Apple has now 300,000 plus iPhone applications available for sale at its App Store. If developers want to succeed they need to get aggressive and promote their apps. This iPhone app publicist has come up with 21 ways to promote an app. Employ just 30% of these and the average developer will be well on the way to success. Send out a well-written press release to the media announcing your new app and its special features no one can do without.
Andrew Kazantsev today released Common Kit PLUS 1.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The application is a universal tool which allows users to create interactive media Apps without any programming knowledge or even an internet connection. While there are three versions of the app available, the PLUS release gives users 1,000 pages to work with, save and share. Books, tests, flashcards, audio-visual training aids, FAQs, music collections and much more can be compiled into an attractive app.
Macspots has just released Gifts HD 1.0, a new iPad app for holiday gift tracking, lists, and budgeting. Gifts HD addresses the needs of users that want to track their gifts and budgets for everyone on their holiday shopping list. Gifts HD goes one step further and allows users to comparison shop right within the app. Designed for multiple users, Gifts HD features a nice summary report, built-in To-Do list and calculator, tracking details for each person and much more.