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Idea Thirsty. Brainstorms. Work hard. Play hard. New ideas appear at the time we less expect.
To fresh up minds, say hey to Samunagi – Greengar’s new app – released on Mar 29th, 2012.




Samunagi is a combined word of samurai and unagi (an extremely focus mode). You want to know how fast and correctly you can reacts. You want to know how long you can stay in the extremely focus mode. You are also a fan of sensitive touch screens of iOS devices. Samunagi is made for you.

Arcade (Single player mode with current 8 levels)
You can challenge yourself w
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ith eight (8) different levels on this free version of Samunagi. A time range from 10,000 milliseconds to 800 milliseconds or even down to 150 millisecond, you have to observe, calculate and react at the fastest speed but in a correct way to have the best score.



8 different levels



 Multi player on a local WiFi connection
When you think you are able to react extremely fast and correctly, you and your friend can compete together. The common request are simply fast action and correction. Our instruction page will help you out how to play in two player mode.

Multi-player mode


Download Samunagi for free of charge here.

You will laugh a lot with a cute funny UI, exciting sound theme and surprise to know how simple Samunagi, running on iPods, iPhones and iPads with iOS 4.0 or more, to entertain you.

Enjoy Samunagi and rate for us to the top rank.

Please do not hesitate to email us your feedback and suggestions at support@greengar.com. We all look forward to hearing from you.




Posted by Angela Huynh
Customer Support – Greengar Studios


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Anyone that travels regularly by air is probably already using SeatGuru.com. However, now you can have the great benefits of this free service right on your iPhone. SeatGuru allows you to search for your flights and then see seat maps with color coded advice on which seats are good, which ones are bad, which ones have power, etc. If you see green then you know you’ve got a good seat. However, if you see red, then you should probably select a different seat as soon as possible. This App also allows you to search for and book flights as well as check the flight status of flights for
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friends, colleagues or family.
The App works well. It can utilize your location to search for airports near you as this will speed up your search criteria input. I also like to see which flights have on board WiFi. While we’re at it, how about meal service menus, snacks and prices. In other words the more info we could have before heading to the airport the better. I wish that it was a Universal App taking advantage of iPad as well.
You can get SeatGuru for iPhone or iPod touch for Free here from the
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Words with Friends may be the gold standard for word games, but Quote Unquote offers a unique alternative. You are presented with a famous (or not so famous quote, but from a famous person) and you have to extract parts of words from the quote to solve crossword style puzzles.
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➜ “Speak ‘N Spell for the iPad Generation” – The New York Times Word Wizard is a unique app that lets kids hear the sounds of letters and words using a talking movable alphabet. Featuring advanced text to speech capabilities, the app can pronounce and spell-check an unlimited number of original words. Word Wizard also provides spelling practice with a list of more than 1,400 questions and answers, and the best is that you can…
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The iTunes App Store is possibly one of the most-successful online ‘App Stores’ on the planet right now. Featuring Apple’s 70/30 revenue model and the ability for anyone to create an idea using the iOS Software Development Kit, what was originally just a concept has become a multi-billion dollar business.
In fact, (as of writing), the iTunes App Store Approval Team have approved 760,787 applications, 574,985 of which are now available for immediate download. Of those, 507,756 have been designed with Apple’s iPhone in mind, with 204,480 having been designed e
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xclusively to support Apple’s iPad.
Just recently Apple enjoyed its 25 Billionth app download from its App Store. That’s 25,000,000,000.

Now looking to build upon that success of Apple’s “app” business model and take things one step further, former Facebook engineer and co-founder of Ping.fm, Ryan Merket, has created AppStores.com. Giving developers the ability to run their own HTML5-compatible ‘App Store’ right on the web, AppStores is a new app distribution platform which aims to get you on board by touting its 60/40 business model.

Allowing you to keep 60% of the revenue made from these online stores, the platform is described as being able to provide “100% customizable” templates which will “easily match your [...] site’s current design”. Offering both pre-made mobile and desktop themes, these themes are also said to be “compatible on both the desktop and all major mobile devices (iPhone, Android and iPad)”
Your app store will be compatible on both the desktop and all major mobile devices (iPhone, Android and iPad). No matter how your store is accessed, it will be easy navigate and download apps from.
At its core, the distribution platform has three goals:
- Extend your current display advertising
- Help you earn affiliate on any iOS apps purchases
- Help you make money when your users install or click on sponsored apps
Perhaps the best incentive, though, is that – (according to the site) – there’s “No Setup Fee, No Monthly Fees. It’s all completely free.” AppStores split the revenue on the sponsored apps you sell, you keep 60% of the revenue made from those sponsored apps and you get to run your own App Store.
Sound neat? – If you’re interested, we recommend that you get yourself over to AppStores.com to find out more!
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There are LOTS of Twitter clients out there for iOS and I must admit that I switch up on a regular basis. It's not that I'm that picky, it's just that I usually can't find a single client that does everything I want the way I want it to. So I end up going back and forth between the official Twitter Client, the native iOS Twitter support and Echofon Pro on my iPad. Although I have Tweetbot on my iPhone, I never really saw enough of an advantage in it to make it my default Twitter client and therefore I rarely used it. Lately I've been using Twitter on my iPh
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one and Echofon Pro on my iPad. That changed yesterday when Tapbots released Tweetbot for iPad. They seemed to have nailed it! I went through it looking for all the features that I like:

Auto refresh
Retweet with comment
Bit.ly Pro support
Instapaper Support
Images in-line
Good "List" support
Translate Tweets
Easy Conversation Viewing
Multiple Twitter Account Support
Choose your favorite Video and Pic service
and most importantly a GREAT UI that makes it easy to access the features above without too many taps

It's that last bullet point that will probably keep me using Tweetbot on my iPad. Sure the other clients have the above features (with the exception of Twitter now only supporting their own URL shortening!), but it's the UI (user interface) that's going to ultimately decide my favorite Twitter client.  What I really like about Tweetbot is the gestures. For example a Triple tap gives you reply choices. Swipe to the left to see the conversation. A single tap reveals the most common options for a selected tweet. Tap and hold on an Avatar to see options for that Twitter user. Tap and hold on the tweet to Send the Tweet to Instapaper (or the service you choose), Copy it, email it and yes TRANSLATE IT!

They even got the startup experience right! The first time I launched the App it offered to bring in the Twitter accounts that I already had setup in iOS 5. Yeah! Also they show you some helpful tips to get you going on the App.

Granted I've only been using this App for a day, but I can't think of anything they missed. Well I do have to ding them on one thing. It would have been nice to see this as a Universal App instead of charging both iPhone and iPad users separately. Also even though these things aren't important to me, they may be to you: I don't see support for the newly designed Twitter interface that offers "Discover" and "Connect'. You can of course see your Mentions and New Followers, but not in the same window. I could care less about this, but it is something that the official Twitter client offers. Otherwise if you're looking for a new great Twitter client for iPad, this is it.
P.S. Hey Tapbots, will ConvertBot ever see some iPad love? Also I really wish you guys could do what you did for Twitter, for Google+ too!
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You can get Tweetbot for iPad for $2.99 here from the 
One more thing… Yes the iPhone/iPod touch version got updated to 2.0 with many of the features that kept me away from using it in the past and the ones that make me love the iPad version. It may be a win-win for me here using the same UI on both platforms!
You can get Tweetbot for iPhone/iPod touch for $2.99 here from the 
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In case you are not aware, the serial number provides some interesting information about your iPhone, including the week it was manufactured and the factory id. Folks at OS X Daily tell us that the serial number on the iPhone … Continue reading →