Today’s Apple event has been much-anticipated by the world and many of us here at Envato. Both Mac.AppStorm and iPhone.AppStorm gave great coverage of the event, and their thoughts of the iPhone 5. Read on for more.
Are you after some high quality headphones? Do you have a Twitter account? Are you interested in iPhones? Then you should read this post over on iPhone AppStorm.
To summarize, if you follow @iphoneappstorm on Twitter, tweet about the competition, and leave a comment on that post, you might just get lucky and win a SteelSeries Siberia Neckband Headset for iOS devices.
iPhones (and other smart phones) have become the computer we take everywhere. They become handier and more powerful each year. And the apps are cheap!
But there is so many apps! And the cost of trying a few apps to find the right one adds up. That why I love iPhone.Appstorm. The site has lots of reviews and “quick looks” of the best iPhone apps out there, as well as tips and tricks, news and hardware reviews.
From the site’s about page:
Chances are if you’re reading this blog you love your iPhone. Well we do too, and we know there’s nothing better than tricking it out with some killer iPhone apps. With so many independent app publishers around though, it’s hard to keep track of what’s out there.
iPhone.AppStorm brings you not just reviews of great (and not so great) iPhone apps, but we also round them up into categorized lists, give you how-to tips and tricks to get more out of them, and combine it with a healthy dose of iPhone related news.
Got an iPhone? Visit iPhone.AppStorm today! What do you like best about the site?
When working as an editor or writer online, it’s easy to stay behind the scenes and remain something of an elusive shadow. AppStorm is no exception – we have a great team of editors and writers who work really hard to bring you a regular stream of top-notch articles across the sites.
Today, I thought it would be fun to publish an interview with your very own editor – Josh Johnson. He joined the AppStorm team just a few months ago, and is the driving force behind everything that goes on at iPhone.AppStorm.
I hope you enjoy getting to know your editor a little better, and feel free to leave a few questions for him in the comments!
If you don’t regularly visit our Appstorm sites (and why not?!), you may have missed a great post featuring some awesome marketplace stats resources. Joshua Johnson recently ran a post on iPhone.Appstorm listing 7 iPhone Apps to Check Your Envato Marketplace Stats.
As an Envato Marketplace author, you frequently have to stop by a site to check in on your earnings, comments, etc. Recently, Envato released an API for the marketplaces that has led to a sudden crop of awesome apps allowing you to perform this task right on your iPhone. Below we’ll take a look at all the apps currently available for marketplace authors so you can decide which is right for you.
Are you a marketplace author? Do you have an iPhone? Well, what are you waiting for? Hit this link, check out the apps, and buy the one that jumps out at you. Or buy all seven and be the envy of the next Envato meetup!
iPhone App Entrepreneur brings together insight and ideas from experienced iPhone developers and users to help you understand how to approach the development of your own app. Written by AppStorm manager David Appleyard, it is available from Rockable Press from just $19.
Whether you’re an experienced developer or just starting to think about creating an iPhone app, this book will help you make your next release a real success. Read on to find out more, read a few testimonials, and grab a discount!