Six Degrees of Awesomeness

In case you missed the news this past weekend, you (our users) have just landed an unprecedented six Corona-made apps on an App Store chart. More specifically, the six apps are in the Top Free Kids Games chart for iPad, coming on the heels of Corona apps topping 16 million downloads — all further demonstrating the Corona […]

App of the Week (June 12, 2011): Word Ball

Word games have become a massive successful phenomenon on the mobile platform. From Words with Friends to Hangman, people can’t get enough of them! Now, our latest App of the Week throws the Corona Community‘s hat into that arena. It’s fast, and will keep you on your toes. Lace up your high tops and try […]

Marketing your apps on a shoe-string budget

We all know that mobile apps tend to go nowhere unless you put in a little marketing muscle behind them… But we also all know that marketing muscle traditionally means lots of money, which a lot of indie developers and small game studios don’t have. Nevertheless, the guys at Crawl Space Games have it allllll figured […]

The Day the Earth Stood Still

Today, Apple introduced its Lion operating system and with it a bunch of new features. It also announced that over 25 million iPads have been sold since its launch last April, and other Mac-related numbers like the volume of apps downloaded from the App Store and music served — it’s simply staggering! But enough about Apple and […]

App of the Month (May 2011): Notebook Ninja

Last month’s App of the Week winners presented us with quite a diverse array of apps and games made with Corona SDK. We had a pocket phrase translator for travelers to use while abroad, a couple of highly addictive games, and even a helper tool for classic car aficionados. Though it is difficult (as always!) […]