I got sick of waiting so I emailed iCall directly and got an almost immediate response back. Here is the email: "Thanks for you interest and, especially, your patience. We submitted the application to Apple for their review weeks back. We are waiting for Apple right now. As soon as we recieve the green light from Apple, we will let you know. Best, The iCall Team" So it looks like Apple needs to get their act together on their App reviews. If this is true that they submitted it weeks ago then there is no reason it shouldn't be reviewed and approved by now. For anyone that doesn't know what iCall is, you'll probably have some interest in this program. You can talk over WiFi connections for free. Better yet, you can recieve a call over the cell network and transfer it to WiFi. You can also go the other way and transfer back to cellular. Its great to save minutes or to have better coverage in places that have poor cell service and you drop calls. Its unlike any other VoIP app for iPhone, in that this one is free for any domestic calls.