Linux App review (Ailurus)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 8, 2010
I just published an app review for Ailurus, a configuration tool for Ubuntu and Fedora LINK
I wanted to know what you thought of the app and if your experiences were close to mine (see the review for more details)
Also, I was interested in suggestions you might have for my next app review. I just want the app to be accessible to everyone (i.e. not a command-line tool), not so popular (not preinstalled in the major distros) and useful. Do you have any suggestions?
in the meanwhile, you can read my review here http://techhaze.com/2010/06/linux-app-ailurus/
Thanks in advance for your thoughts, comments, and suggestions
LXer: Dropbox Android App Review
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 2, 2010
Published at LXer:
In my previous Dropbox article, I highlighted that Dropbox had released apps for the Android, iOS and Blackberry platforms. These enabled Dropbox users to access their data while on the move. However, the apps, especially the Android one, was very much in its infancy and there were a lot of basic functions that it lacked. Dropbox has recently updated its Android app and I thought it was a good time to review the app.
Facebook App Review Process apparently makes impossible to any Vuforia + Unity + FB Plugin app to be public
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 5, 2014
I have a big problem with an iOS App using Vuforia and Unity with a valid Facebook Plugin, the problem comes not in the plugin itself (that works properly), but in the Facebook Review process to make the App public and let all users in. I need urgently help, let me explain you:
Today doing tests on the finished app with my client, I realized that when using a valid Facebook Plugin (or any other Facebook implementation) with an user that is not the Facebook User Owner of the app (in this case me), Facebook request you to go to "App Status and Review" to click on:
"Do you want to make this app and all its live features available to the general public? YES| NO"
This was traditionally allowed to be clicked, but today its not. The option is not allowed.
"Yes" would make the app accesible to everybody. But this option (YES) is not available a priori, because the App needs first to pass a FB review process, in particular a Facebook Review Process to determine if the App is in agreement w
LXer: Aupeo review: great music, disappointing app
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 3, 2011
Published at LXer:
Aupeo, a Pandora-like music streaming service, has just rolled a redesigned website along with its first smartphone app for Android and iOS devices. Although its wide range of music, genres, subgenres, and preference-tuning features are impressive, Aupeo’s eye-candy-rich Android/iOS app is frustrating to use. The service is also usable via web access on Linux, Windows, and iOS desktops.
LXer: SMPlayer YouTube Browser Review A Good App with Wasted Potential
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 30, 2015
Published at LXer:
SMTube or SMPlayer YouTube Browser is a dedicated app that can be used to view or download videos from the YouTube platform. It has an interesting functionality that is not really exploited properly on the Linux platform.
App Store Leave a Review/Rate iOS 8 Swift
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 25, 2015
I have a cell in the settings table view where i want to send the users straight to the Appstore and open the app page so they can leave a review. There is plenty of content about that in Stackoverflow but none worked for me in iOS8 with Swift.
Xcode 7 GM Seed Cannot submit to App Store for review
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 15, 2015
Today, I have uploaded a binary that was built in Xcode 7 GM Seed. Everything is good but when I submit for review the ituneconnect page said :
Invalid sdk value. The value provided for the sdk portion of
LC_VERSION_MIN_IPHONEOS in lmnk.app/lmnk is 9.0 which is greater than
the maximum allowed value of 8.4. Invalid Toolchain. New apps and app
updates must be built with the public (GM) versions of Xcode 6 or
later, and iOS 8 SDK or later. Don't submit apps built with beta
Could you give me a suggestion for this case.
I have received an email from Apple Store: on 09/10/2015
We have discovered one or more issues with your recent submission for "My app ***". To process your submission, the following issues must be corrected:
Invalid Toolchain - New apps and app updates must be built with the public (GM) versions of Xcode 6 or later, and iOS 8 SDK or later. Don't submit apps built with beta software.
Once these issues have been correcte
How to submit a demo phone number to App Store review?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: August 22, 2015
I'm submitting an iPhone app to the App Store for review. However, it was rejected for this reason:
We began the review of your app but are not able to continue because
we need a demo account to fully assess your app features.
Specifically, we need a demo phone number to access your app.
The app I submitted has someone type in their phone number, and we connect them via SMS to another user who's also installed and used the app. So, in order to see how the app works, the App Store team needs to verify a phone number.
However, I can't figure out how to give them a phone number they can use as a demo account that also sends and receives texts. Could someone help out?
Comparison and Review of Xubuntu vs. Manjaro (Arch)(Xfce) on a Netbook
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 13, 2013
Story: My mother works at a pawn shop, and therefore she gets a discount. And when my laptop failed (HDD) I needed something to do school work on before buying my college laptop, so I bought a netbook for $30. Yes I realized I could just buy a new HDD, but my laptop was falling apart anyways. This brought up the question, which OS to run on it? I was going to try Lubuntu (for the first time), but seeing as 12.10 wasn't out yet I decided to go with Xubuntu. That's what brought me to this point.
HP Mini 110-3510NR
Dual Core 1.66GHz Intel Atom CPU N455
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150
1GB DDR3 Ram (will upgrade to 2GB)
Dell/Broadcom BCM4313 Wireless
And I think that's everything relevant.
NOTE: Same kernel was in use in Both OSes
Being a netbook, I didn't expect much at all so I started out with the default Xubuntu 12.10 install. From there I went on to install all the codecs and other proprietary software ubuntu doesn't carry by default so
Apple app store or app store apps on ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 28, 2012
I've been looking for this over the past week and I haven't found a single good thread on this topic. I've recently migrated from Windows 7 to Ubuntu and have found that wine is working pretty great in order to launch older windows games etc...
What I haven't figured out is that if it's possible to launch apps that I've downloaded from Apple App store (for example for iPad) on Ubuntu Linux? Let's say I have bought a book from Apple App Store for iPad and I want to launch it on my laptop which is running Ubuntu Linux; Is it possible at this point to view the same book from my laptop at all?
I know there's a project called iEmu but it seems to be at quite early stages..
This is purely curiosity on the subject what linux currently can and can not do!
So, how is it? Possible right now? Doable in the future? I'd be interested to read some answers on this topic!
I'm also extremely interested in other crossplatform projects... For example running Android phone apps via emulator on a Lin
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