AT&T/Verizon iPhone App Incompatibility Rumor Started (And Burst)

Dozens or hundreds of developers may have had moments of panic late yesterday when a rumor began to spread that apps designed for AT&T’s iPhone might not work on Verizon’s version.  Fortunately, now that more people have been able to think the situation over, that doesn’t appear to be the case. James Kendrick claimed yesterday,… Continue reading AT&T/Verizon iPhone App Incompatibility Rumor Started (And Burst)

Verizon iPhone Announcement Bodes Well For Developers

Developers who specialize in apps for the iPhone appear to be in luck.  As some of the excitement about a new carrier and the personal hotspot feature dies down, everyone’s started to realize that the Verizon-iPhone announcement also means a whole new group of people will soon get the opportunity to begin using iPhone apps.… Continue reading Verizon iPhone Announcement Bodes Well For Developers

FreeAppADay Store Surpasses 1 Million Downloads

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 Pogo Games. “The launch of… Continue reading FreeAppADay Store Surpasses 1 Million Downloads

Apperian Launches EASE For Devs

Apperian has introduced the Enterprise App Service Environment (EASE) that allows enterprise developers to build, secure, and mange applications for the iPhone, iPad and other mobile devices. EASE helps enterprise developers build secure mobile applications that improve company productivity, while maintaining control for IT departments. With EASE, companies can focus on the development of business-focused… Continue reading Apperian Launches EASE For Devs