Apple has done with iTunes and the App Store what cable never could; this portal has everything, right in your hands. The world has changed, it was the PC, now it's the iPad.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 1, 2010
miSoft, a brand new iPad and iPhone App developer, launches five apps empowering users to create digital art. The next generation of finger painting, miSoft miArt is the basis for apps that elevate the simple act of drawing with a suite of sophisticated tools. The result? A must-have set of iPad and iPhone apps anyone can use to create unique greeting cards, postcards, note cards, animation and digital art. miSoft is front and center at the iPad media revolution.
"When I was growing up, we used to hear about Cable TV bringing into your 'living room' all the entertainment you ever wanted at the touch of a button. It never happened; until iTunes and the App Store. Apple has done what cable never did; this portal is everything you ever wanted or knew. From an environmentally friendly and money saving App like miNoteCards, to Brown Eyed Girl, to Beauty and the Beast, to an App like miSoft’s miArts, where you can make your own digital art and animations, with sound, and post them to the world on You Tube! With miSoft Apps, you can watch your creations with your family on your iPhone, or an iTV or, even more, sitting at the beach on a iPad 3G. The world has changed, the next Tech revolution has arrived; it was the PC, now it's the iPad," said Daniel Fontana, CEO, miSoft, LLC.
Three iPhone apps are available right now from the iTunes store. miArts is a powerful, fully featured digital animation creation engine. miArtsJr integrates features appealing to kids. miNoteCards lets users make and send personalized note cards, thoughtful, smart, environmentally friendly money savers. Three more will launch, timed with iPad's highly anticipated arrival.
miSoft makes digital art and entertainment products in the iPhone app space. CEO Daniel Fontana is a former Disney screenwriter from the Aladdin era who has decades of computer industry experience and holds multiple industry patents. He's excited to now turn his attention to iPhone apps because, he says "that's where the action is, the rest minor leagues."