OpenFeint

iPhone and iPad apps tagged "OpenFeint."


Interview with Kevin Calderone Developer of Trace

AppCraver had the chance to chat with Kevin Calderone the developer of App Store hit Trace. 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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As an Intro App, Eye of Ra Lite May Leave you Wanting More

Eye of Ra Lite by Olaf Schneider is basically another tile matching game, one of the many Bejewled knockoffs that have come out over the years. The twist here is that the tiles are not jewels but different colored hieroglyphs and there are also some helpful Extras that you can pick up along the way.

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Interview with Alec Bellanca of Feldspar Apps

AppCraver recently spoke with Alec Bellanca from Feldspar Apps, creator of Aqua. 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 Andrei Nadin from Play 'Em

Recently AppCraver spoke with the developers over at Play 'Em. CEO Andrei Nadin was nice enough to answer our questions about developing games for iPhone and iPod Touch. The company's first game is Touch 'Em.

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Interview with Tony Chen from Elite Web Central

We caught up yesterday with Tony Chen from Elite Web Central over email. Tony is the developer of Daily Wallpaper, a web application for the iPhone.
AppCraver: When did you start developing web applications for the iPhone?

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Aurora Feint Becomes the Best Free Game on iPhone, Eventually

Aurora Feint Becomes the Best Free Game on iPhone, Eventually

I've documented my problems with Aurora Feint previously. I wasn't able to get past the opening screen without having the application crash. Several reinstallations later, I was finally able to play the game, only to get stuck in the first section of the game without any way to progress or quit.

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Aurora Feint Crash

Aurora Feint has gotten great reviews from just about everyone who has played it. Unfortunately, a lot of people can't play it. For a substantial number of people who have downloaded the app, including me, the app crashes every time you try to load it.

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Interview with Developers of Koi Pond

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?

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