The KaChing Button iPhone Application Gives Away up to $1000 each day in Sweepstakes
Folks, just received this from Social Media guru, fellow app developer and Digital Future CEO Joel Comm that Apple has now made it possible for developers to include in app contests and sweepstakes.
Comm remarked "Up until now, Apple has not allowed contests and sweepstakes in apps. However, they have made a change that the majority of devs don’t know about. And it is going to have an explosive affect on the app store. Contests and sweepstakes are now allowed. That means we will soon seen an entirely new genre of apps... And there will be MANY of them. Mark my words. However, no one has really broken this story yet. And we’ve got the app that ties in with it... It’s the first of it’s kind."
I just updated my Sling Player to access the 3G network and it worked just fine! Please let me know if you find any issues.
Finally, I can catch the game anywhere (that is if you have 3g service).
As an emergency medicine physician, I know how much seconds count. It is extremely important to have the correct information when the patient can not give us key information. The idea behind In Case of Emergency is that it allows 1st responders a way to quickly access important information. Currently, the app store has several iphone apps that do this same function. The app called SMART ICE by EMS options LLC is a very good app. It contains all the information that one would need in the emergency setting and more. The app runs smooth and has several key features that I think are excellent. The top are:
1-) being able to prerecord information for the EMS
2-) Wall paper setting with information for EMS
3-) Quick EMS call from app
Itunes has launched 7 years ago, they are celebrating their 10th billion music download with 1 lucky winner getting 10K in itunes Gift Cards!
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Slug Wars from Republic of Fun is a goofy strategy/tower defense game that is addictive and fun. [Click here if you got here from newsletter, and looking for Cat in the Hat]. The premise is pretty simple: Spawn slug forces to take the opposing side of the battlefield, while stopping the enemy from doing the same. There are 3 slug battle lanes, and various slug fighter types (infantry slug, tank slug, kamikaze, etc.). Each has it’s own special fighting ability, and an utterly mindless need to advance and tear opposing slugs to ribbons.
Well, you already know from a previous post that I love my cases. So it will not be any surprise to you then when I say that I bought a new one. I had an Apple gift card burning a hole in my pocket so I took a trip to the store. I purchased a Speck CandyShell case for my touch. I have been using it for a week now and love it. I am not going to review it in detail because there are so many of them published already. I did my fair amount of research though before making the purchase. The only thing I will say is that I am concerned with the little strip on the edge between the connectors and the front. I say that because I think it is very flimsy and may be the weakest part of the design. Will it break, who knows?
Today I got to speak with Chirantan (Chintu) Parikh, CEO ( or Yapper Chief as he calls himself) of SachManya LLC. His company has developed a way that allows you to create your own mobile apps for your company or website. Simply by going to their site, you follow 4 steps, fill in your information, and your app is done.
If you've run up hundreds of dollars of parking tickets, you need this app. The app sets up an alarm to warn you when your time is almost up at your parking meter. That alone could save you some big bucks, but the app does so much more. You can find where you parked your car using GPS markers. If you're in a parking garage, you can input your level and section.
If you're looking for a way to make the most efficient use of your time at Disneyland, this is your app. The app contains comprehensive information about every ride there.