Articles and Reviews by Barbara Holbrook



AppCraver is Feeling Flirty

The Valentine's Day mad rush is about to begin, but AppCraver isn't worried. This year, we've got a sponsor. TrueFlirt is our Official Sponsor of All Things Fun and Flirty. Like the new background image?


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Interview with Mike Kasprzak of Smiles

AppCraver recently spoke with Mike Kasprzak of Sykhronics Entertainment, the developer of Smiles. He answered some questions about his process for app development.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?


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TrueFlirt: Sexy, Romantic, Playful — Interactive Texting for iPhone

My first TrueFlirt message read: This is how techies flirt. ^_^
With a wink, a smile and an interactive "love scene," my first flirt flew through the ether striking the recipient like cupid's bow.


Barbara Holbrook rated this app 4.5/5 | Category:


Interview with Very Magnetic Clock Company

AppCraver spoke via email with Terry Longrie (TL) and Mike Stran (MS) of Very Magnetic Clock Company, the developers of Timepieces. They answered our questions about developing apps for iPhone and iPod touch.


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Sonos iPhone App Makes Multi-Room Sound System Even Better

Buy Sonos Controller on the App Store

What could be better than accessing your entire music library from a set of high quality speakers in any room of your home? How about adding internet radio, local radio stations, Pandora, Last.fm and the ability to connect to subscription services such as Napter, Rhapsody and SIRIUS? Now, what if you could also ditch your remote and control all of these music services from your iPhone? Welcome home to Sonos.


Barbara Holbrook rated this app 4.5/5 | Category: , , ,


Interview with Mark Simpson of Touch Physics

AppCraver recently spoke via email with Mark Simpson, the creator of Touch Physics. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?


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Interview with James Lee of Seahorse Software

Not too long ago, AppCraver spoke with Jame Lee from Seahorse Software, the developer of such apps as  Blackjack Run, Tric-Trac and Pyramid Solitaire. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.


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Vote for AppCraver at KillerStartups.com

The folks over at KillerStartups published a blurb about AppCraver.com extolling the virtues of sites that help users search through and discover new iPhone apps.
KillerStartups is a user-driven community out to find "the next big thing" on the Internet — success stories like YouTube, Facebook and Kayak.


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Interview with Jason Crawforth of iMakeDecisions

AppCraver heard from Jason Crawforth, the developer behind the iMakeDecisions app. He talked with us about his experience developing an iPhone app.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?


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PhoneView Does File Storage and so Much More for iPhone

PhoneView (formerly MegaPhone, formerly Phone Drive) is the simplest way we've tested so far to access all the files, notes, music, videos, photos, contacts, call logs and sms messages. In short, it's a cool drag-n-drop tool to access all the data on your iPhone or iPod touch.


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Interview with Tipatat Chennavasin of Yum Yum Dim Sum

AppCraver recently heard from Tipatat Chennavasin, the developer of Yum Yum Dim Sum. He answered our questions about his development process for iPhone and iPod touch applications.
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Interview with Don Arnel of Galactic Invasion

AppCraver recently heard from Don Arnel, the creator of Galactic Invasion. He answered our questions about developing games for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?


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Read AppCraver, Win Free Stuff

Our twitter contest is off to great start. Congratulations to the four winners from Thursday and Friday: Arthur McTaggart in Florida, Phillip Beazley in Texas, Joey Rivera in Ohio and AndyL19 in AZ.


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Interview with Nitzan Wilnai of Tatomic

AppCraver recently heard from Nitzan Wilnai, the creative force behind Tatomic. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?


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ngmoco To Release ToppleToo and WordFu

Just a month after Rolando ngmoco is already announcing two more games — Topple Too and WordFu. According to ngmoco's twitterfeed both games are expected "within the next month, followed quickly by another couple of games that we just can't mention yet."


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