Month: December 2008

CAN’s App Predictions for 2009 [News]

As we come to the end of 2008 we bring your our app predictions for 2009. So may take a little longer but nevertheless a good overview of things to come in the app world in 2009. As it’s also the last day of 2008 today we wish you a wonderful day, great fun tonight and lots […]

10 Most Creative iPhone Apps of 2008 [iPhone]

Since the launch of AppStore earlier this year we have seen an incredible amount of apps released for the iPhone. Keeping an eye on all these apps is proving increasingly difficult with about 150 updates/releases/price changes ever day. Appstore now counts around 10,000 apps which is phenomenal for a store only few months old. Besides the ever so popular fart/pull […]


Auditorium [Flash]

Auditorium is a flash based musical game where using the flow of audio visual particles you create create sound or to be more exact, a composition. The goal of Auditorium is to guide your particle flow into the various audio containers. As you fill these containers, you will energize them, giving them enough energy so they begin […]


A Different Twitter [WebApps]

It could be said that Twitter API and the simplicity of the platform has made Twitter the great social platform it is today. It’s a great example that to create a successful social platform is not necessarily about the features but how agile the platform is for it’s users. Whilst there are many different uses to twitter, […]


Jaadu VNC [iPhone]

Using VNC protocol Jaadu allows you to access your computer from anywhere using your iPhone/iPod Touch. With its intuitive touchpad-like interface, Jaadu gives you full control of your computer’s mouse and keyboard, and provides a rich visual display of your computer screens, without any screen resolution limit. We purchased Jaadu back in september, working on Open Tables […]


Merry Christmas from CAN [News]

As 2008 draws to a close, we would like to we wish you wonderful time with family, friends and loved ones this christmas. Launched only in October this year, CAN has attracted great visitors with numbers doubling every month. It is exciting to see that what we love you enjoy reading too. CAN is about […]


Pixel Shifter [Processing]

In line with our current Weewar contest, we bring you Pixel Shifter. Created using Processing, it’s a visual pixel extravaganza created by a simple square trail. Gotta love happy accidents. How to use: Open Processing, copy and paste the source code and have a play. You can find more projects on the site so make […]


Thank You to CAN’s Sponsors [News]

As we come to the end of 2008 we would like to thank our loving sponsors for enabling us to create such great content for our readers. Why Advertise on CreativeApplications.Net? CAN is always seeking site sponsors for our small but diverse audience — social media users, game lovers, iphone users, creatives, developers, bloggers, and […]


Weewar Mini Contest [News]

It’s christmas time and what better way to celebrate then to give away things for free. You probably noticed the sheer amount of promo codes for the iPhone apps we announced in our AppSubs section. This is slightly different. We are launching a mini contest to win 3 x 3 Months free Pro subscriptions to the award […]


Rotorumpus [iPhone]

Rotorumpus is a 3D puzzler where you navigate a three dimensional environment to join a “package” with “dispenser port” box. You can only move objects in straight lines, ie horizontally and vertically, repositioning your package box to finally reach the dispenser. Double tapping onto a nearby illuminated box in grid alignment will reposition your package whilst at the […]


Moodstats [Mac, Windows]

Released in 2003 and built using Director, Moodstats is an application that allows you to quickly record & rate how your day has been in six different categories. Using multi-colored graphs & statistics you can see how exactly your moods have been over the last week, month, two months, six months or year. It is a form […]


TiltShift [iPhone]

TiltShift is an application for the iPhone that lets you turn photo scenes into a miniature world by simulating a tilt-shift lens that tricks your mind into viewing a photo as a miniature scene like a model. Tilt-shift photography refers to the use of camera movements on small- and medium format cameras. In many cases, it refers to tilting the lens relative to the image […]