Scenario Poker for iPhone - 3rd Party App

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Lemon Fresh, Jan 27, 2007.

  1. Lemon Fresh macrumors newbie

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    Anyone know more about this addictive soon-to-be iPhone application?

    This is the only 3rd party app for the iPhone that I know of (Google & other big boys excluded).

    What is Apple's position on 3rd party iPhone software lately?

    http://scenario.com/poker/iPhone/index.htm

    BTW, it's an excellent dashboard widget. I'd get the iPhone just for this!
     
  2. MacCheetah3 macrumors 6502

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    How did you interpret this will be available on the iPhone ( actual device )?

    At the bottom right of the download page...
     
  3. Lemon Fresh thread starter macrumors newbie

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    It helps if you don't read that part of the page....

    Seriously tho, there has been an awful lot of effort (by Apple & developers) into the widget (and front-row-esque) realm. The :apple: tv and :apple: iPhone seem to embrace & extend it beautifully.

    But you are correct, this is NOT an iPhone app. But it should be!
     
  4. MacCheetah3 macrumors 6502

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    I bet. :D It did fool me for a bit too. :) I wouldn't doubt that's part of the marketing.

    Apple didn't say that there wouldn't be any third party / additional applications / widgets for the iPhone but rather that they want complete control. Now, this could be a hint that they may do an iPod game type of method ( pay / download for additional )...It could mean that developers must submit their software for strict approval and testing and Apple will than offer it through their own channel(s)...It could also mean that Apple will release additional apps / widgets for free later on...Or it could mean that nothing will be added until the revision B product ( second generation ). Point being is that it seems that Apple reps chose to use such a comment to prevent only one interpretation ( leave it open ).
     

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