The official Salvation Army app is free to download and provides vital information, a service locator, history of the Salvation Army and easy ways to donate. The other is a paid-for timbrel app that allows users to recreate the exact sounds and joy of shaking a Salvation Army tambourine! All of the money raised from the timbrel app goes directly towards the Salvation Army’s charity work.
It contains information about the nursery, a calendar of important events, location and directions finder, as well as an ever increasing library of fun, educational games for children.
Once you stop recording you can carry on where you left off and even rewind slightly with the rewind/fast forward spring switch just like an old style tape dictaphone. Your recordings will run for as long as you need and you can email your recordings to whoever you like for free or share your dictations through the file sharing function on itunes. Once you have bought Dictation App it is completely free to use!
Their dreamy pop sounds and innovative videos have attracted widespread attention so we were thrilled when Universal Records approached us to create an app for the group. We put together one that allows the user to watch videos, access news and create their own art using The Sound of Arrows mascots. Download it for free from the iTunes App Store now!
NDVF work preventatively with children and young people in schools and in young people settings. They wanted an iPhone & iPod app that would support their Respect Not Fear website and appeal to young people to encourage healthy relationships.
Using artwork created by the young people themselves, and combining games, advice, a respect-o-meter and other useful information, the app has been a huge success. Not only has it remained in the Education What's Hot? Top Ten for months after its launch, it’s also garnering rave reviews both on the App Store and on the web generally.
Most importantly, it's helping young people, locally and nationally, to develop healthy and respectful relationships. We're proud to have created something so worthwhile.