KADOKAWA's brand company Kadokawa Shoten has started offering 40 Haruhi Suzumiya-themed stamps on the smartphone communication app Line via its Stamp Shop since yesterday June 5. The set includes newly-drawn illustrations by Noizi Ito, the original illustrator of Nagaru Tanigawa's novel series. Check the details after the jump.
School Idol Festival, otherwise known as the LoveLive! mobile app, became the highest selling mobile app in iTunes App Store for iPad in Japan shortly before its overseas debut and just reached 3 million downloads in Japan on May 23rd. School Idol Festival is all about the LoveLive! that fans love and the first in-game event feature macarons! More after the jump!
A Japanese fashion brand has released a free camera app that makes fashionable Instagram-style photos with poetic lines and their logo so the users can create their own stylish photos to promote the brand. Unfortunately or otherwise depending on your view, Japanese users have turned the app into a sort of instant meme creator. See the images after the jump!
Japanese camera app developers have been producing so many camera apps that make you wonder why they even made them in the first place. but this one is definitely one of the most useless or least useful camera apps ever made. Egashira 2:50, a Japanese comedian famous for reckless physical action in black spandex is the feature of this camera app. Why? Who knows. More after the jump!
Nitroplus has released and updated a social networking client app called Super Sonico no Kuraiannto Apuri (Super Sonico's Client App) for iOS on August 14th. With this app, Sonico will be with you throughout your Twitter and Facebook experience with Sonico's design, voice and more. Watch the demo after the jump!
The developer of the Nenshou! fitness app originally created an app strictly focused on keeping motivation going by incorporating gal game elements and enjoyed the success of 50K downloads for the series. Now, the app will be available for girls/women using the same concept of incorporating otome game elements into a fitness app. More after the jump!
As previously reported, Shueisha will launch "Jump Live," a smartphone app to deliver exclusive contents by famous artists in this August. Some of the title lineup are announced today, which includes a Flash anime adaptation of Shuichi Aso's The Disaster of PSI Kusuo Saiki manga. Hit the jump for more information.
Today on July 1, Shonen Jump's official YouTube channel posted a short announcement video for its upcoming "Jump Live" smartphone app. The app which will deliver exclusive contents everyday is scheduled to be launched in Japan in August. Hit the jump for more details.