Monthly Archives: December 2011

Urban Dictionary 7 – 2.1 Released

We just released a new version of Urban Dictionary 7! Here are some of the new things we have done: New Icon We changed the icon to not be terrible… We really like how it ended up – let us … Continue reading

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Facebook Birthday Tile poll is closed.

The poll in our Facebook Birthday Tile app is closed and here are the final results: As you can see, the ability to manually add birthdays to the app has a lead on the others – and so that’s the … Continue reading

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What’s next?

Here’s what we are working on next: Fail++: We want to work on some of the perf issues that come up when the app first boots. We also got some suggestions from users to move the list of blogs to … Continue reading

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New App available! “Is it toxic” hit the marketplace today

Download Our new app just hit the marketplace! This one allows you to check on the toxicity of products you use everyday to make sure you know exactly what’s in them. The app uses the skindeep database with almost 70,000 … Continue reading

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Urban Dictionary reviewed on wpcentral.com

We just got reviewed on wpcentral.com. http://bit.ly/uSHfVh

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Two-Tap reminder–Quick and easy ad-hoc reminders on your Windows Phone

Download it now. Do you forget stuff? Do you need some extra help reminding you get the laundry out, make sure the honey roasted chicken does not get dry, give the kid your chainsaw for show-and-tell in the morning? Two-tap … Continue reading

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Fail++ 2.0 released to the Market Place. Urban Dictionary 2.0 is a-coming

We are in the process of mangofying our popular apps. We just released Fail++ 2.0 (download here) which is built for Mango. Aside from the fact that it’s faster now and supports Fast App Switching, there are a couple of … Continue reading

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