|Nov 2, 2012, 04:15 PM||#1|
Not sure if right place but question about data from iTunes...
Im wondering if it was possible to set up a webpage that pulls data from the app store on iTunes.
Im trying to set up an online (school only) app catalog for teachers-- we have so many useful apps on our ipads but the teachers dont have time to explore. I thought, rather than having to manually feed in all the information about an app, that maybe I could pull the data and insert it in the webpage instead. That way, if the information is updated, the webpage would always reflect the most updated information.
Anyway- hoping someone can point me in the right direction! Thanks!
|Nov 2, 2012, 10:26 PM||#2|
In the examples on that page is one that uses a lookup for an app's unique ID (the Yelp app). So if you have a list of app-IDs from the URLs in the web-based app store, you can translate that into a lookup request. Compare and contrast:
Or you could just make a much simpler web page that's a big-bucket-of-links, and link to individual apps on the app store.
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