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Amazon Reaches Out To iOS Developers

March 29, 2011 Doug Caverly

A new opportunity may be on the way for iOS developers whose apps aren’t exactly on the cutting edge with respect to graphics.  Reports indicate that Amazon is trying to convince some developers to port their apps to the Kindle. Daniel Eran Dilger wrote yesterday afternoon, “Henri Hansen, the developer […]

How to Reformat Your Apple iPad

March 24, 2011 Dave Taylor

Just bought a new Apple iPad 2 and want to prep your old iPad 1 for resale? You might be lucky and sell it to a relative (or be really nice and give it to them, for that matter), in which case it isn’t a crisis if some of your […]

OfferMobi Launches App Discovery Network

February 24, 2011 Mike Sachoff

OfferMobi, a performance marketing network for mobile ad campaigns, has launched its Beta App Discovery Network. The Beta is open for developers to register today for 50 free installs of their iPhone and iPad apps.  OfferMobi is also adding Android support later this quarter. OfferMobi says its App Discovery Network […]

How To Password Protect And Secure Your iPad

February 10, 2011 Dave Taylor

My kids keep sneaking my iPad and playing games on it without my permission. I know, I know, it’s a parenting issue, not a technology issue, but I just feel that if in addition to talking with them about honesty, trust and honor, if I can add a password to […]

AppsFire Provides Encouraging Info On iOS App Trends

January 28, 2011 Doug Caverly

iPhone developers who live in fear of smartphone owners satisfying all their gaming/review-finding/weather-checking needs elsewhere may not have all that much to worry about.  Yesterday, AppsFire released data concerning iOS apps and Web apps, and it looks like native apps are popular by a huge margin. A disclaimer: since these […]

FreeAppADay Store Surpasses 1 Million Downloads

January 4, 2011 Mike Sachoff

iPhone discovery platform FreeAppADay.com released its “FreeAppADay Store” application over the Christmas week and reached 1.5 million downloads since its debut. Since January 2009, the platform has promoted hundreds of Free and Paid applications from iPhone application developers ranging from Capcom’s Smurfs and Disney’s Tron to EA Mobile’s Scrabble and […]

Apple Opens Its Application Development Policy

December 17, 2010 Brajeshwar Oinam

There has lately been enough pressure from three corners of the technology world on Apple, which has coerced it to change its policy control over the development of applications for its iPhones and iPads. At one corner of the ring is the developers’ community which has been highly dissatisfied with […]

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