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Fart!! Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Rob LeFebvre on April 1st, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: JUICY
Best. Fart Sim. Evar.
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Fart Machine Extreme Review

iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
By Jeff Scott on April 1st, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: FARTACULAR VARIETY
If you buy just one fart app this week, this is the one for you. Fart Machine Extreme includes all of the farting excellence you'd find in nine different fart apps -- all in one.
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Fart Studio Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Jeff Scott on April 1st, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: DJ JAZZY FARTS
Farts as a musical instrument. Hell yes, this app does it.
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Announcing Our Newest Top List: Top 148 Fart Apps

Posted by Jeff Scott on April 1st, 2011

April Fools! This post is part of our 2011 April Fools Joke.

We're very proud to announce our latest list. We strained a bit to come up with this, but in the end, it came out great.

Tracking the top 148 fart apps isn't as easy as you might think. There are a lot of factors to consider. Sound, loudness, resonance, user experience, and of course, overall sales. We think we've come up with a great mix of all those factors and we present to you, our top 148.

Without further ado, the Top 148 All Time Best Fart Apps.

Tweetie 1.2 Released - Did Someone Step on a Duck?

Posted by Jeff Scott on January 16th, 2009
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED :: Read Review »

Tweetie, in our opinion the king of iPhone Twitter clients, has been updated with some really great features -- and some Popularity EnhancemEnts (or PEE) that users have been clamoring for.

In what is a first on any platform and an absolute dream come true to the iPhone community, Tweetie, updated tonight to version 1.2, has added two features that users have been asking to be combined into a single app since the iPhone was first released. Loren Brichter, the developer of Tweetie, has answered user demands and released a single app that has the ability to function as two of the most popular apps in the app store. Oh, and it does some Twitter stuff too.

Tweetie is a multiple account capable Twitter client that just nails the user interface. It's a rock solid and feature packed application. The new version adds some great features like Instapaper integration, a landscape keyboard, swipe controls, block/unblock of users, and draft saving.

Tweetie is a $2.99 Twitter client that, in our opinion, is the best available on the iPhone. The best new feature has to be the new quick swipe control in the UI. You can swipe over a tweet (a twitter message), and quickly reply to, view the details of the user, or mark as a tweet as a favorite. Much quicker than the previous requirement of going to another screen to do those things.

These new features add to the already fantastic full featured interface of Tweetie. I has everything you could need, Twitter search integration, search favorites, multiple accounts, picture integration, location integration, inline web and image viewer, nearby (location services based) searches, and much more.

Oh yeah, and if you go to settings and click advanced and turn the popularity enhancement on, all of your dreams will come true and Tweetie will become the most perfect app, ever.

Apple Rejects App Due to Limited Utility

Posted by Jeff Scott on September 4th, 2008

Apple, apparently still sore from the lashing it took over approving the I Am Rich application has started rejecting application it deems has having limited use. While this is not detailed anywhere in the developer agreements or store agreements, Apple now has the ability to do so. One of the problems with the App Store is that developers are 100% reliant on Apple for everything. They control to the keys to the store.

The app in question is a simple fart sound board application. Stupid yes, but there are hundreds of limited utility applications in the store. So this reason for rejection doesn't make much sense. Seems as though Apple doesn't like fart sounds as there was another application, Whoopie Cushion from developer DoApp rejected for another reason, community standards.

The real risk with this is that developers may spends hundreds of hours on an application and have it rejected for reasons not listed in the agreement -- or worse yet, based on the reviewers opinion.

[via Daring Fireball ]