Appliya Brings Evangelion to the iPhone and iPod Touch – Millions of iPhone and iPod Touch owners have found ways to extend the functionality and fun of their devices with everything from map applications to lightsaber simulators. But if you’re an anime fan outside of Japan, the iTunes App Store offers few options that represent the anime and manga stories that you love. One Tokyo-based company called Appliya Inc. is seeking to change that with an aggressive strategy to bring anime franchises to the international mobile market. Their first venture is an exciting one Appliya has obtained a license to develop and distribute the world’s first iPhone and iPod Touch applications based on one of the most popular anime franchises, Evangelion, and they plan to submit their first apps to Apple in February 2009.
» App Store – Evangelion manga coming to the iPhone
Most of us know the game AuroraFeint, the free puzzle game for the iPhone. The developers the of Aurora Feint are releasing OpenFaint, an API that will allow iPhone developers to integrate rich social features into their applications with a minimal amount of effort.
» OpenFeint: A Social Platform For iPhone Games
According to AppleInsider, the new Mac os X version Snow Leopard will include some nifty features most of us already know from our iPhones. The features rumored to make a jump from the iPhone platform are geographical location based services and multi-touch support.
» Snow Leopard borrowing iPhone features?
More rumors of a new iPhone are being started. Now we all know that the iPhone Nano started with rumors, but we saw nothing last Mac World. So the question is, Is there a iPhone 4G? This is the first I’ve heard of it, but I’ll keep posted. Meanwhile, enjoy some iPhone 4G concepts inside!!!Google+