Developers, start working on improving your keyword choices and (potentially annoying) plans to get five-star user reviews since Apple has been fiddling with the App Store's method for sorting applications over the past two weeks. With an adjusted algorithm in-tow, the App Store no longer emphasizes application names in the order it lists aps. Instead, the more finely-tuned search system has been placing its sorting weight on user ratings, keywords, and app descriptions.
You don’t make it to 750 million friends without a few critics. Thankfully for Facebook, those critics are only expressing negativity over a buggy iPhone app. Over 65% of reviews on the App Store for the Facebook app are unanimously unfavorable, rating the app one stars out of a possible
Mactracker is an app that lets you look up info on every Apple product since time began. Ok, maybe not EVERY Apple product, but it's pretty complete. Specs for each machine, including type of RAM, maximum OS, and even startup chime are included in this app. You Mac users may already be familiar with Mactracker's desktop counterpart which shares the same database of info. The iPhone version doesn't include images of the products, but we're guessing it won't be long until those are added. Mactracker is free, awesome, and a must-have for anyone who may need to look up Mac deets at a moment's notice. I'm looking at you, Genius Bar guy. Check it out! [App Store]