Hovsepian: Apps! Apps! Apps!
Novell CEO: Apps Are Job No. 1 for Linux
In order for Linux to grow into the computing mainstream, the open-
source OS needs more applications and a standardized approach to
software certification, Novell CEO Ron Hovsepian said in his keynote
Wednesday at the LinuxWorld conference and trade show in San
"The No. 1 thing that we need on Linux is applications," he said.
"Whether we like it or not, the application is what drives the final
customer decision," he added.
John Bail...App Store is not a store for apps
"Hi, I've got an iPhone and I would like to buy an app for it."
"What's the problem?"
"Well, at what store do I buy the app?"
"At the App Store."
"You buy an app for your iPhone at the App Store."
"No, Apple says an app store is not a store for apps, so where do I buy my
"At the App Store."
Okay... I'm talking, but you're not listening. Apple says that the App
Store is *not* a store for apps, so *where* do *I* *buy* an app for my
"At the App Store."
I just updated to 10.6.6, and was playing with the App Store.app. I wanted
to DL a couple of the free apps, but discovered that to DL _anything_, you
need to register a credit card. Since I dislike leaving any credit card info
in any vendor's database, I'm wondering if there's a way to avoid this part
of the registration process, entering your credit card info ONLY when needed
to make a specific purchase.
iMac (27", 3.2 GHz Intel Core i3, 4 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD) � OS X (10.6.6)
On 28/01/11 17:29, Nick Naym wrote:
> I just updated to 10.6.6, and was playing with ...Speed-Up.app from Mac App Store
Has anyone purchased, or know anything about, Speed-Up.app, which is
available from the Mac App Store? (This is not an iPhone app.)
It looks like it would be useful to me for playing back songs in
iTunes at variable speeds, but I can't find any documentation for it
to even see how it works.
The Mac App Store info says it works with 10.5+, but it hasn't been
updated since Jan 2011. The link to "Speed-Up Support" is broken but
it does get you to a site that advertises Speed-Up as an iTunes
plug-in. However, there's remarkably little there about Speed-Up,
s...mac app store apps dl limits
Was thinking about picking up an app or two or three (pages, numbers and
find any file). Apple person at the store said the Apple apps aren't
just one system per buy but thought there was some sort of limit. Is
this a app store variable, an app variable or what? And would anyone
know what the deal is on the above mentioned apps is? Would
re-installing software require a deauth before hand?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, M. John Matlaw
> Was thinking about picking up an app or two or three (pages, numbers and
> fi...Reviewing Apps at the App Store
I do not own an iOS device, so I'm talking about the Mac App Store here.
However iOS users may have similar experiences so read on.
One week ago I downloaded the free miDVD app from the Mac App Store.
It's a very, very bare-bones DVD creator, and I was pretty sure of its
limitations from the get-go.
After a couple of days I wrote a short lukewarm review of the app and
posted it to the App Store. I compared it with similar free and payware
products including iDVD, mentioning the fact the iLife '09 is still
available at that "jungle-themed" online retailer...Mac App Store giving away pay apps for free
Security oversights mean that many of the applications in Apple's newly
launched Mac App Store can easily be obtained without payment.
A significant number of developers have disregarded Apple's advice on
validating App Store receipts before making their software available through
the store. As a result, many applications can be pirated.
Applications bought through the store can be modified to run by any Apple
user (not just restricted to a specific Apple ID, prompting users to log
into a...Apple: an 'App Store' Is Not a Store For Apps
"What would be your first guess about what an app store sells? Don't
be fooled, Apple warns, the phrase 'app store' is not generic and can
only be used to describe Cupertino's... um, app store? 'Apple denies
that, based on their common meaning, the words "app store" together
denote a store for apps,' Apple said in a Thursday filing with a
California district court. All this notwithstanding that Jobs himself
used the phrase generically while r...An app to find apps
Enjoying an IPad 3 and wondered if there is an app to search for and find
apps. With 600,000 apps it might make sense.
In article <email@example.com>, Charles
> Enjoying an IPad 3 and wondered if there is an app to search for and find
> apps. With 600,000 apps it might make sense.
the app store app, along with a number of other apps that list apps of
the day or other things.
or just launch safari (or another browser) and search via google.
On Thu, 10 May 2012 18:42:50 -0400, Charles wrote:
> Enjoying ...Crypto-Apps: Ciphers App-1 and App-2.
These ciphers are available now for free downloading from,
http://www.adacryptpages.com (navigate to the bottom title boxes).
Crypto-App Ciphers - Apps_1 & 2. - Personalised Cryptography for Tablets, L=
aptops, Desktop, Main Frame Computers in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8.
No need to study the cryptography, the mathematics, the programming, the co=
mputer science (unless you really want to and then you just peruse the othe=
r title boxes on the same site) - instead, just teach yourself to run these=
'apps' as you would any other app...Using the app app at the Apple store
I've read several times about the ability to take my iPhone to the
apple store, point my phone at some product, and have the app store
app purchase it, so I can walk out with the product without talking to
I thought it was a neat idea, and think I should do it once. I
opened my app store and didn't see any indicator on how to do this, so
I Googled to find instructions on how to do it - without success.
Anybody have a link that explains the details on how to do this?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Howard Brazee <howard@brazee....Mac
I have written a service to launch our wxWidgets Application when the
user selects the menu item in the Services menu. The wxWidgets
Application is configured to accept command line parameters when
starting from the terminal window. I am launching the wxWidgets
Application using Mac Launch Services call LSOpenFromURLSpec. I created
an apple event descriptor (AEDesc) and added the parameters to pass
into the AEDesc for the launch spec. This is not working, the
application will launch but the parameters are ignored. Do I need to
add an impementation in the wxMyApp::MacOpenFile to...App Store = 1/2 Million Apps
Estimates peg App Store at 500,000 apps
On 5/24/2011 2:34 PM, Fred Moore wrote:
> Estimates peg App Store at 500,000 apps
Mostly fart apps...
In article <email@example.com>, Flint <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Estimates peg App Store at 500,000 apps
> > <http://news.cnet.com/8301-27076_3-20065720-248.html>
> Mostly fart apps...
nope. fart apps are well under 1% of ...Best app. to run PC apps through Mac?
Have two Macs (OS 9.2.2) networked with a Compaq. I need to run the
PC's IE remotely via my Mac (as a client). DAVE seems soley devoted to
file sharing. Again, running OS 9.2.2 so can't take advantage of Remote
Desktop Connection Client for Mac. Any suggestions?
"eMac" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Have two Macs (OS 9.2.2) networked with a Compaq. I need to run the
> PC's IE remotely via my Mac (as a client). DAVE seems soley devoted to
> file sharing. Again, running OS 9.2.2 so ...Stop App Store wanting to update deleted app
A few months ago, I downloaded MS OneNote, as it was so highly recommended by the App Store. I hated it! So, I deleted every file I could find connected with it, using 'FindAnyFile'.
A new version has been released, and the App Store wants to update my version, which doesn't exist. I've chosen to 'Hide purchase' in the App Store, but this hasn't made any difference.
I don't know if the App Store is finding a hidden file on my Mac, or keeps a log of its own. The App Store doesn't suggest the update for my other two Macs, which did not have OneNote i...