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At Tapadoo we like to share what we’re learning. On our blog you can find updates about our projects and our thoughts on where the mobile app industry is headed.

Another outing for Velvet Rope

Those of you who attended the appys last Thursday may have spotted the app being used to sign people in. Yes. Samsung gave "Velvet Rope" another outing. The appys were a great night. Many of our good buddies from XCake were winners; Congratulations to Axonista,...

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Velvet Rope

I love new interesting projects. This is a case in point. We already knew the guys in Samsung Ireland; After all they preloaded 2 of our Apps on the Galaxy S-II; We've been regular attendees at their developer events, and also at the odd product launch. This time,...

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We all have our rock stars

It was interesting to watch how twitter lit up around midnight. I'd reckon that about 90% of my twitter stream was made up of people's thoughts on the fact that Steve Jobs has resigned. It was overwhelmingly positive; There's the odd mention that people should get...

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Welcome, Jason

Today I can announce that we've added a new member to the team. And with a new team member comes new capabilities. Jason Connery joins tapadoo where he's going to have a primary focus on Android App development. Jason brings a wealth of server side API development...

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New App – Irish Sports Council Medications Checker

I always like announcing new releases; We don't always get to showcase our work; Some of the work we do would be "proof of concept" apps which are used to sell ideas internally in a company, others are "white label" type deals where our client is selling on. But then...

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PSN Outage – Here’s what will have to be clarified

So PSN had an outage, and it is possible that all credit card details have been compromised. Sony have stated that credit card details, without CVV numbers may have been breached. I've worked on a PCI compliant secure credit card store in the past, so I've some...

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The “iPad killer” is on the way

No it isn't. If you're a journalist and you write a prophetic article on the iPad killer you are either looking for attention from trolls, or are dumb. I wrote about the "iPhone Killer" last year. Nothing has changed, and all the arguments remain the same. Move along...

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Is this ipa signed for your device?

Its a common issue for iPhone app developers. You sign the build and put it on the web server. You download and it work on your own devices. You send the link to the client and the respond that it doesn't work for them. There's a number of places where you could have...

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