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New NOOK HD Live Wallpaper App Versions
Hi, NOOK users!
We have revised our live wallpaper apps for NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ (which is quite nice, by the way). Barnes & Noble changed out the way to change wallpapers by surprise so if you load an older version of the app, the “Change Your Wallpaper” button will crash the app. As of version 2.1 of Space Journey and version 2.0 of Santa Cruz Flowers, the buttons will work correctly, and you’ll enjoy the new HD goodness.
Old verison workaround: The older apps will still work as live wallpaper if you long press an empty area of the home screen, choose wallpapers, choose live wallpaper, and choose the wallpaper of your choice. But the new versions are available so you might as well upgrade and enjoy!
Timeframe: Space Journey 2.1 is now in the Nook Apps Shop. Â Santa Cruz Flowers became available on November 15 (yay!).
Steve @ WhitneyApps
|Space Journey Moving Wallpaper:
||Santa Cruz Flowers Moving WallpaperÂ|
Flash cards were never this fun!
With CardDroid math, color and sound help kids learn math anywhere!Â Â Kids’ voices and the chance to earn colored stars offer encouragement alongÂ the way as you learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division.Â Difficulty levelsÂ cover all learners from preschool on up.
Available now in the Android Market for 99 cents.
Learn more on the CardDroid Math page.Â Check out some screen shots below.Â (We’ll have to make you a video for you since it’s so much more fun with the kids’ voices and musical sound effects.)
Find it on the Android Market at http://market.android.com/details?id=com.whitneyapps.carddroidmath
Getting ready to release CardDroid Math – a fun learning tool to help kids (and adults) with math facts. We’re just polishing it up now (and running it through the all-important “kid testing.”)Â Take a sneak peak at www.WhitneyApps.com/carddroid-math.
CardDroid Math is something that I as a parent want.Â Our family spends a lot of time waiting, and CardDroid Math will help our kids to learn while we wait in lines, in the car, a a siblings baseball game…Â Our preschooler is already learning addition and subtraction in the preschool mode (numbers from 1 to 6 only).
We hope you find it helpful too!
Steve and the WhitneyApps Team