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Briefly: iPhone developer course, iPhone travel guide

updated 07:40 pm EDT, Wed May 27, 2009

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In brief: Izatt International will be running an evening course designed to help grow the iPhone development community in Utah. The courses will be run in the evening from June 23rd to the 26th and all day on the 27th. A new partnership has brought 10 new travel guides to the App Store. Dorling Kindersley and Coolgorilla joined together to release a series of travel guides for the iPhone and iPod touch that cover some of the world's most famous cities. Meanwhile, Macware has announced that its updated website is now online. The company is also currently offering several free fonts as a preview of their upcoming MacFont 3 and MacFont 4 font collections.

Izatt International has announced that it will be running an iPhone Developers Course from June 23rd to 27th. The course will be run at the Larry H. Miller Campus in Sandy, Utah and will take place from 6-9:30PM during the week and from 8:30AM-5:30PM on Saturday. The courses will be taught by expert iPhone developers and will cover topics ranging from XCode and Interface Builder to the Accelerometer and Core Animation. The cost of taking the course is set at $1495 for individuals and $995 for college and high-school students. Izatt has been offering similar courses since January in hopes of raising iPhone developers' skill levels in the Utah area.

Dorling Kindersley has teamed up with Coolgorilla to bring several of its travel guides to the iPhone and iPod touch. There are currently 10 guides available, each providing information on famous cites such as Rome, Paris, New York City, and London. Each guide includes information on all of the most popular sites, places to eat, maps, shopping, museums, etc. for the destination and allows users to create a personal list of favorite entries. Users will also find a currency converter tool, photos, and subway maps within each guide. The guides are each available from the App Store for $8.

Macware has announced that it will be relaunching its website today. The company's product offerings include software for logo design, invoice and billing, hard drive defragment and repair, e-mail marketing, extensive font collections, and more. To celebrate the relaunch, Macware is currently offering a selection of free fonts that were created by the Macware font foundry. The fonts also provide a preview of what will be available in the MacFonts 3 and MacFonts 4 collections which will ship later this year.




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  1. TravDevDude

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Cool travel apps!

    Just tried to check these apps out but the links in the artile don't work, after a bit of research I found some info on the apps with iTunes links here: http://traveldk.com/iphone

  1. walki-talki.com

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Walking tour apps

    A mention of our walking tour apps of Europe would be so greatly appreciated. Our pure mp3 tours (sold on walki-talki.com) have been among the most critically acclaimed. Our apps deliver these touted tours as self-contained packages with an interactive map, audio tracks and images. No network connection required!

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