The new "App" from Hotels.com is not really an app at all, but just an iPhone optimized website with an iPhone app wrapper. You would think that Interactive Corp, the large Barry Diller controled parent of Hotels.com would allocate sufficient resources to produce a decent iPhone version of their (excellent) Hotels.com service.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
Do you crave the best iPhone apps? Check out these reviews for insight before you download. Leave a comment for apps you've tried and let us know what you think!
- Score: 4.0/5
- 10 responses
If, like me you are a heavy Facebook user, the Facebook app for the iPhone is a must have. Of course, it's completely free. And it's so good, you may never go back to the Facebook website again.
- Score: 4.5/5
- 6 responses
There are currently two AirHockey games on the App Store. We HIGHLY recommend the two-person game by Sea Lion Games.
To play, you hold the iPhone flat and both players control a knob on one side of the phone, pushing the puck around on the virtual air hockey surface.
- Score: 0.0/5
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AppCraver caught up this morning with the developers of the wildly popular Koi Pond application, Bill Trost and Andy Skirvin of development firm The Blimp Pilots.
AppCraver: When did you start developing applications for the iPhone?
Lots of discussion of iPhone at the latest TechCrunch / August Capital Mobile Conference.
Some key facts:
Pandora was running at about 12,000 new subscribers a month. In the first month on iPhone, 320,000 Pandora apps were downloaded.
According to MacWorld, Best Buy will start selling the iPhone3G in September in over 970 full size stores.To put this in perspective, Apple currently has only 205 Stores, with each store doing about 2 Million dollars a month in revenue (the highest per square foot of any retail store formula in the world).