cEconomy: A new iPhone Twitter app for economic tweets; Economy news with the #cEconomy hashtag and OAuth loginDecember 4, 2009
Now, you can post economic tweets with the iPhone Economy app. Version-2 of the app (can be downloaded from here and it) can auto-generate Twitter post-text about the latest economic news and it lets you post these tweets with the tap of a button.
Terrific news tonight (Thursday, 7/30), our iPhone Economy app is now the #1 paid app in the “Finance” category. This is a remarkable achivement for the app and I’d like to thank all users who’ve tried out the app and helped make this a popular app.
The iPhone Economy app was released on July 4 and it got to the 4th place (in “Finance” ) within a week after release. We have received a number of emails from users and most of them said they loved the app. Many (though not all) feature requests/suggestions from our users will be implemented in our 1.1 release. The 1.1 version is due to be released in the first half of August.
Incidentally, the iPhone Economy app is the 4th app from Cascade Software Corporation.
It is also the second #1 app from Cascade Software Corporation. Last year, our first app (the iPhone Election app) was – at one time – the #1 paid app in the “News” category.
Great news, the iPhone Economy app is now featured in Apple’s (iTunes) “STAFF FAVORITES” section. I got a call from a friend at 11pm tonight (Monday, 7/27) and was pleasantly surprised to hear that the app is now featured in iTunes.
It is one of the 8 featured apps on the first page of the “STAFF FAVORITES” section (in an app store that has more 65,000 apps)
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Great news, the iPhone Economy app was released today (July 4) evening.
This app gives you a snapshot of the US economy with the latest values of several key economic indicators published by the Federal Reserve. It also provides interesting graphs with historical values of these indicators over the past few months, years and decades.
I also enjoyed reading the first review on iTunes. Here is what the reviewer said about the app.
‘Wow is this an eye-opener! No opinions here, just the facts. Straight information from the government’s own databases on who’s been getting federal contracts, and for what since 2000. You can look it up by department, by state or even by item – which makes for some very interesting browsing.
Try looking up ‘land mines’, for instance, and you’ll see a sharp escalation in 2008. What’s the story behind that ??
And that, in a nutshell, is what you get from this very handy app: the straight story on what the government has been buying with your tax dollars. This is one reference app that will actually raise more questions than it answers – as well it should. Kudos to the developers for a nice job in putting this information into a format that’s easy (and fun) to explore.’