Appolicious – In today’s App Industry Roundup, we look at why certain apps are rejected by the iTunes App Store. We also share how you can turn your old model iPhone into an Android-enabled device, and look at media ethics in the 21st century in light of Gizmodo “lost iPhone” scoop.
Appolicious – The question about this week’s free iPhone apps list isn’t which ones you will want, but how many you have room for on your iPhone.
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Simpsons Arcade, The Onion, and the week’s best free iPhone apps
Appolicious – Oprah is now officially mobile. The release of her mobile apps today span the gamut of major platforms – including titles for the iPhone, BlackBerry, Palm and Android. It’s a hefty and widespread release, with ambitions of reaching every consumer on every smart phone. Given Oprah’s latest moves towards extending her brand with an evening show, the empire that already covers print, film, television and social media can claim the mobile industry as well.
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Oprah goes mobile with iPhone, Android and BlackBerry apps
App Industry Roundup: Barnes & Noble coming to the iPad, Lonely Planet iPhone sale a hit, and the world’s oldest iPad enthusiast (Appolicious)
Appolicious – In today’s App Industry Roundup, we explain why new updates to the Barnes & Noble Nook eReader are really just appetizers for the bookstore’s upcoming iPad app. We also shed light on why three million users make for a less lonely planet, and showcase a 99-year-old iPad aficionado that lives for her next app download.