You are being tracked. It is now no secret that on every level your cellphone is being used to compromise your privacy. Not only are the cellphone providers injecting tracking headers they have been selling off your location data to 3rd parties with lousy website security . We have no way to know how much of this data was archived, or who may have access to it. There is no way to ensure that it is all deleted.
The NASCAR Countdown app displays a countdown to the next NASCAR race, the name of the race and the television network carrying the race. On the flip side all of the races for the season are listed, and tapping on one of them will go to the nascar.com website for that track. The application now includes all of the Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck races. Requirements iPhone or iPod Release Notes v1.
Much to my surprise my 2 new iPhone apps were approved today. This must be a new record for the App Revew process -- according to the history the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) Countdown app started review at 11:26 AM and was approved at 15:08 (3h42m), the NASCAR Countdown version took slightly longer, from 9:23 to 16:42 (7h19m). I suppose the fact that these are dead-simple apps with only 2 views may have had something to do with the fast turn around.
The ALMS Countdown app displays a countdown to the next American Le Mans Series race, the name of the race and the television network carrying the race. On the flip side all of the races for the 2010 season are listed, and tapping on one of them will go to the website for that track. Requirements * iPhone or iPod Release Notes v1.0 Initial release Screenshots
I have made an iPhone version of my NASCAR Countdown Widget and submitted it to the App Store. The NASCAR Countdown app displays a countdown to the next race, the name of the race and the television network carrying the race. On the flip side all of the races for the 2010 season are listed, and tapping on one of them will go to the nascar.com website for that track.
After many minutes of redesign the new look of SharePics was ready to go. I re-packaged the app, captured new screenshots, and re-submitted it to the AppStore. 9 days later I received an email notifying me that my app was now available for sale in the App Store! Thanks to everyone who offered advice and design ideas after the crushing rejection last month. I couldn't have done it without you!
SharePics is a simple application that uses Bluetooth to share pictures between two iPhone or iPod Touch (2nd gen) devices. You can also take pictures using the app and share them immediately. There is no need for a wireless access point or even a 3G connection. You can select your pictures from the iPhone album, or take a new photo with the camera and send it to your friend.
So I got my first rejection from the App Store today. According to their email it was rejected because - we cannot post your application because it appears to include features that resemble Polariod photographs. Polaroid has previously objected to other applications that include features that resemble Polaroid photographs, and believes that such features infringe its rights. Say what? Now, I'm the first to admit that my icon is a bit simple.
Today is the Seattle iPhone developer talk event. I'm headed for the ferry in a few minutes and figured I would give the Wordpress iPhone app a try. I'll update this post as I have time today. Well, it was a long day! I used twitter a bit, but didn't have a chance for any longer updates here. Here are my impressions and short notes from the sessions I attended.