Apple has been a company that has steadily built up its name with the simplistic look that they give their expanding lineup. They strive on the elegance and the seeming hours of effort they pour in to make their products appeal to most people. Apparently the secret to their magnificence when it comes to packaging has slipped out of the bag.
Apple has just notified registered iPhone app developers that In App Purchasing is now open for free iPhone applications. The new decision enables a lot of new possibilities, and promises to change the way developers make apps and the way we buy them, including eliminating the need for 'Lite' versions of apps.
Tapulous announced yesterday the highly anticipated release of Tap Tap Revenge 3. The new TTR features a redesigned look and more advanced online gameplay, with the ability to send private messages, browse user profiles, and chat with opponents. Tap Tap Revenge 3 is available for $0.99 in the App Store, a significant change over the free releases that Tapulous has delivered in the past.