The bigger problem with Android: Bugs and Quality, not Fragmentation per-se

December 31, 2013

Fragmentation is often described as the biggest problem for Android app developers and it has been a problem for both developers and users. The fragmentation problem was best illustrated by the fact that the first version of the Twitter Android app was limited to just 27% of active Android devices. Some other Android apps were installable on more devices, but crashed on many of them. However, fragmentation problems (as generally discussed) are just the tip of the iceberg. Read the rest of this entry »

Twitter breaks third-party apps

April 30, 2013

Yesterday morning, I got a brief email saying “Twitter integration does not work. Otherwise, it is a cool app”. The writer was referring to Economy for iPad
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How to take a screenshot of your iPad or iPhone app

January 13, 2011

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A zombie keyboard, an app-store rejection, a call from Steve Jobs and the Economy-for-iPad app

October 31, 2010

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iPhone Economy app featured in Wiley Publishing’s book on Incredible iPhone Apps

March 22, 2010

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cEconomy: A new iPhone Twitter app for economic tweets; Economy news with the #cEconomy hashtag and OAuth login

December 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.

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Economy 2.0 will be iPhone OS 3.0+ only: Why 2.x isn’t supported

September 30, 2009

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