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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by nfl46, Dec 12, 2012.
Isn't it up to Apple when an app gets released?
Yup. I don't think this is 100% accurate.
I hope it does know the right way to the Flying Saucer though.
But hasn't AllThingsD always been correct? Well at least 95% of the time.
I just find it odd that it says Google plans to release the app tonight.
Does it provide voice prompts with it's turn by turn directions?
Is it been released tonight or is it been submitted tonight?
If true, I can finally upgrade all my remaining devices to iOS6.
"Google plans to release its much-awaited iOS Maps app tonight, according to sources familiar with the matter."
But the problem is that Google doesn't release apps. They submit an app and Apple releases.
I hope it is just worded badly and we see it tonight.
I just saw this a minute ago. If true, this will be awesome. But I'm not sure how AllThingsD is privy to when precisely an app will be released. Isn't that completely up to Apple? I mean, developers don't even know when their apps will be released until it happens.
For big apps like this there is usually a more coordinated release compared to some App Store vetter pressing the okay button. That's how they can plan and execute a release tonight rather than sometime in the next week or so.
Looks fairly legit now. Check the front page.
Any experience with this? Did you have a say when your app was released or just worked to get it approved to be released?