[prMac.com] Louisville, Kentucky – Sugar Coded Apps, makers of Crochet Decoder, Military Time Converter, The Newbery App and over 20 other popular iOS apps, has unveiled its newest creation and newest major web app project, iDis Shuffle. iDis Shuffle is a fun & easy to use web app that generates one of thousands of Disney related Wikipedia pages at random.
Whimsically designed to look like a Mickey shaped iPod Shuffle, simply push the play button to get a new & random Disney Wikipedia page to read. It couldn’t be more fun, simple or addicting. It’s basically like Stumble Upon for Disney fans. There are literally thousands of articles on Wikipedia specifically about Disney topics or are Disney related. Whether it be theme parks, movies, animated characters, actors, artists, & more. iDis Shuffle collects all the Disney themed or related content into one free web app & dispenses the magic at random.
The iDis Shuffle project will also include a blog where certain Disney related Wikipedia articles of note will be highlighted. All in all fans of Disney culture will never be without something new to read & are pretty much guaranteed to learn something new on every visit. It’s certain to be a regular visit for ‘fans of the mouse’ to get their daily dose of magic.
iDis shuffle is a free web app designed with Sugar Coded Apps’ mobile first mentality and works great on all smartphones, tablets, & modern browsers.Sugar Coded Apps
Sugar Coded Apps is based in Louisville, Kentucky and specializes in the creation of lifestyle utility apps that turn niche information into simple, fun, and useful iPhone and Pad apps. Since the release of our first iPhone app on November 1, 2010 the company has strived to create interesting, useful, and fun apps which have been downloaded over 500,000 times in over 25 countries worldwide through the iTunes App Store. Several of their apps have been featured by Apple on the App Store, popular blogs, relevant websites throughout the world. Copyright (C) 2016 Sugar Coded Apps. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.