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Tapity: How to build successful iPhone apps

by John Casasanta
October 17, 20092 comments

Grades

I’ve recently stumbled upon an interesting iPhone-related blog named Tapity because I noticed in our logs that we were getting some hits from it. Tapity is run by Jeremy Olson and according to his Twitter, he’s a “student, UX designer, web developer—currently focused on launching an iPhone app and blogging what I learn”.

If you have interest in the iPhone business, whether you’re an experienced developer or someone itching to get your feet wet in the exciting world of the App Store, then I’d strongly recommend that you take a look at it.

I wouldn’t recommend it, though, if you’re just the type of person wishing to just strike it rich off some flashlight idea… Jeremy seems to put a lot of though into his analyses of the iPhone app market and goes into good detail about all the hard work it takes to attempt to design, develop, and market a solid iPhone app. His upcoming app is called Grades and he’s putting a lot of effort into creating a polished user experience.

Check it out…

http://tapity.com


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2 comments

  1. Jeremy Olson
    7:19am, October 17, 2009

    Thanks! I am really honored. I’ll try not to disappoint.

  2. Marcus
    8:27am, September 15, 2011

    What if you have a great App idea but no money to develop it? Any thoughts?


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