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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by rolex54, Aug 8, 2008.
How Many Apps Do You Have On Your iPhone?
19, downloaded many more but deleted a bunch of them.
I have 3.
Oh about 60 LOL
I have some on my phone for me and the hubby and for family members if they want to play with my phone...
64, including those included by apple...
4 homes screens, 1 Icon spot open on each screen
plus the 4 apps in the "dock" at the bottom...
15*4+4 == 64
Over 50, downloaded more than that but I don't use them so they have been deleted.
49...most of them were free but the priced ones were all from $5-10...so I promise to myself not to buy anymore apps lol
It would be interesting to see if the more apps one has the more crashes they experience on the phone.
I have around 15 apps and I only crash very infrequently.
Best thing that I found is to shut the phone down and power it back up after a crash as it helps clean things up (prob vodo, but it seems to help).
4, most of the apps suck, shazaam, poker, mlb, and pandora
I have over 40, and I hardly ever crash (less than once a day).
I've only paid for a few apps, though.
I'm still trying things out, and I'll delete those that don't work for me sooner rather than later. I have 4 sports news apps, a couple of memo/notes apps, 3 news apps, 2 flashlights, etc.
The SDK is free to download. Maybe you should try writing an application.
I have 77 apps. I need to delete some.
20 Apps from app store
Yes, because we all have time to learn a programming language and develop an app if the selection sucks.
All I am saying is that you have the ability to download and learn the SDK. Maybe you could hire a developer if you have some wonderful world changing idea. If you can't afford a developer, then maybe you could team up and provide something of value like tech support for the developer. If you cannot provide any value, he would probably let you get him coffee or run his errands.
If you don't have time because you'd rather do other things, then people need to **** and stop whining all the time about the app selection.
I want apps too, but I also understand that there are limitations in the SDK. Griping is one thing, but putting your money were your mouth is works much better.
It will get better with time. Only 4000 developers were in beta, many others are writing apps. Only "crap" apps come over night, and that is why you see them first. Give it time, development time is directly related to the complexity of the application.
It is not beneficial to keep posting "all apps suck" without offering an idea of what app would not suck.