ROCHESTER, New York -- August 20, 2008 -- Andrew Welch, el Presidente of Ambrosia Software, took time from the very buy show floor at the New Media Expo, to chat with Chuck Joiner of MacVoices. Andrew took the time to talk about Ambrosia latest sound utility to the WireTap family: WireTap Anywhere. He also offers MacVoices a chance to learn about our newest beta product, Soundboard.
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ROCHESTER, New York -- July 23, 2008 -- Andrew Welch, el Presidente of Ambrosia Software, was interviewed on MacVoices.com, he talks about the three games they currently have available on the Apple App Store. Andrew covers why they decided to take more traditional games and re-create them for the new platform, and how Aki Mahjoing, mondo Solitaire and Mr. Sudoku take advantage of the iPhone platform.
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ROCHESTER, New York -- July 1, 2008 -- Should you be on the Apple.com site and find yourself in the Science area, you will be pleased to find that they are offering a Snapz Pro X w/ movie capture tutorial to the Apple users. Simply go to the Apple Science Productivity Lab and check out this well created tutorial! The Productivity Lab is designed to provide scientists with practical and useful tips and techniques to accelerate productivity in the scientific workflow using Apple technologies.
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Rochester, NY -- June 6th, 2006 -- Alfonso Tejedor Escobar (better known simply as Alf) the content manager for a Spanish Mac Web site entitled FAQ-Mac.com. Recently interveiwed Ambrosia's PR man John Champlin on the his views of the Mac community as well as Ambrosia Software itself. Always eager to plunge Ambrosia into the European Mac Community, John was more than happy to offer his time to help. Please take a moment to read the article.
The Spanish Version of the article can be found:
For those of you not able to speak spanish and wish to read the article in English, Dennis Sellers of MacsimumNews.com has offered a translated version which has been posted on his "Developers corner".
The English Version of the article can be found:
Rochester, NY -- May 30th, 2006 -- Joshua Scott Emmons has returned with a great follow up to his previous article Support Everything! The Legacy of Apeiron. This time the O'Reilly Mac DevCenter writer turns his interviewing skill on Ambrosia's BitWise Operator Matt Slot.
They discuss the technical side of the latest update to Apeiron X. The tricks and tools used by our programmers, as well as the reasonings behind why Ambrosia keeps the addictive game running.
Please take a moment to read the full article here:
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