Through just a six step process, businesses can now start to purchasing applications from the App Store in bulk – or volume as the new program includes in its name. Announced just a few days ago, the new feature offered by Apple is now in full gear. As Apple states
Long time Mac developer Rogue Amoeba has announced that they too have decided to stop developing software for the iPhone. Their reason, like Facebook developer Joe Hewitt, is Apple's "broken" App Store approval process. Specifically, it took three and a half months for a minor bug fix to Airfoil Speakers Touch [App Store] to hit the App Store, all thanks to Apple.
The initial update submitted to Apple simply changed a bit of code to make the app work better although it was rejected for using "Apple-owned Graphic Symbols."
Rogue Amoeba has released Airfoil Speakers Touch [App Store], a remote speakers application which lets you stream audio from your Mac or PC to your iPhone. The application requires Airfoil to be running on your computer which lets you select which applications to stream. Airfoil for Mac is $25 and is available as a free trial at Rogue Amoeba's website. Streaming audio from the app isn't quite fast enough for watching video unless it's locally stored on your machine. It's definitely worth a try!