Doncaster, United Kingdom - TheHermonApps today is pleased to announce Guess That Flag 1.0, its new quiz and educational app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Like geography and quizzes? Then Guess That Flag is for you.
Ever come across a flag at a football, Rugby, Cricket, Baseball match, or on the news, in a film etc... and wondered which nation that flag belongs to?
Or find you some how seem to already know all the flags you see? Then Guess That Flag is the app for you.
Guess That flag comes with four game modes easy, medium, hard and expert. Also you can just browse through the flags (in great graphics) to see which flag belongs to which nation. Here's a break down of great features that sets Guess That Flag apart from other apps.
* Browse mode if you want to learn and educate yourself or your children in geography.
* Great graphic for each flag.
* Over 140 flags in the app
* 4 different difficult settings to help get you ready for expert mode.
* Hours of fun with friends and family with the biggest flag app there is.
* Free updates at least 3 times a year, to improve and make the app even bigger and better.
* Learn all the Nations flags for the olympic's and Football tournaments etc...
If you still are not convinced about Guess That Flag check out our free youtube video of the app.
Word of warning expert mode is extremely hard so don't jump straight into expert mode.
Pricing and Availability:
Guess That Flag 1.0 is now available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.
Located in Doncaster, England, TheHermonApps is a company founded by Craig Smart on 04/04/2012. With the aim to become one of the biggest iOS development companies in the UK, the company now offers 7 apps live in the app store with many more great apps under development. "We make the apps that you (the people) want." The company also make apps for business and looking for sponsors and market deals for all of our apps. We now review the very best apps hand pick by us. No more then 5 apps a day will be reviewed to make sure they recieve the maxim exposure. Copyright(C)