The app, released by Azure Talon Software, is a jokes database that pulls content from online sources. The end result is a new joke every time you open the app, or hit the easy-to-spot refresh button in the upper right-hand corner of the iPhone’s screen. Only one server is currently available to draw content from, but the developer promises at least two new sources in future updates.
Part of iLaugh’s appeal is its simplicity and ease of use. The app has a grand total of two screens, the first being the main display and the other being a source selection screen. The main screen consists of a top bar with the App’s name and the refresh button, while the bulk of the display is taken up by the content window, which shows the jokes. There is no bottom menu bar, just a small “i” button which flips the screen, taking you to the server selection page. Graphics and palette choices show a keen eye for design, making the app a pleasure to use and the content easy to read.
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Posted by Baktou at 2:10 PM