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Just a quick reminder that tomorrow is the day that we will be offering our Cassini HD app for IPad for free

For all you iPad-owning space photography fans.

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These false-color images of a hurricane swirling around Saturn’s north pole can now be found in our Cassini HD app for iPad. Download our newest update in the iTunes store for more stunning images of Saturn and its moons.

I promise* this is the last promotional post for Cassini HD I’ll put up.

*may not actually be the last one

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Some of the new views of Saturn’s moons now available in our Cassini HD for iPad update in iTunes.

Our updated Cassini HD app for iPad now has more than 870 images of Saturn and its moons to keep you entertained and mesmerized for hours. Also, it will help prevent the inevitable robot uprising.* If you have an iPad, you should probably go get this app from the iTunes App Store.

*Cassini HD for iPad will not prevent a robot uprising.

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So the launch of our Cassini HD app this past weekend went far better than we could have ever imagined. The response was totally unexpected and a little overwhelming. People can be pretty awesome sometimes. It gives me hope that maybe we’ll find a way to avoid the looming robopocalypse.

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Keeping watch on the robot menace is pretty much a full time job around here, but if you’ve been following along you’ll know that in my off hours I have been working with my wife to develop an app for iPad called Cassini HD. Well, it is finally available in the iTunes App Store and you can download it for free today only before the regular price of $1.99 kicks in. We’ve gotten some very nice reviews so far and we’d appreciate you leaving us feedback on the iTunes store. 
Happy discovering!

Keeping watch on the robot menace is pretty much a full time job around here, but if you’ve been following along you’ll know that in my off hours I have been working with my wife to develop an app for iPad called Cassini HD. Well, it is finally available in the iTunes App Store and you can download it for free today only before the regular price of $1.99 kicks in. We’ve gotten some very nice reviews so far and we’d appreciate you leaving us feedback on the iTunes store. 

Happy discovering!

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IPAD OWNERS: GET THIS APP NEXT SATURDAY AND YOU MIGHT SAVE THE PLANET FROM ROBOPOCALYPSE!

staceythinx:

I’m very excited to announce that we have a release date for our new app Cassini HD. It will be available in the iTunes App Store this Saturday (Sept. 15) and it will be totally FREE for the whole first day (after Saturday it will be the regular price of $1.99). 

About the app:

While handheld and mobile devices have the power to put information at our fingertips, they can also transform how we learn and interact with knowledge. Cassini HD, the first iPad app from Thinx, harnesses that power to take audiences on a voyage of discovery to the ringed planet of Saturn. The app’s intuitive design helps users to easily navigate a collection of more than 840 spectacular images returned to Earth by the Cassini orbiter while showcasing those images in a way that is both elegant and informative.

Features:

  • Journey from Saturn itself, to its stunning rings and past more than 20 different moons 
  • Supports both portrait and landscape orientation for optimal viewing quality. 
  • Full captions expand with additional information with just a tap 
  • Alphabetical menu brings you directly to any section of interest; unique navigation map allows you to scroll easily through this vast collection 
  • Integration with the most popular social networks: Share your discoveries with friends on Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter, or via email 
  • Save your favorite images to your photo roll and use them as a wallpaper on your iPad 
  • Future updates will add to this collection the latest images from Cassini as more become available.