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July 2015

February 2015


The first fully synchronized enhancing flash for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone. Small, powerful, multifunctional.

Alto's Adventure

An endless snowboarding odyssey

January 2015

XXIIVV ∴ Oquonie

Oquonie is a iOS puzzle game for iPad and iPhone created in collaboration with illustrator Rekka Bellum where you must find your way across an intertwined megastructure. You will not be alone, your incarnations will have the help of bizaroid characters speaking an obscure language.


Wire stands for great conversations. We build simple tools to communicate with text, voice, pictures, music and video — all beautifully woven together on phone, tablet and desktop.

Lush | The drink mixing app for iOS

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A Simple and Beautiful Drink Mixing App

December 2014


unlock your Mac without a password using your iPhone

November 2014

Cucalu | It's Not an App

Cucalu is an interactive game on your smartphone. With Cucalu, you look for shapes in your environment. The second challenge is to not look on your phone. The game is the brainchild of artist Daniel Disselkoen.


Recho lets you record sounds and tie them to the place they were recorded. Everyone who has the app can find your sounds - when they are listening in the right place.


HearUsHere is an augmented audio platform for iPhone and Android. It uses GPS coordinates to place sounds and an adjustable radius towards every sounds to change volume when you are within the radius of the sound.

July 2014

Thomas Was Alone

Guidez un groupe de rectangles au travers d'un série d'obstacles, en faisant usage de leurs différents talents ensemble pour arriver à la fin de chaque environnement.

The Early Edition

Wake up informed and entertained by listening to the news, weather, trivia and music in your own personalized audio stream, read out by AI voices from the future. The Early Edition is much more than an alarm. It's a beautiful, new way to wake up.

June 2014

NYT Now from The New York Times

A faster way to get caught up on the news, NYT Now includes the top stories from The New York Times, handpicked and summarized by our editors. Available for iPhone® and on

Phrenic – Mike Vogel

Phrenic is a thriller you watch, read, and play. It’s got episodes, an iOS app, Choose Your Own Adventure stories, short fiction, interactive websites, and we’re even making a Phrenic movie. It all takes place in a world of cloning, nanotechnology, madness, and murder.

It’s an Nth Thing | Nth Screen

Second screen? Third screen? Matter 2 Media’s CMA (Chief Media Algebraist) Tim Kindberg didn’t think we should stop there. Why not any number and type of devices? And not just their screens but their speakers as well…

May 2014

20 Day Stranger

20 Day Stranger is an iPhone app that reveals intimate, shared connections between two anonymous individuals. It's a mobile experience that exchanges one person's experience of the world with another's, while preserving anonymity on both sides. For 20 days, you and a stranger will experience the world in your own way, together. You'll never know who it is or exactly where they are, but we hope it will reveal enough about someone to build your imagination of their life... and more broadly, the imagination of strangers everywhere.

April 2014

State of Syn

STATE OF SYN is an eight x five-minute 3D-enabled science-fiction motion novel for web, smartphone and tablet devices with an interactive companion game for iOS and Android devices. Combining live-action photography with animation, and beautifully designed hyper-real digital backgrounds, STATE OF SYN integrates traditional sci-fi storytelling with an immersive and highly original digital experience.

March 2014

Loopy, the live looper app for iPhone and iPad

Create music by layering looped recordings of singing, beatboxing, or playing an instrument with a savvy, sophisticated, tactile looper.

Cloak - Incognito mode for real life

Avoid exes, co-workers, that guy who likes to stop and chat— anyone you'd rather not run into.

Waterlogue 1.0 | | John Balestrieri

We’ve all used software that promises to turn our photos into beautiful works of art. But let’s be real: they all suck. Waterlogue doesn’t. This novel iPhone app does more than turn smartphone pics into passable paintings. It actually conjures up some truly impressive ones.

February 2014


Protect your private conversations with Seecrypt Mobile - a new software-only communications app and service which allows you to make and receive unlimited, secure voice calls and text messages between Seecrypt Mobile-enabled devices, anywhere in the world.

Reporter for iPhone

Reporter is a new application for understanding the things you care about. With a few randomly timed surveys each day, Reporter can illuminate aspects of your life that might be otherwise unmeasurable.

January 2014


Unique wooden accessories for iPhone and iPad


To empower mobile picture takers with the best lenses in the world.