Now, we’re on the iPhone: together.
Will you share this space with us? Start today by answering these questions:
1. Do you have an iPhone app? Yes? Tell us how to find you/it.
2. What iPhone app could not live without?
3. What would you like the Wired PR Works iPhone app to do for you?
Right now, you get a blog and a twitter feed. I’m already thinking about the upgrade, so fire away . . .
Thinking about creating your own iPhone app? I’m working on a how to post for that. For now, here are four thoughts to share . . .
1. CNET may review every new iPhone app. In this instance, it’s more of a listing than a review. Still, it’s really cool to see your app on the site. Warning: friends and family may not be impressed.
2. “Cool!” and “What does it do?” will be the two most frequent responses to your iPhone app announcement. I didn’t think about what mine would do until someone asked me about it, which leads me to . . .
3. It’s best if you know how iPhone apps work and you can say you know how to use them. I don’t. I have an HTC that runs on Windows mobile. I have never used an iPhone app. I will get an iPhone in May when my contract runs out – at least that’s the plan.
4. So . . . ask someone with an iPhone why they’d want to use yours. What should it do? Thanks to Tara Reed for encouraging me to set mine up. Here’s the story of how I set up my first iPhone application.
My iPhone App Description
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