New Crossword Puzzle iPhone and iPad App

Sevilla la Nueva, Spain, November 06, 2011 --( The Multimedia department of the Union Yawara-Jitsu has just released its new English crossword puzzle iPhone app.

The first example of a crossword puzzle appeared on September 14, 1890, in the Italian magazine Il Secolo Illustrato della Domenica.

It was designed by Giuseppe Airoldi and titled "Per passare il tempo" ("To pass the time").

Airoldi's puzzle was a four-by-four grid with no shaded squares, but it included horizontal and vertical clues.

Since than crossword puzzles have evolved quit a bit. And now crossword puzzles can be solved on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

This app has a very easy and intuitive interface. It includes 2 crossword puzzle books, with over 80 puzzles.

The crossword puzzles are organized according to level and size.

The app contains from small, 12x12, easy to solve puzzles to big, 20x20 more difficult puzzles.

All puzzles are automatically saved, so the user will never lose the puzzle he's currently working on.

If the user needs help, he can ask for a letter hint and when he really gets stuck the whole word can be revealed. The completed puzzles are all marked.

No subscription is required. Addition books can be bought individually from within the crossword puzzle app.

The app does not need an Internet connection and there is no waiting for the puzzles to download.

The url of the app is:

Union Yawara-Jitsu
Astrid Jansen
+34 661410050