We’ve been working on updates to all of our apps. Currently in the works are all Flash Cards apps, BurpZ!, PasswordZ! and new to the lineup is ToolZ!
Looks for Flash CardZ! MATH soon.
Help us help you, if you would like to see a flash card app tell us, we’re up for anything!
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?
It’s been a long couple of weeks but it has finally paid off. We are proud to announce our first iTunes app! Flash CardZ! The irony is that we have an update for it already, that will get submitted to Apple shortly.
BustedAppZ! now has half a dozen applications available on iTunes, the Android Market, Cydia and direct download here at BustedAppZ.com. Current applications include BurpZ!, Flash CardZ! Alphabet, Flash CardZ! Numbers, Flash CardZ! with SOUND, and you will see BikiniZ! and LightZ! on Android soon!
Thanks for your support and we hope you enjoy our apps!
Right now we are beta testing some applications that are due to be released in the next 2 weeks. These applications will be available on the iPhone and Android both. They will prove that we have done a little bit of work to simplify entertainment apps. Our belief is that clean and simple are the way to go. Too often people over complicate things by offering too much! This could sometimes mean too much of a good thing. Like alcohol, entertainment can be addictive. Our recommendation, take it in small does, don’t overdo it and for the good of all of us don’t drive if you are under the influence of too much entertainment!