The Evil Boss Announces Day One Availability of New iPad App
Swedish mobile application think-tank The Evil Boss’s first ever iPad app “A Memory Game” today received its ‘ready for sale’ status from Apple. This game is the next step in the vendor’s strategy of providing simple, fun and user-friendly memory enhancing tools.
Best-sellers include the Hiragana and Katakana suite with over 20.000 downloads and a steadily rising sales trend, not least thanks to recent breakthroughs in new markets such as Oceania.
“A Memory Game” – available for free from AppStore from day one as Apple’s iPad hits stores this Easter – is a classic memory card-game in which you choose between flags or icons. As the player sharpens both his memory and knowledge, success is measured in the number of turns it takes to finish a round.
“We are very proud and honored to pass the test with our first attempt, and it is of course strategically very important with day one presence within what is sure to be Apple’s new best-seller”, says Kim Ahlberg, Evil Boss at TEB. “I want to create educational and clean applications appealing users at all ages. Games I’d personally like to play, quite simply. Now all I need to do is get my hands on an iPad as well.”
Since ”A Memory Game” was approved straight away it is amongst the first batch of applications to reach the world’s premier iPad users. Apple’s iPad is released in the US on April 3rd and is expected to be sold-out within the first week.
The Evil Boss have been producing quality iPhone™, iPod Touch™ and iPad applications since 2008, primarily aimed at the Edutainment segment. The entity is headquarted in Gothenburg, Sweden and boosts a handful of products available from the AppStore. TEB is a mobile applications think-tank dedicated to learning and sharing experiences from producing, publishing and supporting mobile applications globally as a small-scale provider.