Interviews Apps


iPhone Developer Spotlight: Catherine E. White of Llamagraphics

AppCraver recently spoke with Catherine E. White, President of Llamagraphics, Inc.. She shares her experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Kevin VanderLugt, KVapps

AppCraver recently spoke with Kevin VanderLugt, Founder and Owner of KVapps. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Jason Petralia, people operating technology

AppCraver recently spoke with Jason Petralia, CEO and Co-Founder of people operating technology. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Todd Moore, TMSOFT

AppCraver recently spoke with Todd Moore, President of TMSOFT LLC. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Branislav beno, Animon

AppCraver recently spoke with Branislav Beno, of Animion. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Jonathan Mulcahy

AppCraver recently spoke with Jonathan Mulcahy, of mulcahy.org. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Steven Moon, Clever Coding

AppCraver recently spoke with Steven Moon, President of Clever Coding LLC. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Mark Andrade, Sputnik Games

AppCraver recently spoke with Mark Andrade, of Sputnik Games. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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iPhone Developer Spotlight: Kevin Heap, NinjaBee

AppCraver recently spoke with Kevin Heap, Lead Programmer of NinjaBee. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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Interview with Open Cellar developer, Matthieu DUCROCQ

French developer, Matthieu DUCROCQ, says he’s always been passionate about wine, which led him to develop a desktop app for wine enthusiasts called Open Cellar on Desktop a few years ago.

Interview with Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO of Artificial Life

Artificial Life has a number of titles that are officially endorsed or co-sponsored such as Shooter, the film, BMW Z4 and Red Bull. AppCraver was interested in learning more about AL and its brand relationships, so we corralled Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO, for a chat:.

Interview with Mason Weems of IMAK Creations

IMAK Creations is a family business based in Austin, Texas. The company's name comes from the initials of spouses Mason and Karen and sons Anthony and Ian. IMAK has been releasing apps an average about one per month since the ribbon cutting on the App Store, where they now have 12 apps, mainly in the education category.

Interview with Laurie Ann Sims, President of Wizzard Media

Recently, Wizzard Media, a podcasting network, acquired exclusive distribution rights to six iPhone apps: John Kooistra’s Blue Attack and Blue Defense!, Phase 2 Media’s OmNomNom, Sudoku Classic and Sudoku Unlimited, and Markus Strobe’s Touch Scan.

Interview with Elias Pietilä, Award-Winning iPhone Student Developer

Elias Pietilä is a 23-year-old full-time student at the Helsinki University of Technology, although he says he seldom goes there. Most of his time is spent at an iPhone consulting company called Qvik, although he’s not a paid employee. 

Interview with Galarina's Chris Cornelis, developer

Galarina's Chris Cornelis is the developer of GeoLogTag, an image logging  and tagging app. "There are about a dozen of geologging-geotagging apps that offer some of the functionality of GeoLogTag, but they all have a more complex workflow," Cornelis says assertively.