. Now it's released its first app since the merger: Sago Mini Sound...

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May 15th, 2013

Evian baby
Anyone who finds the Evian baby adverts slightly disturbing look away now, because the company has just launched an app to accompany its new Baby and Me campaign. The iOS app allows users to meet their...

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May 15th, 2013

Parents Pad 1
Kidaptive has launched an assessment tool within its Leo’s Pad app, with the new Parent’s Pad function intended to deliver "comprehensive" feedback on preschoolers' learning. As previously reported,...

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May 14th, 2013

KakaoHome
With Facebook Home off to a start probably best described as “middling”, Kakao has launched a competitor, KakaoHome, in its home country of South Korea. KakoHome is a launcher app, much like Facebook’s...

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May 14th, 2013

Runtastic
Runtastic’s range of health and fitness apps have now passed 30m downloads, with the company claiming 25m mobile users and 10m registered users on Runtastic.com. The news comes as the company announces...

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May 13th, 2013

Fancy Keith Lemon as your personal assistant? No, us neither but nevertheless, that is what is on the table thanks to the new iOS app from Leigh Francis’ comic character, Ask Keith Lemon. The £1.49...

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