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Nickelodeon reaches 4.5m iTunes app downloads, ships new apps

For the kids, Nickelodeon today announced the availability of new apps for the iPhone and iPod touch based on some of its most popular television properties and proprietary websites.

“iCarly: Sam’s Remote” and “Go, Diego, Go: Musical Missions” join recently launched Nickelodeon apps including “SpongeBob Tickler”, “SpongeBob Jellyfish Jam”, AddictingGames “The World’s Hardest Game” and “iParkIt”, “Shockwave Daily Jigsaw to Go” and “Dora Saves the Crystal Kingdom.” 

The company also confirmed it has experienced 4.5 million downloads of its apps worldwide since the launch of its first app in February 2009.

New app “iCarly: Sam’s Remote” allows users to turn their iPhone or iPod touch into Sam’s remote, and includes iconic sound effects from the show like Sam’s insults voiced by Jennette McCurdy animations and more. 

In “Go, Diego, Go: Musical Missions”, users can play along with Diego as he uses music to rescue the shy animals of the world. 

The new Nickelodeon apps are available for $1.99 each from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch.

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