2) How can we ensure that our apps don’t get rejected? Apple in particular is well known for rejecting apps. There are a few reasons for your app to get rejected, like an app that duplicates an already existing function. Apple tends to prefer unique content now that the store has filled nicely. Also they tend to not like beta content. Simply using numbers less than one to define your software(commonly used in beta stages) can get your app denied.
Who knows what the next stage we will need to do to ensure safety? Was George Orwell accurate about the thought police? They didn’t seem to use any firewall blocks or performance testing.
What if you found that you have a better recipe than the recipe used by others? Do you want to edit every part of a recipe, even if it is not yours? For this purpose, you can use Basil and Paprika. Basil is an interesting website applications for cooking. It allows you to collect different recipes in one spot. It lets user search some well respected cooking sites for recipes. You can pull all these recipes in this app. Paprika has most of the features of Basil. And apart from these features, the app can search tons of sites for tons of recipes.
Sure, this app puts all of your balances in one place and automatically tracks your credit card accounts. But it can also display your transaction history for each of your credit cards and can even help you stay on top of your frequent flyer miles.
Cooking happens daily, and most of us keep revising the same old recipes. But it does not excite us. Does it? You can prepare the same old food with new recipes that a mobile or tablet app can provide you.
Definitely head over to the Linquet website to help you visualize what it is. This tiny, useful little loss prevention device could save you from the stress of losing your valuables. Simply attach a Linquet to any of your most prized valuables and link them to your phone through Bluetooth. When the phone or any valuable goes out-of-range your phone and your valuable will alarm.
If this is an update to an existing app, ensure you are aware of what has been changed from the previous version. One good thing to do is view the user’s comments on iTunes or Android market for the previous version. This gives you key insight of what previous problems existed and what is hopefully fixed in the new version, along with key insight into the usability aspects of the app itself.