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1. Yahoo Announces Winners of SearchMonkey Developer Challenge, 2. Apple: 1 Million iPhones Sold, 10 Million App Store Downloads
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Scott Webster of AndroidGuys**** explains how Google Android developers are antsy to continue developing for the mobile platform after the iPhone's App Store success.
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This is the 3rd tutorial in the getting started with iPhone Development series on ManiacDev.Com devoted to App Store development. In this tutorial I go through some source code line by line explaining what everything does.
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App Advice Daily is your ultimate source for iPhone News, Reviews, and Application information. On today's Appisode: Check out magic mouse for the iPhone, the CES rumors have begun, and Final Fantasy is coming to the App Store.
App Advice Daily is your ultimate source for iPhone News, Reviews, and Application information. On today's Appisode: The App Store hits 3 billion, iSlate rumors overshadow CES, and we have some fun apps for printing your photos.
Super Sunday is upon us! Annie previews a app that lets you rate Super Bowl commercials as they air. Plus: a Google app store in the works, and Wordpress comes to Android.
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Style Expert Alison Deyette shows off TheFind mobile application as she looks for the best deals in Los Angeles.
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BY MAURICE SCARBOROUGH
ANCHOR EMILY SPAIN
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Software giant Apple has announced the launch of a subscription service for content-based apps in its app store. While this may sound like a good plan on the surface, the announcement is receiving backlash for some of its finer points.
We’re analyzing coverage from Apple, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and ZDNet.
Apple’s latest move will streamline in-app content, eliminating individual purchases in exchange for a flat rate subscription price set by publishers. And as the company explains, it’s doing all this to ensure it gets a cut.
“Our philosophy is simple—when Apple brings a new subscriber to the app, Apple earns a 30 percent share; when the publisher brings an existing or new subscriber to the app, the publisher keeps 100 percent and Apple earns nothing,”
Sounds pretty good right? That’s what one writer for the Atlantic said too; until he dug a little deeper into Apple’s new plan.
“...there are a couple of problems here. Developers are explicitly prohibited from routing customers around the system from within the application and publishers are unable to offer better deals outside of the App Store.”
Apple will also handle all billing information -- giving users the choice to share or withhold personal information with publishers. This could effectively undercut a publisher’s ability to sell other subscriptions. A writer for the Washington Post describes this as Apple’s latest attempt to strong-arm content providers.
“Essentially, Apple proposes to annex a developer’s subscription business--then charge that firm 30 percent for the privilege. That 30 percent figure is the same share Apple keeps from sales of applications. There, it provides valuable hosting services, copious bandwidth and one-click installation and updates. But in providing subscription billing, Apple will do little more than run a cash register.”
And a ZDNet writer explains why Apple’s latest move not only angers him, but has influenced him to finally sell his iPad.
“I like good software, services and subscription content and enjoy rewarding the companies that produce them with my subscription cash. I have a real problem with a company that is simply providing another vehicle for that content to take such a healthy cut, and deny alternate methods of selling the content to the providers.”
Apple cut a similar deal with News Corp for its iPad exclusive publication “The Daily” in early February. So what do you think of Apple’s new subscription service? Sound off in our comments section.
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"Suggestion Box" is an iphone app to generate creative suggestions for improvisers and drama students. The video highlights the ability to collect strings of suggestions into a pool, and to edit the suggestion lists to add your own personalised suggestions to suit your audience. For more info goto *******solubleapps****/suggestion-box or the App Store on www.itunes****/apps/suggestionbox
In only a few short weeks a colorful, cute, and addictive game named Tiny Wings has rocketed to the top of the iTunes App Store.
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Move over Apple. The Android Marketplace now has the highest number of free apps available for download - according to the Dutch app analytics company Distimo.
According to the study, Apple’s iPhone still has more total apps, but Android has 10,000 more free apps available. In March, Android’s Marketplace grew 16%, while Apple’s App Store grew only 6%.
CBS’ Business Network says it’s obvious why the Marketplace is growing so quickly.
“If you think about the adoption growth rate that has propelled Android, this makes sense. More customers mean more developer interest. More developer interest begets more apps, which help draw more customers.”
But a blogger at IntoMobile brings up the age old question - does quantity mean quality?
“Free apps are great and all, but they don’t always equate to quality; do you guys think a bigger number of free apps will be a real attraction to phone shoppers, or are the real quality apps made by developers who get paid well?”
And Phones Review cites a previous report claiming most developers still prefer Apple.
“... [W]e have already seen a previous report that says developers are more inclined to develop for iOS than Android, so this new report should for now at least be taken with a pinch of salt.”
But a blogger for Zmarter thinks previous notions about Android are changing fast
“While Google’s Android Marketplace in the past often elicited giggles and guffaws when compared to Apple’s App Store, the Android app alternative needs to be taken more seriously.”
If the stores continue growing at these same rates, Android will overtake Apple in as little as five months. But the study also says, the market is always changing.
CNET: “Distimo notes that any growth estimates are gauged on the past three months of activity across the ecosystem, which ‘could easily accelerate or slow down.’”
We’ve all heard Apple’s “there’s an app for that” slogan, but what’s Android’s catchphrase? Geek**** thinks if Android really wants to compete, it needs to get the word out.
“Now if Google would just get a sexy ad campaign together so people watching TV had some idea that someone else offered thousands of cool apps for mobile devices…”
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