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Have you written an iPhone App? One thread to defy our Blatant Advertising rules.

 
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OK, here are the rules. You get one post in this thread for each app you release, and it can only be the name of your app, and a link to you website that you gave Apple, so that we can click the link and see a description of your app and what it does.

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p.s. Mine is in my signature.
 
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OK, I guess I am second. I just got the approval of my puzzle game called Paper Clips

http://sites.google.com/site/paperclipsfull/

There is a free lite version too.

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Paperclips is a cool little game. I just bought it and played it a bit. Good job Mark. We are submitting our iphone game this weekend so I'll update here when/if it is available. Unfortunately, I can't say much about it until then. Tonight, I'll submit a review for paperclips.
 
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I just got the approval of my puzzle game called Paper Clips

 
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TrainBeaser got approved today and is in the App Store.

http://www.wildbamboorocket.com/trainbeaser/index.html
 
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Gregg Bolinger wrote:TrainBeaser got approved today and is in the App Store.

http://www.wildbamboorocket.com/trainbeaser/index.html


Very Cool. I like the website, much better than mine looks. ;) Much more professional.

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Mark Spritzler wrote:
Gregg Bolinger wrote:TrainBeaser got approved today and is in the App Store.

http://www.wildbamboorocket.com/trainbeaser/index.html


Very Cool. I like the website, much better than mine looks. ;) Much more professional.

Mark


Thanks. We're working on a new web site that looks a bit more professional. Just going to take some time. We needed something to throw up there though.
 
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Gregg Bolinger wrote:
Mark Spritzler wrote:
Gregg Bolinger wrote:TrainBeaser got approved today and is in the App Store.

http://www.wildbamboorocket.com/trainbeaser/index.html


Very Cool. I like the website, much better than mine looks. ;) Much more professional.

Mark


Thanks. We're working on a new web site that looks a bit more professional. Just going to take some time. We needed something to throw up there though.


Bought it this weekend, but only got to play once so far, will leave a review.

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My 3rd/4th app has been approved.

It is called Foabia, or Fear of a Blank iPhone App, and it is a fan app for the band Porcupine Tree. From this app, you get the latest news, tour dates, and Youtube videos, as well as a discography, tracks, and lyrics of their songs. There are links to purchase tickets for upcoming shows through Ticketmaster, as well as links to iTunes to buy any of their CDs.

Here is the link to the app in iTunes

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=327190025&mt=8
 
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Can I show our web app?

Pocket Guide to World History

Apple recently listed our Pocket Guide to World History in their web app directory.

The "real" app is still in development.


 
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OK, I had another app approved. This is like my last app for the band Porcupine Tree.

This time the app is official. I contacted the band Spock's Beard and they gave me the go ahead, and it got approved today.

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Sorry Peter, the slide rule wasn't an iPhone app, so I removed that post.

This thread needs to be just iPhone apps.

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Mark Spritzler wrote:Sorry Peter, the slide rule wasn't an iPhone app, so I removed that post.

This thread needs to be just iPhone apps.

Mark


No problem. I thought webapps written specially for the iphone would be in the acceptable gray area:

Especially since Apple has listed it now:
Analog Scientific Calculator

Webapps being mainly Javascript...

Peter

 
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Peter Jennings wrote:
Mark Spritzler wrote:Sorry Peter, the slide rule wasn't an iPhone app, so I removed that post.

This thread needs to be just iPhone apps.

Mark


No problem. I thought webapps written specially for the iphone would be in the acceptable gray area:

Especially since Apple has listed it now:
Analog Scientific Calculator

Webapps being mainly Javascript...

Peter



Yeah, but your previous post was just directly to the website and not the listing in Apple. I can keep the link to www.apple.com for an iPhone web app. then they can figure out it is a web app from there.

Thanks Peter

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Did any one make any money on any of your apps? Just curious...

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