Re: "App Store" for iPhone...where the freeware should have been.
On Mar 7, 12:09*am, Tim Smith <reply_in_gr...@mouse-potato.com> wrote:
> In article <Xns9A59D96EBBBF4noonehome...@22.214.171.124>,
> *Larry <no...@home.com> wrote:
> > The keyword is "Store".....as in pay, pay, pay....
> I've only been reading this group a few months, so I'm curious. *Has
> Larry *ever* gotten anything right the first time?
> --Tim Smith
I am convinced that it is the coffee Larry drinks at Waffle House that
makes for such mental excursions into fantasy.
BTW I have a single free iPhone app that knocks the socks off people
who look at the iPhone in the game category. It is part of the open
source iPhysics package called iPinBall. That game not only reproduces
the feel of a pinball machine with voice, sound and action but with
more fidelity and smoothness than a similar one on a high end PC.There
is nothing like it on any other cell phone.
The whole iPhysics package for the iPhone is rather addictive.
Did you notice that Apple is OK with VOIP over WiFi but not cellular.
Apple will support VOIP on the iPhone in 2.0 if people want to write
apps using VOIP?