Just in time for Black Friday, PopSci's new Tech Buyer's Guide iPhone app is available free in the App store. It's a portable version of the Tech Buyer's Guide here on the site, so it's packed with product recommendations and buying advice across 17 categories of tech, from netbooks to DSLRs to Blu-ray players. In addition, each product has a Price Check button, so you can tell instantly if the price you're looking at in a store really is the best one. It's the perfect shopping companion.
Download the app for free here [link opens iTunes].
In the previous two installments of this series, we labored through some ornery hardware wrangling and tested our mettle with some serious Objective-C coding, now it's time to deliver our app to the masses.
The third and final installment in this series takes our App to market, err, the App Store.
In the first part of this series, we covered the "nuts and bolts" for assembling a workable iPhone app development platform. Now that our desktop is cluttered with a mess of cables, it's time to roll up our sleeves and start cobbling some code together.
Love it or hate it, it's tough to argue about the success of the Apple App Store. While this venture might be a successful cash cow business model for Apple, how does business fare for the app developer? Pretty good, it turns out.