Apple App Store's inconsistency in applying selection policies
posted by PhoneArena Team / Oct 01, 2008, 11:45 AM
What makes this worse is that after a month or so of (ignoring) such criticism, Apple has actively tried to muffle it's critics via legal means - by sending "remainders" about it's developer's NDAs.
Expecting a closed ecosystem operated for profit to have fair and consistent rules may be somewhat naive, but the extent to which developer discontent has crystallized might actually cause Apple some discomfort. While the App Store has made it somewhat easier to acquire software for the iPhone than for any other smart phone - the Android Market is coming soon and could become a serious alternative to the App Store.
sources: Arstechnica and Tech Crunch
so much for the almighty i phone i rather not have a phone that is controled by CRAPPLE.
posted on Oct 20, 2010, 1:42 AM 0
why so serious~~~its just business~~:)~~jailbreak it then get all u want from installer~~
posted on Oct 01, 2008, 4:28 PM 0
The iphone is a toy for kids who are dumb enough to spend money on worthless shit. Why not let everything be available? Their reps in stores are trained to try to convince people to switch from PC to Mac by lieing and saying that they have an open platform that ANYONE can develop for and that there is no reason you should not buy a Mac.
posted on Oct 02, 2008, 11:28 PM 0
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