Monday, May 31, 2010

nsync is Live!

Dr. Neil got his iPad within hours of landing in New York last month. We knew he'd been looking forward to the moment for some time beforehand, but we didn't realise just how much.

True to his normal form he began experimenting and finding his way around the platform almost immediately: and then the coding started. Somehow, in between meetings in Redmond, London, Paris, and Amsterdam; Surface training; eating; and plane flights over the last 2-3 weeks, he put together our first iPad app "nsync" and submitted it to the App Store for approval.

When asked about his speedy and enthusiastic response to the new platform, Dr. Neil said "Well, it's massive that the iPad has no clock, alarm or work times functions, and it shocked me so much that I built my own!" He loves his new iPad and we're sure his MacBook Air is getting less and less attention these days. We also know that he, of all people, understands the challenges of constantly operating in different time zones. nsync is a great response to simplifying the challenges and we're looking forward to finding out how many other challenges we can solve or simplify for those around us. Cheers!

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

nsquared Makes Headlines on the Microsoft Surface Blog

You must be wondering how nsquared can create so many apps for Surface while still managing to pour out all its other creative apps for multiple platforms. Well, you can keep on wondering... We've done it again! nsquared is making headlines on the Microsoft Surface Blog. Our amazing work is being recognised, and our recently released Hospitality and Retail Surface apps Tourist Table and nsquared Concierge are making big waves.

The excitement just keeps on growing and our software is eagerly anticipated around the world. All enquiries can be directed to so feel free to get in touch and ask how you can get our apps, or simply say "hi"!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Our iPhone Translator Talks!

Pssst! We've just heard that our latest iPhone app, Translation Station has been released on the iTunes App Store today, and it'll be free until June 1!

Translation Station2 talks! You asked and we've answered. We know it's hard to pronounce languages just by reading them, so we took advantage of the translation engine's speech offerings. Powered by the same machine translation engine as Microsoft's Bing Translator, Translation Station will translate 31 languages in writing, and will even read the translation back to you in six languages. A talking translator is pretty cool, but the coolest most clever thing, is that when the translation engine updates (by adding written or spoken languages), so will the App. Automatically. No need to update it through the App Store!

It's free for now, but from June 1, you'll need to purchase it, so download yours now!

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

iDrinkblood goes live!

Didn't we say that we had some exciting news to share? Just when you thought it was safe to go out at night again.... nsquared’s “iDrinkblood” was released on the iPhone App Store. Commissioned by one of our Agency partners, this app really shows off nsquared’s expertise as one of the best iPhone app developers in the world. nsquared developed iDrinkblood and partnered up with US Sydney to produce this remarkable piece of digital marketing. We know our clients are happy, and we think you'll be happy too. See the official video of iDrinkblood on YouTube:

Download iDrinkblood from the iPhone App Store today and start drinking.... iDrinkblood will leave you shivering under your pillows! Now where's my pointy teeth?