January 14, 2009 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Fairfield, New Jersey - What's On iPhone, the original and premier iPhone Application Review and Rating site, has launched the Developer's Corner. This new feature provides developer's direct access to their customers and offers an open means of communication. Developers are able to provide promotional codes, Beta testing sign up, Q&A, and general application discussions directly with potential and existing users of the developers applications. Using open forums, existing infrastructure, and a series of Web 2.0 features, What's On iPhone expects this new area to expand at a rapid rate.
What's On iPhone has been providing iPhone application reviews and ratings since before the iPhone's App Store launched last summer. Dimitri Vorona, one of the founder's of What's On iPhone said, "Since we had such huge success during our recent application holiday giveaway, and since we have been in constant contact with so many developers since our launch, this seemed like the natural progression for our site. Until now, there hasn't been an easy way for developers to connect with their users, and we are happy to facilitate that on What's On iPhone."
What's On iPhone Features:
* Complete listing of all Applications found in App Store
* Application Reviews
* Application Ratings by Readers and Editors
* Promotional Giveaways
* Easy to Use, Organized Interface
What's On iPhone provides readers with access to information of more than 13,000 iPhone applications. In addition, ratings, reviews, and now direct communication with developers, has helped grow What's On iPhone to over 175,000 unique visitors with close to a million views.
Located in New Jersey, What's On iPhone was founded to provide iphone application reviews, ratings, and a central location where developers can connect with their customers. In addition to launching What's On iPhone, the partners run a successful software development business. Copyright 2009 What's On iPhone. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.