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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Four20, Apr 28, 2008.
This article/list seems to be attracting quite a bit of attention
click here for the list
Seemed like a kind of hastily thrown together list to me... I mean, it's kind of strange for a lot of apps that appeal to smaller groups of people to make the top 50 and none of the ringtone apps (particularly the amazing one from Jamendo) makes the list. I don't think any of the iFlickr type of apps were on the list either, of which there are several excellent ones.
I did see one or two I'd like to try, though. I don't have the app that lets you hide icons. That sounds like something that would be useful.
And of course a few I have, like fring.
sorry i wanted it to be as generic as possible. since there isn't much use for iflickr(and the other flickr apps) for iPod Touch owners. . .
I'm going to be honest. Those are nice apps, but that list is in horrible order.
iPhysics as #1.....?
what can i say. . .it's one of the most searched keywords on the site(it's less than it used to be, but still a popular app)
Fring should be 1 not 2.. i love it, does my MSN and will soon do my skype when i make an account later on today.
So when you say this article is attracting quite a bit of attention, you mean from yourself, being also the author, correct?
If you wrote an article and you want to post it, why not just be honest and say you wrote it?
because he's shy...
I never denied that i wrote it. If you look at the 'about' page. you see my handle(Four20) as well as a link to my Digg/Twitter profiles. . .i mean my profile links to the same website(i am shy but not in this way)
when i say it's attracting attention i mean it's been linked to quite a few times(it even got over 100 diggs on Digg.com). and most of the response has been positive.
my top 50 list is not your top 50 list. . .this list is 'based' on the 2000-3000 people that voted and rated the applications at the website. . .you can see a broken down(by categories) 'best of' list here. . .
You didn't exactly go "here's a list i've made, what do you think"
What about http://www.appsafari.com/- a web page devoted to iPhone and iPod Touch apps?
that website only does web apps. . .my website only does native, 3rd party apps
What the deuce? Fring is #2? It's prerelease...if you get the bugs, it's a nuisance (like the bluetooth not available bug that doesn't go away with uninstall).
TTR's only #11? Shame.
i based that on the attention fring has received. . .compared to ttr
your list is bound to be different than my list. with the amount of applications out, this list was a great way to highlight a enough well developed applications