Duerr and his team at Riverturn,
a technology consulting firm that also builds iPhone apps, have spent
the past five days trying to figure out the real reason why Apple
pulled their VoiceCentral Google Voice app from the App store and
whether there is any hope that the Apple will reconsider its decision.
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Regardless of who is
pulling the strings concerning the Google Voice debacle, developers,
iPhone owners, and even journalists are up in arms concerning arbitrary
pulling and blocking of iPhone apps.
Think of all the things you’ve always wanted to know how to do: fold
origami, set a formal dinner table, pick a lock…or maybe have sex in a
car? Amazingly enough, you can learn how to do all of these things—and
many more—with Howcast’s free iPhone app. This excellent freebie puts
an iPhone “wrapper” on the mind-blowing array of how-to video content
available on Howcast.com.
It could be in some form or other, if comments made by Adobe's Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch, prove to be true. According to
Lynch, a full-featured version of Flash for mobile devices will arrive
before year's end.
Of course, there are plenty of apps out there that limit
their accelerometer use--or ignore it completely--but who are we to
judge? It’s not like we spend our days trolling the App Store just so
we can boil down tens of thousands of games and utilities to 10 we think need improvement.
So, check out our list of 10 apps that we think need improvement.