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Now there’s an iPhone app to pick your iPhone carrier

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Want a new iPhone, but not sure which U.S. carrier is best suited for your needs? Enter CarrierCompare, an iPhone app that uses real network tests in your location combined with crowdsourced data to help you choose the carrier that’s right for you. The app isn’t brand new as it...
Now there’s an iPhone app to pick your iPhone carrier

Google is allegedly trying to muscle app developers into using Google Wallet exclusively

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According to a report by Reuters, it appears that Google wants all of the apps on its Android Market Google Play platform to use its own payment system for in-app purchases. And by want, it reports that Google is nearly forcing developers to do so. Some developers that are using...
Google is allegedly trying to muscle app developers into using Google Wallet exclusively
Adobe Lightroom 4 arrives in the Mac App Store for $149.99
Amazon announces European Appstore, coming this summer

Amazon Appstore launching in UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain this summer

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Amazon officially confirmed this morning that it would be opening its Appstore to international users for the first time since launching in the U.S. last year. The countries included in the initial international rollout scheduled for “this summer” include: the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. Amazon is inviting developers...
Amazon Appstore launching in UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain this summer

Facebook’s Amended S-1 Exhibits Zynga Agreement Filed Last Year

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Facebook has just filed an amendment to its S-1 that exhibits the agreements between it and Zynga. These 2 developer agreement documents are the same as those filed in Zynga’s own S-1 amendment from last year and don’t include significant new information. The exhibits do spell out how Facebook has...
Facebook’s Amended S-1 Exhibits Zynga Agreement Filed Last Year

It’s About Time: Adobe Divests Itself From iPhone OS

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Adobe still plans to release its Flash CS5 development tools in support of Apple’s iPhone, but in a blog post, Adobe’s product manager for Flash, Mike Chambers, writes: “[W]e are not currently planning any additional investments in that feature.” I read that as Adobe finally throwing in the towel, acknowledging...
It’s About Time: Adobe Divests Itself From iPhone OS

Has Apple gone too far?

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By Joe Wilcox, Betanews Pundits are chattering about some, ah, aggressive moves by Apple with customers and partners over the last couple of weeks. Rather than opine on the subject, I'd like to ask you to do so. I'm looking to write a future post with Betanews reader reactions about...
Has Apple gone too far?

Adobe admits iPhone shutout is a threat, employee writes angry, angry blog post

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Adobe didn’t say much yesterday about a new Apple policy that could further block Adobe’s efforts to bring its Flash format to the iPhone. But the company was a more vocal today, both in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission and in a post written by a company...
Adobe admits iPhone shutout is a threat, employee writes angry, angry blog post

Is Apple Booting iAd's Competition from the iPhone?

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At the most recent Apple keynote, Steve Jobs announced Apple's upcoming advertising platform called iAd. Included as a part of the OS 4.0 update, the mobile operating system upgrade due out for iPhone this summer and iPad later this fall, the iAd system aims, in its very Apple-ly way, to...
Is Apple Booting iAd's Competition from the iPhone?

Apple antitrust probe prompted by Adobe complaint, may lead to iPhone developer policy change

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Yesterday, the FTC and the Department of Justice were reportedly readying an antitrust probe into Apple due to restrictive changes in its iPhone Developer Agreement. The changes banned the use of tools that convert apps built on other platforms into iPhone apps. Now we’re beginning to see more details leaking...
Apple antitrust probe prompted by Adobe complaint, may lead to iPhone developer policy change

Apple Makes Good On Steve Jobs' Promise, Invites Other Advertisers. But What About Google's AdMob?

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Last week, Steve Jobs promised that his iPhone and iPads would be open to outside ad networks. Yesterday Apple made good on his promise, by changing the terms of its developer agreement. But he may not have opened the door all the way. Backstory: Apple’s original license agreement, released in...
Apple Makes Good On Steve Jobs' Promise, Invites Other Advertisers. But What About Google's AdMob?

★ New iPhone Developer Agreement Bans the Use of Adobe’s Flash-to-iPhone Compiler

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Prior to today’s release of the iPhone OS 4 SDK, section 3.3.1 of the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement read, in its entirety: 3.3.1 — Applications may only use Documented APIs in the manner prescribed by Apple and must not use or call any private APIs. In the new version...
★ New iPhone Developer Agreement Bans the Use of Adobe’s Flash-to-iPhone Compiler

PhoneGap Still OK for iPhone App Development

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PhoneGap — a framework for writing App Store apps using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript — is apparently not in violation of Apple’s new Section 3.3.1 iPhone developer agreement terms.  ★ ...
PhoneGap Still OK for iPhone App Development

Is Apple Banning iPhone App Analytics?

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Developers are coming to terms with another change in the license agreement for iPhone OS 4  that will ban third-party analytics apps from reporting and tracking how users interact with applications on their Apple device.Fresh changes to Apple’s iPhone Developer Program License Agreement had previously restricted the use of cross-compiling...
Is Apple Banning iPhone App Analytics?
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