At Shiny we develop a range of innovative applications for the Mac, iPhone and iPad. Ranging from educational apps to social networking, speech synthesis to games, we strive to produce innovative software and have some fun along the way.
Here are some examples of recent apps we've produced.
Aimed at the beginner/intermediate angler and stunningly illustrated throughout, the app contains beautiful cross sections with amazing detail and depth covering lakes & fisheries, canals and rivers identifying the key locations to fish. For each location a detailed rig diagrams show the float, weights, bait and hook you need and pro tips help improve your technique further and increase your catch.
Want to see the most interesting, vibrant and beautiful images on flickr.com right on your iPad or iPhone? Explore Flickr will show you this stunning photography from around the world in perfect high definition.
“As someone who is addicted to looking at Flickr's explore page I definitely recommend this app.”
Launch your balloon in to the sky and see where it travels… Choose a balloon, add a message and photo, then release it into the sky! Where will it go? Who will it meet? How far will it travel?
View the messages and photos left by others who catch your balloon as it travels on it's journey.
Charades for iPhone and iPad is the perfect companion to the classic party game. Instead of struggling to think of a film, book or song simply push the lever and the curtain is raised on a fresh Charades challenge! Pass the phone around to each player and act it out for all to see.
You've invested hundreds of hours crafting your iOS app to make it perfect in every way. Don't make a crucial mistake with the best selling tool you have, your screenshots.
Status Magic is an application for Mac OS X which adds perfect status bars to your iOS App Store screenshots.
Ever wanted to have someone read Wikipedia to you? Speakapedia is a tool for Mac OS X which creates podcasts from Wikipedia articles!
Choose your article and pick the sections you are interested in and Speakapedia™ will convert your article to speech. You can then listen through iTunes, or on your iPod or iPhone.