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One Juicer is an online application by Two Toasters LLC that enables you to keep an eye out for competing iPhone apps on the App Store. You specify some keywords, provide your e-mail, and you’ll be notified when apps matching those keywords come on to the store. For example, if you have a “guitar” application, […]
Posting to the Developer’s Corner about your Application is fairly easy. All that is required is to select the Create Content option in the Right Side menu bar, and select the Developer’s Corner Document option.
Then fill out the following form and your post will be immediately available in both the developers corner and showcased on the front page of What’s On iPhone.
By: John Ellis
We received some terrific application reviews from readers which we’ll have the pleasure of sharing with you tomorrow.
The iPhone Survival kit goes to our reader… "ssschmidt" for his excellent review of the superb app Shazam.
Stephen will be receiving an Etymotic hf2 headset, his choice of iPhone case from Sena Cases and a collection of more than two dozen applications.
Our thanks to everyone who entered and a huge thank you to our friends at Etymotic and Sena for providing such fantastic prizes in our end of 2008 contest.
As 2008 comes to a close, we wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your readership and support during whatsoniphone’s first six months.
Dimitri, Ron, and I, first conceived of this website sometime before the opening of the App Store. We assumed that if Apple were to create an easy to use system for the distribution of iPhone and iPod Touch applications there would be a flood of creativity in the development world resulting in a wave of applications the scope of which has never before been seen.
From the countless hours initially designing the site, to the weeklong marathon to populate the site with the initial 500 applications, whatsoniphone has been a labor of love.
In the first six months, we have posted over 500 blog posts, ranging from news and tips to application updates and sales. We reviewed hundreds of applications (which we hope have been helpful in deciding which were worth buying.) and we’ve had a great time doing it.
The site, however, is nothing without you, our readers and we wanted to take this opportunity to thank you.
Among the initial goals when first starting What’s On iPhone this past June was the hope that the site would quickly become a helpful resource for everyone. To that end, we wanted to let you know about some of the new things you be seeing on the site.
We’ve had a great time over the past week and a half sharing some of our favorite applications with you.
As a site dedicated to iPhone/Touch end-users and to the independent developers working hard to tap into the potential of these wonder devices, we couldn’t think of a better way to bring 2008 to a close (and to publicly recognize superb applications) than to give all of you opportunities to try out some things you might otherwise not have experienced.
We didn’t plan on the contest/giveaway being as large as it has been, but the overwhelming response and generosity of so many developers transformed it into something that has never before been seen on an iPhone application site.
Dozens upon dozens of promotional codes have been distributed because of the many developers choosing to participate and we wanted to take this opportunity to publicly thank them for their support and to encourage you —
If you like any of the applications you have seen during our giveaway please leave feedback on the App’s iTunes page as well as here on WOiP. Developers have not only worked hard to create some superb applications, but they have also been kind enough to provide the promotional codes we have been giving away! They deserve our support, our encouragement, and our thanks.
Special thanks go to the good people at Etymotic, Sena and Jott for their generosity. We’ve got great things planned for 2009 and later today we’ll share some of them.
To celebrate the new year, a group of independent iPhone application developers have joined forces to bring some great iPhone and iPod Touch apps to you at substantially reduced prices.
These applications will be discounted heavily for at least 48 hours from Dec 31st to Jan 1st- so act fast to get these deals!
A complete list, and direct links to the App Store after the break.
(Please note, prices are based on current information, please always double check before purchasing.)
Among the apps available…
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