Thursday, June 21, 2012

Download Marble Math Junior for FREE Friday, June 22!

He-llo Summer!

Our new Marble Math Junior app won't keep you cool...

But it will make you smarter!

That's right, those crazy kids at Artgig Apps are at it again.

We're giving away Marble Math Junior (ages 5-8), tomorrow - Friday June 22, to celebrate launch!

This is also a great opportunity to "try before you buy" for parents and teachers interested in the featured New and Noteworthy Marble Math for older kids.

Join us and Moms With Apps as we kick of the summer with some sizzling app sales - straight from the developers.

And please, share this offer with your family, friends, and followers!

Thanks for supporting Artgig Apps.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Marble Math Junior Launches and Alien Buddies at Toca's House

So, what did you do this weekend?

I hope all you dads got the Father's Day free pass to celebrate being such a great dad.

I sat down with my Brother-in-Law and some chips and beer to watch Portugal roll over the Netherlands in the Euro Cup.

Good times.

And speaking of rolling, Apple extended our New and Noteworthy run for another week so Marble Math and our Alien Buddies are hanging with some pretty impressive company on the Education Top 20 charts.

Ever hear of Toca Boca?

If you have an iPad and a child under the age of five, I think you know what I'm talking about.

Our Alien Buddies are over at Toca's House with Dora right now - probably in the Kitchen, playing Bingo (sorry, could not find a good way to get Solar Walk in there).

And that's not all.

Have you seen Marble Math Junior?

That's right, we just launched another Marble Math app – specifically for younger kids (ages 5-8).

We think they'll actually enjoy solving math problems while dodging obstacles like sticky green slime and boxing gloves that spring out of maze walls when you least expect it.

And they'll probably get a kick out of earning cool new marbles as they gain points.

And you can totally customize the problem types to make a perfect educational app fit for your young learners!

Who knew math could be this much fun?

Friday, June 8, 2012

Marble Math Rolls Into The App Store!





So much happening on the other side of my desk at Artgig Apps.

First, our Alien Buddies got picked as an Apple Featured Education New and Noteworthy App, which sent them rocketing up the charts.

Then, Apple surprised us with an expedited review of Marble Math this week, approving our new Educational app in record time – one day after submitting the app for review!

And yesterday, when Apple updated their charts, I happened to be watching as Marble Math joined Alien Buddies as a New and Noteworthy pick!

To say we're thrilled is an understatement.

But we're thrilled.

And we still have Marble Math Junior to release next week!


Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Alien Buddies Land On App Store Front Page - Again!

Guess who just landed on the front page of the App Store iPad Education Apps.

This is big.

Since our Alien Buddies got featured as New and Noteworthy they've been flying up the charts and now look at them.

Eyes all big and bugging out.

Mouth wide and grinning.

They're absolutely ecstatic!

We are too.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Alien Buddies App Sale Weekend Blowout!

Ah yes, summer...

The smell of freshly mowed grass.

A tall cool glass of iced tea.

The sound of over 31,000 Alien Buddies landing on iOS devices everywhere.

We're thrilled with the weekend summer sale results:

Alien Buddies reached Top #3 Free Education iPad Apps!

The app was downloaded nearly 32,000 times!

Thanks to all of our friends who helped to spread the word.

Let us know if the aliens landed on your iPad or iPhone by leaving an iTunes review.

Stay tuned - Marble Math and Marble Math Junior are coming soon!

Friday, June 1, 2012

iTunes Featured New and Noteworthy Alien Buddies!

The news broke yesterday around 5pm:

Alien Buddies is a New and Noteworthy iPad Education App!

Talk about a big weekend for our Alien Buddies – this just turned into a blowout!

Download Alien Buddies for FREE this weekend!

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