Articles and Reviews by Barbara Holbrook



Toy Bot Diaries Entry 2: More Levels of Magnetism

Everyone's favorite round robot re-entered the App Store with a second installment to the hugely popular Toy Bot Diaries. The sequel, Toy Bot Diaries Entry 2, finds toy bot still on a mission to deliver a message to King Bot.

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Interview with Brett Gardner from CoolIris

AppCraver recently spoke with Brett Gardner, head of user growth over at CoolIris, Inc — the developers of the CoolIris search application and the mobile app of the same name. She answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.

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iPhone Your Life: Apple's Tips Draw Users Further Into the Cult of Mac

iPhone your life"Solving life's dilemmas one app at a time." Apple is showing their commitment to solving dilemmas with an update to the iPhone website. A new section of the Apple site dubbed iPhone Your Life announces what users have known since the beginning — "...It's more than a phone.

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Interview with Bachar Sarah

AppCraver recently heard from Bachar Sarah the developer of the MyMate app. 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 Pit Garbe of THTouch

AppCraver recently heard from Pit Garbe the developer of THTouch. 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 Joel Rosenzweig of Joel's Penny Arcade

AppCraver spoke with Joel Rosenzweig, the developer behind the homage to vintage gaming Alien Attack. He answered our questions about developing for the iPhone and iPod touch. 1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Interview with Andreas Amann

AppCraver recently heard from Andreas Amann, the developer behind Calling Card. He answered our questions about creating apps for the iPhone. 1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?

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Interview with James Thomson of eLogic Puzzles

AppCraver recently spoke with James Thomson of eLogic Puzzles, developer of Sudoku and GRE Vocabulary Scramble. He answered our questions about developing for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

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Tranquil Alarm Deserves a Resounding Yes!

Tranquil Alarm appFor those of us not cursed with the morning-people-gene, waking up is an "alarming" ritual. It's a rough transition from snoring to swearing to snoozing to finally getting out of bed.

Barbara Holbrook rated this app 4.5/5 | Category:


Interview with Marc Edwards of Bjango

AppCraver recently spoke with Marc Edwards from Bjango, the developers behind apps such as Darkness, Jobs 1.0, Cities and Phases. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

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Interview with Developer Ed Lea

Meet Ed Lea developer of Over Here and TV Plus. He answers our questions about developing applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. 1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone? Ed Lea: I downloaded the SDK when it became available.

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Interview with Founder of sciphone.net

AppCraver recently spoke with Turbo Productions the company behind the website sciphone.net. They answered our questions about being involved in the iPhone and iPod Touch community. 1.

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Interview with Ken Karakotsios of Trancit

Meet Ken Karakotsios developer of Trancit. He answers our questions about developing applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. 1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone? Ken Karakotsios: Ken Karakotsios: This was a project I worked on in my spare time.

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Interview with Jeff Rodgers Developer of FileSync

Meet Jeff Rodgers creator of FileSync. He answered our questions about developing applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. 1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone? Jeff Rodgers: Summer 2008 2.

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Interview with Ian Kelly of DoApp Inc

Ian Kelley of DoApp, Inc took time to answer our questions about developing applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. DoApp is the team behind six apps including myAnswers, myBigAlarm, myColorWave, myLighter, myLite Flashlight and myTo-Dos.

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