Is there any rules whether promotion for some software is prohibited?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by niltsh, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. niltsh macrumors newbie

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    Jan 1, 2010
    #1
    Sorry I didn't find if it is not allowed to promote the Applications. If it is prohibited here, please ignore this post.

    Recently I developed a software called MplayerX, a media player on Mac, as a free alternative of Mplayer OSX.
    It cost me nearly 4 months of weekends, now I think it is ready for daily use.
    Some features are:
    - Multi-Screen support
    - Apple Remote support
    - MultiTouch? support
    - Automatic find next proper file to play
    - Auto detect the encode method of subtitle file (with Universal Charset Detector)
    - Snapshot
    - Multi-Thread ffmpeg supported

    It is still under development, and many functions are waiting for perfectising.

    It should run under Snow Leopard(10.6) at least with intel's CPU.

    Currently it is hosted at http://code.google.com/p/mplayerx/

    If there are some advices, it will be deeply appreciated.
     
  2. old-wiz macrumors G3

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    Mar 26, 2008
    Location:
    West Suburban Boston Ma
    #2
    sounds interesting, however it's against the forum rules:

    Advertising/soliciting. Using the forums for advertising or for commercial business deals and offers. See the MacRumors About page if you want to buy advertising at the site. You may not make posts to promote commercial, personal, or not-for-profit websites. Threads will be deleted if their purpose is to advertise, announce, or promote products, services, or organizations, build traffic at other websites, solicit donations, votes, or participants for surveys, contests, or product testing, carry out business activities including employment requests/offers, or other similar purposes that do not benefit our forum community. Memberships created solely for such purposes will be banned. Exception: Developers of iPhone and iPod touch applications are afforded special privileges, including certain posting of product promotions. See Guidelines for iPhone and iPod touch application developers for details.
     

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