Try Itemhunt: Autumn Leaves!

Itemhunt now has a fall version that has just been released. Autumn is a great season marked by the many different colored leaves that you see all around. This app has 5 maps; each map has different colored leaves that make it difficult to find tiny items hidden throughout. Try the demo today for free or purchase the full version for only $0.99!

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Itemhunt: Halloween Time is out!

Get ready for Halloween fun with Itemhunt! Look for many different items in the middle of pumpkins and candy. Get the app now in either the NOOK store or on the Google play store!

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Itemhunt in the Play Store

Itemhunt: In the Garden is now out in the Google Play store! This app challenges you to find several different items in a picture. This release has five levels for tons of gameplay. Each time you start a level, you will have to find 5 items to win. Use pinch and zoom to find the really tiny items!

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Datadigger is now Available

Datadigger, a PCI compliance scanning tool, is now available for purchase in the Google Play store. This tool checks your android device for any credit card numbers or social security numbers. PCI compliance has very strict rules and hefty fines for data leaks. Don’t let your device be the source of a potentially embarrassing and expensive data breach.

You can easily schedule scans to run daily, weekly, or monthly. Once a scan has completed, you will be notified if there are files that have suspect data. You can then review said files and mark them as a false positive or you can manually delete the file to prevent data misuse.

The personal version is only $4.99 and lets you install it on your own device. We do offer a site licensed version that can be used on all devices in an organization. Please contact us for pricing and purchasing of a site license.

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Itemhunt Now In The NOOK Store

Itemhunt: In the Garden is now out in the NOOK store! This app challenges you to find several different items in a picture. Four levels give you lots of gameplay. Each time you start a level, you will have to find 5 items to win. Use pinch and zoom to find the really tiny items!

NOOK App : Itemhunt: In The Garden

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Learn Chinese Pronunciation with Mandarin Sounds

There seems like there lots of apps designed to help you learn Chinese writing but none focus on pronunciation. That is why we have released Mandarin Sounds, an app created to teach you Chinese pronunciation. Learn how to say zhao and lyue so that you can actually converse with native speakers. Get it now in the nook store!

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Make The Call Released!

Make The Call has made it’s way to the NOOK. This app lets you be the referee by seeing if you can make the correct call in various basketball situations. Gameplay consists of making a call through ten scenarios; the quicker you choose the answer, the more points you get! If you make the wrong call, the rule will be displayed so you can learn more about how basketball is played.

NOOK App : Make The Call

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Brush Up! Now Available

A new app has been created to help you learn art masterpieces. Brush Up! is a simple game: A blurry picture of the painting will appear on the screen and will slowly come in to focus. Once you think you know the artist’s name or the title of the painting, click on the image and choose the correct answer. After five paintings, the game is over and you’ll see how well you did. There are over 30 different paintings to learn. Get it now on the NOOK!

NOOK App : Brush Up!

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Pick Your Fate On The Nook!

After taking a bit of a break, greendroiddevs is back at it. We are bringing our apps to the NOOK store! Our two most popular apps are already available for purchase: Pick Your Fate Life of a Bounty Hunter and Pick Your Fate Corporate Espionage. We have also submitted a few new apps and will post an update on them when they make it through the approval process.

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Working with moz-headless-screenshot

For an upcoming project, we needed a program that would make a screenshot of a rendered webpage. It needed to work on a linux box not running a gui. That limited the options quite a bit. The solution was a nifty program called moz-headless-screenshot. Getting it to compile, however, turned out to be a bit of a challenge.

Following the directions in the Makefile located at http://blog.mozilla.com/ted/2010/07/29/moz-headless-screenshot/ worked very well up until step 6, make. Running make gave some nasty errors about libssl. Replacing this line in the Makefile

LIBS = `pkg-config –libs glib-2.0 gobject-2.0 cairo` -lm -ldl -L$(OBJDIR)/dist/lib -lnspr4 -lplds4 -lplc4 -lxul -lsqlite3 -lmozjs -lsoftokn3 -lnssutil3 -lnss3 $(OBJDIR)/embedding/browser/headless/src/libmozheadless.a

with this line

LIBS = `pkg-config –libs glib-2.0 gobject-2.0 cairo` -lm -ldl -L$(OBJDIR)/dist/lib -lnspr4 -lplc4 -lxul -lsqlite3 -lmozjs -lsoftokn3 $(OBJDIR)/embedding/browser/headless/src/libmozheadless.a

fixed those problems.

If you have errors before you even get to step number 6, double check and make sure you have the development libraries for building Mozilla installed.

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