Jon Atherton Wobble Marketing

Wobble iBoobs has been cruising along very nicely for over two years now, with well over a million installs and income of more than $500,000 in that time.

We’ve been working on some other projects but have now decided to bring Wobble up to date, with a big list of improvements.

Last year we launched 3D and the HD versions which saw a large number of downloads and updates, for our next trick we’re adding all the features which users have ever suggested :-) plus some innovative new ideas and control functions that are pretty entertaining.

It’s also time for a revamp, we’ve engaged IconFactory to give Wobble a bit of a tart up, and I think you’ll like what we have in store!

So stay tuned :-)

iPad 2

Returned home to find my shiny new iPad 2 waiting for me. So far a few things to note:
1. quite a bit faster than iPad, rendering of pages is instant and scrolling doesn’t seem to cause breaks in rendering.
2. glass is somehow more slippery, feels better
3. same weight, but a bit thinner
4. home button doesn’t click as loudly which is good

Facebook to Devs: Get ready for Credits

Facebook’s virtual currency, “Facebook Credits,” is getting very close to its full launch: a post on the Facebook developer blog explains some of the full terms of the system and what developers can expect as the currency continues to roll out slowly.

We might use it as a billing system for our new App – as well as iPhone Appstore sales – this should cover nearly all the market.

It might be a way around the Android billing problem too – as an Australian iPhone development company, we can’t develop for Android yet and get paid – so it will have to be a free app on Android and upgrade via Facebook or iPhone!

(Credit: Facebook)

via Facebook to developers: Get ready for Credits | The Social – CNET News.

Background Play – App iPhone

C-SPAN Radio for iPhone app streams audio in background while other apps are in use

The latest version of the C-SPAN Radio app (v.1.1, free) for Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch now offers "Background Play."

Upon running the app, users are asked if they’d like to "play stream in background?"

If you answer "yes," the app’s "Background Play" will use "Mobile Safari to play the station’s stream so you can use other apps at the same time."

The free C-SPAN Radio app for Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch is available via Apple’s App Store here.

via MacDailyNews.