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As the number of wireless handsets running Google's Android operating system continues to climb, analysts and cell phone watchers are growing more bullish on the prospect of the search giant cracking the code for a viable iPhone competitor. But one key cohort in the mobile phone ecosystem is getting nervous: application developers.

Link: www.dailyfinance.com/(…)too-many-androids-variety-o…

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Who was that someone shouting loud that only Jailbreaking makes iPhone insecure?  We now have a new App that makes even an UnModified/Virgin iPhone leak personal data like you have never seen before.

Link: www.taranfx.com/(…)spyphone-app-steals-personal-dat…

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The impassioned pleas of one developer e-mailed to Steve Jobs resulted in a quick reversal of his app's rejection. The launch of the app today is the first known approved app that can stream live video directly from one iPhone to another, and the first approval for an app with known use of private APIs. [...]

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)steve-jobs-intervenes-approves-k…

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Perhaps the most-hyped music service coming out of Europe is making its way to American shores early next year. Spotify's desktop software lets users stream from a massive catalog of music for free.

Link: latimesblogs.latimes.com/(…)spotify-us-release.html…

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Apple SVP Phil Schiller is back in the press attempting to defend Apple's need to act as gatekeeper for the iPhone App Store. However, his comments seem more like spin and less like actual improvement.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)schillers-spin-on-app-store-issu…

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Hailed as the first true DJ MP3 iPhone / iPod touch app in the world, Amidio's $19.99 Touch DJ program (available now) enables users to independently manipulate two MP3 or M4A files, including scratching, looping, positioning, equalization, effects and pitching.

Link: www.engadget.com/(…)amidios-touch-dj-app-stuffs-a-t…

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Twitter service Seesmic expands from the desktop with two new apps for Google Android and BlackBerry phones.

Link: www.cnet.com/8301-19736_1-10402843-251.html?tag=digg2

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The app, made to tell you if you're hot or hideous, uses Fibonacci's Golden Ratio to rate your attractiveness. The Golden Ratio maintains that the more symmetrical your face is, the better looking you are. No need to break out the measuring tape! The "Fit or Fugly" app will do the calculations for

Link: www.huffingtonpost.com/(…)fit-or-fugly-app-rates-yo…

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Hot-selling mobile apps have earned some independent programmers hundreds of thousands of dollars. But one of the greatest risks of developing apps for a platform controlled by a large corporation, such as Google or Apple, is that you can easily get crushed.

Link: www.wired.com/epicenter/2009/11/appstores/

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Continued issues with the App Store approval process are prompting developers to shun the platform entirely. Though there are tens of thousands of other developers pumping out over 100,000 iPhone apps, will continued migration away from iPhone development result in less quality software for the platform? Worse yet, will users even care?

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)respected-developers-fleeing-fro…

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Joe Hewitt, the developer of the Facebook iPhone app, has flipped the script and rejected the App Store. And, as you'd expect, our man is not mincing his words, stating that his "decision to stop iPhone development has had everything to do with Apple's policies," and that he's "philosophically opposed to the existence of their review process."

Link: www.engadget.com/(…)facebook-app-developer-rejects-…

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You'll soon be able to pick up the awesomely-titled Bible Navigator X on Xbox Live Indie Games. Sure, developer B&H could have opted to choose a more modest title like Bible Navigator 360 or plain ol' Bible Navigator -- but this app is meant for the kids.

Link: www.joystiq.com/(…)extreme-bible-reading-app-coming…

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Most of us are probably wondering just how the App Store grows so fast in such a short period of time.  Well, here’s one answer for you.  Break up the app content into tens of different pieces.

Link: www.theappsmachine.com/(…)this-is-why-there-are-100…

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Apple Wednesday announced that more than 100,000 applications are now available on its App Store for the iPhone and iPod touch, crossing the milestone less than a year and a half after its debut.

Link: www.appleinsider.com/(…)apple_announces_app_store_o…

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The iPhone App Store's arbitrary and inconsistent approval process continues to baffle and annoy on every level, as Macworld Editor-in-Chief Jason Snell just had his iPhone book rejected... for using the word "iPhone" in the title.

Link: www.engadget.com/(…)apple-rejects-macworld-iphone-s…

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Long-haul airline Virgin Atlantic Airways has launched an iPhone application, or app, for its Flying Without Fear course so that anxious passengers can read up before they take to the skies.

Link: www.dailymail.co.uk/(…)Richard-Bransons-Virgin-Atla…

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Users take photos of receipts with their iPhone and the image is then automatically sent to Shoeboxed to be digitally archived and and categorized for expense tracking, reimbursements and deduction claims. A computer takes down the date, vendor name, amount, payment type and IRS tax category before filing away the electronic copies.

Link: www.walletpop.com/(…)if-george-costanza-had-an-ipho…

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Currently, the service shows around 93,000 applications are actually available on the App Store at this moment. Many predict the 200,000 mark will be in sight early/mid next year, with 250,000 apps by the end of 2010

Link: thenextweb.com/(…)apple-app-store-breaks-100000-app…

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The easiest way to get apps.1. Pick the apps you want.2. Start your customized installer.3. You're done!

Link: ninite.com

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Apple on Thursday made a subtle yet major revision to its App Store policy, enabling extra content to be sold through free iPhone apps. It’s a move that immediately impacts the publishing industry, and it could pay even bigger dividends if the Cupertino company indeed delivers its highly anticipated touchscreen tablet.

Link: www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/10/tablet-print-2/

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iPhone owners can now purchase extra content through free iPhone apps, whereas before in-app purchasing was only available in apps that cost money. Apple on Thursday sent e-mails to developers stating in-app purchases are now permitted in free apps.

Link: www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/10/in-app-commerce/

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