Places Where Submit iPhone App Free

You can submit your iPhone App with no cost in following sites:

It increase your marketing as well as downloads.


sqlite3 Framework path for iPhone

In leopard 10.5 while u have to work with sqlite3 database u need to add the framework library to ur iPhone project. The framework path for libSqlite3.0 dylib is:
System->developer->platform->iPhone Simulator->developer->SDKs-> iPhoneSimulator 2.2 sdk->user->lib->

iPhone development Tutorials

1. Minutes to Midnight

2. Bonfire animation

3. openURL



6. Reaction time

7. Speed dial

8. Flickr KML

9. SnowFall

10. Where am I

11. plumb-bob

12. making decisions

13. MyGoogle

14. Sleep Sound

15. ZipWeather

16. World Tour

17. FireBall

18. Homeland Security

19. Mobile Altimeter

20. Temperature Converter

21. iDrum

22. Pumpkin Face

23. Hypno

24. Colors

25. Sierpinski

26. LavaFlow

27. Photo Frame

28. digital clocks

29. Password generator

30. Death Calculator

31. Moolah

32. Video tutorials

33. iPhone game programming

34. iPhone coding resource

35. Creating a web browser

36. Game tutorial-2

37. Game tutorial-3

38. Send email

39. Saving and Reloading from .plist files


41. Build a Simple RSS Reader

42. Apple iPhone Development




46. iPhoneDevSDK Forum

47. First iPhone application

48. ToDoList sqlite 1

49. TodoList sqlite 2

50. ToDoList sqlite3


Apple iPhone, Asia Demand Create Touch-Screen Boom

Apart from the iPhone, demand for touch screens is driven by new phones in Asia that allow the user to write Chinese or Japanese characters on the screen, usually with the aid of a stylus — much easier than entering those characters with a keypad. Most touch sensors are made Asia by companies that are relatively unknown in the United States.



It’s been a good year for touch screens.

The launch of the first iPhone model a year ago boosted interest in the technology tremendously, and the updated model available Friday likely will stoke enthusiasm further. Now touch-screen manufacturers are going flat out, and more devices will soon be controlled by the tip of your finger.

“After the iPhone came out, a lot of mobile-phone companies said ‘Oh, I can make that kind of touch-screen mobile phone, too,'” said Jennifer Colegrove, analyst at iSuppli Corp.

In the U.S., Sprint Nextel Corp. just introduced a touch-screen phone, the Samsung Instinct, that’s very reminiscent of the iPhone. Verizon Wireless this year introduced its first two phones that use touch screens as their main interface. Research In Motion Ltd. is believed to be making a touch-screen version of the BlackBerry. Sony Ericsson is bringing out its first touch-screen model in a few months.

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