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SinScore

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SinScore

We are now live in the app store.  You can find SinScore in the App Store if you click here.

SinScore is now live and I am really excited about this app.  After all, who doesn’t want to keep track of his or her sins and score each one to see just how bad is bad? Keeping score and finding ways to repent are what makes SinScore a must ...

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Configuring MacJournal for WordPress

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Configuring MacJournal for WordPress

This is a test of getting a post into my apps42 blog via MacJournal. Originally I did not have much success with this and spent a lot of time  wondering if there is a permissions issue with my underlying GoDaddy account.  At this point it doesn’t appear to be the issue.  What I am seeing is a basic misunderstanding of how to get MacJournal configured correctly.  The documentation in this regard is sparse at best and I am not finding ...

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Our newest project

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Our newest project

We’ve just begun our newest project for Kinvey, a great start-up and winner of a Boston TechStars 2011 start-up prize.  Our project is still underwraps but we will be launching the app for them early in 2012.  Keep an eye on our website for more information.  In the meantime visit Kinvey to see what BaaS is all about.

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We made it

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We made it
ColorPixi

ColorPixi is now available in the app store.

It’s been a lot of fun getting this app built and through the QA process.  Now it’s time to see how it does in the real world.  We have posted information about ColorPixi at our colorpixi.com website.  If you have a minute head over there to see what the app is all about.  ...

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ColorPixi is in review

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ColorPixi is in review

I’ve uploaded the ColorPixi app to the apple app store review process and now am in the wait and see mode.  I’ve never had an app rejected before so I am confident that this one will also go without a hitch.  This should mean that we will have a new app in the store either just before or just after Thanksgiving.  Either way it is in time for the holidays.  The company website is a little bit behind schedule but ...

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Test Flight

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Test Flight

Hats off to a great development tool.  TestFlight is now being used as a standard component in Apps42′s beta testing arsenal.  With TestFlight we can recruit new testers and deliver beta code to them over the air.  TestFlight allows us to monitor in real time all of the testing activity that taking place on registered devices.  Crash reports will automatically be uploaded to the TestFlight website for our attention.  We can monitor test coverage to make sure that every nook ...

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Welcome to the new Apps42 website

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Welcome to the new Apps42 website

Today we launched a new website for Apps42. Our earlier website is still available at http://apps42.com/congressvotes and can also be reached from the Congress Votes blog post on this site. Why the new site? It was time. Our original site was built to be an application specific website when we first began building the Apps42 company. At the time, it was the only app we built so it made sense to set up a site to market ...

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Elements of a Viral Launch Page

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Elements of a Viral Launch Page

Like a lot of things on the Smashing Magazines website, I found these two articles to be very interesting. If you are beginning a new venture, application, or website, you should take a look at these. While the content is more specifically targeted to websites and not mobile applications, it’s clear that when you are launching a new application you are likely going to need a website at the same time. At a minimum, the website will work as a ...

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CongressVotes

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CongressVotes

Built as part of Apps42′s Government Transparency Series. CongressVotes tracks congressional activity and voting records for the 11th, 112th, and the 113th Congress.  Read more about our app on the CongressVotes Website.

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TuneHopper

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TuneHopper

A distributed team-built project. Our contribution was to build the in-app purchase functions and to build the back-end server synchronization to keep track of purchases. We set up the app store and managed the integration into the remainder of the code using a distributed development model. Not satisfied with only building our share of the code, Apps42 advised the entire team on iOS and the intricacies of the Apple app-verse.

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