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iTunes App Store: 3 billion downloads in 18 months

Apple has announced that the iTunes App Store had 3 billion downloads after 18 months of opening the App Store. The App Store had 1 billion downloads in April 2009 then 2 billion in September 2009. From Apple’s press release: “Three billion applications downloaded in less than 18 months—this is like nothing we’ve ever seen before,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s ...

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My favorite iPhone apps in 2009

After over a year of using iPhone apps (and almost a year of using an iPhone 3G). Here is a list of my top iPhone applications that I will continue to use in 2010: 1Password Pro: password manager and data vault. Syncs with the Mac version of 1Password. Byline: a Google reader client, supports caching as well. BeejiveIM: an excellent ...

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There’s an App for That

I was talking to a friend the other day about iPhone (iPod touch) applications that I like to always keep on my iPhone since I use them a lot, being one who downloads a couple of new apps almost every single day, my iPhone contains on average between 70 to 90 apps at any given time. So I thought of ...

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One year of iTunes App Store

The Apple iTunes App Store turns 1 today. It’s been almost a year since Apple introduced the iTunes App Store and they have over 50,000 applications and over 1 billion downloads. Apple is having a promotion on the iTunes App Store to celebrate the anniversary which will be on July 11th 2009.

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One Billion App Store Downloads

After nine months of the release of the iTunes App Store one billion apps has been downloaded. The one billionth app was Bump, a free contact information swapping app. The person who downloaded the billionth app (and won a few prizes from Apple) was a 13-year-old Connor Mulcahey.

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To be a Saudi iPhone Developer You Will Need a Fax Machine

To be an iPhone developer in a country without an Apple Online Store then you will need a fax machine.

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Enable Emoji on your iPhone before Apple removes them

According to iPhone Alley, Apple will be removing any iPhone application that enables the Japanese Emoji smilies. This will not remove Emoji from those who already enabled it on their iPhones. There is no reason for Apple to remove it so I would probably guess that the Japanese telecos asked Apple to remove it for some reason. To enable Emoji ...

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iPhone 3G released in Egypt, without Arabic, disabled GPS and no Egypt App Store

The iPhone 3G is now available in Egypt. It is sold by Vodafone and mobinil. The iPhone 3G will cost the same from both carriers: 3800 EGP (2,615 SR/$698) for the 8GB model and 4450 EGP (3,065 SR/$817) for the 16GB model. And there is no subsidized price! There are a few problems with this release: Banned GPS GPS is ...

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App Store deals of the week

Many good deals on the iTunes App Store for popular iPhone/iPod Touch applications. The deals are: Trism (was $4.99 now $2.99) Band (was $5.99 now $1.99) Pianist (was $5.99 now $1.99) Guitarist (was $5.99 now $2.99) Via TUAW.

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Lacking major Saudi cities, iPray for the iPhone and iPod Touch is released

GuidedWays released version 2.0 of their Islamic Prayer calendering software iPray. iPray 1 was available for the version 1.0.x of jailbroken iPhone and iPod Touch devices. One thing to note about that program is that only a handful of Saudi Arabia cities were included in the program, ignoring major cities such as the capital ( Riyadh ) and Jeddah and ...

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