The app was free and easy to configure. From time to time I like to check in on his system.
So I’m going to give this a shot, no guarantee how it turns out. I’ll keep it short since I’m still getting iced to the keyboard. Included in this post is a few screen shots of the iPad.
First you’ll notice 2 of them are game, not BustedAppZ but a lot of fun. My son and I had multi-player action going on our flight home from New York last night. These 2 games allow you to connect and compete, no wires attached!
Next you’ll see a shot of my desktop. I really wanted to show the icon layout and also a cool background. Thanks to many free desktop image apps (a lot of them are free), the one I installed is called “Backgrounds HD” and it has some great images.
Shortly I’ll be posting a full review but damn you Steve Jobs, you did it again! (note to reader, I’m honestly no Apple fan boy)
–this was written using the WordPress iPad app
It’s getting pretty cold here in New York, it’s after 10pm just 11 hours until the Apple store will re-open and be selling iPads. I hate to keep talking about the iPad but I have to admit that the energy around here is incredible!
I spoke to Greg Packer, officially the first person in line for the iPad (in the US I believe) for the third time today. Every time I see him he’s being interviewed by someone in the press. It’s pretty fun being a part of all the hoopla going on here at Apple’s flagship store. (I just looked up and he’s out of line wondering around the store, what are the rules for this?) Spirits are high and the buzz is insane, personally getting the actual iPad isn’t as exciting to me as all the stuff leading up to it. Gizmodo is due to arrive tomorrow morning with goodie bags for the first 50 people I hope to be one of them.
Hopefully we’ll have some time to load up a bunch of apps, videos and really check out the iPad. Look for a quick review tomorrow night!
We do! QR codes are becoming more and more popular. Their typical use is directing traffic to a website. If you run a website and want people to be able to view it using their mobile devices (mainly iPhone and Android devices), add a QR code to your link and let people scan it. Most of the current “smart” phones have free (and paid) barcode or QR code scanning apps available for them. To take advantage of them you must post a QR image, like this! (It sounds like Windows Phone Series 7)
It’s actually very simple to setup, there are websites out there that have eveything you need to set one up. It takes less than a minute. We used Kaywa and their free QR-Code Generator, they allow you to set the code to link to a URL, MMS, Phone Number or Text message. Give it a shot and let us know how it goes.
There’s a free version (Homerun Battle 3D Free), a paid version Homerun Battle 3D and now a second free version named Homerun Battle 3D Free +100GB. I’ve played 2 ou of three of them and both great. Not only are they cross platform but you can play free against paid and so on.
or Go to Android Marketplace on your device and search Homerun Battle!
As an app development company we will have to make a choice of what (who) to develop apps for. At some point there has to be a judgement call made, will it be cost effective for us to develop for all 3 platforms? Here’s just a couple of items we will consider when making these decisions:
Is the UI the same? Will controlling our app be similar on all 3 platforms? (remember KISS)
Can we use the same graphics files on all systems?
Do all 3 platforms have the same user type? (gamers, day to day, enterprise, kids)
How will the Microsoft team regulate app deployment?
Can the application be profitable? Only time will tell, at this time next year will BustedAppZ! be as excited about building for Windows Phone 7 as we are to build for Android today?
We are currently working on a couple of new apps that require us to secure them. At first thought it didn’t seem like much of a concern because it would be password protected but we really want the user to be reassured. Keeping secure information in your mobile device is inevitable but is it really secure?
Just like any security if someone wants it bad enough odds are there’s a way to get it whether it is a car stereo or your personal information. At BustedAppZ! we are committed to fun, simple and safe mobile applications. Our programmers are highly skilled and our management team is thorough. You can bet that any app from us can be trusted. Unlike many other applications that collect your personal information our apps don’t, we earn our money from the sale of advertising or the app itself.
We hope you continue to enjoy our products whether educational, entertaining or a utility!