To the delight of Draw Something fans around the world, American radio personality, television host, and producer, Ryan Seacrest (@ryanseacrest), tweeted yesterday that he had been given exclusive access to a copy of the drawing game’s sequel, Draw Something 2.
Citing that staff at the magazine were given a “working demo” of the application on Friday, Capital New York reports that New York Magazine is still working on the app to get it right for prime-time, but notes that the new subscription-based app offering will be ready for its (confirmed) official public unveiling at the Association of Magazine Media Conference, set to be held in Manhattan on March 28.
iOS hacker George Hotz, (known to most as “GeoHot”), has announced the submission of a new app to Apple’s iTunes App Store this week. Called “Reactions,” the new app (if approved) will aim to capture the full story behind a user’s photo by capturing their facial reaction while taking said photo.
Sharing the app’s official artwork for the first time yesterday, Pebble Technology has confirmed this week that its official app, for use in conjunction with its ‘Pebble’ smartwatch, will be available for download on the App Store before the first deliveries of the watch begin arriving on doorsteps around the world.
Expected to launch on the iTunes App Store later this week, mobile development start-up NeonFive Studio has this afternoon shared with us some press materials for their new title ’4 In A 3D Row.’ Designed to provide a modern-looking twist on the classic connect 4-in-a-row titles you may already be familiar with, ’4 In A 3D Row’ claims to be a “completely new kind of puzzle game” for mobile devices everywhere.