Archive for July, 2010

The Cardinal App: Your Music Is The Message
July 30th, 2010 | Daniel Lemmon

This review comes with a preface regarding social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook. If you’re not a participant on either, then sorry kids, this app isn’t for you. But for those of you who are connected, then this has a little more bearing on you.

I’m relatively new to the social media world in the grand scheme of things. But what I’m not new to is the music scene. One of my greatest passions in life is music. The creation, enjoyment and proliferation of music drives my soul. So when I first opened up Cardinal Music I had one thing to say: where have you been all my social media life?

The Flap Jack Finder: A Local Surprise
July 13th, 2010 | Connor Turner

If you’ve been keeping a casual eye on the Calgary iPhone Development community over the past two years, chances are The Karo Group’s The Flap Jack Finder was your first introduction to a locally developed and calgary-centric iPhone application. I know for me, it was the first hint that there was a iPhone development community […]

29 Apps & Growing: A yycApps Update
July 10th, 2010 | Connor Turner

Things have been quite busy for over the past few months, so we thought we’d send you a quick little update on the growth of this site, the development of the Developers page, and the growth of the community in general.

The first big news is that we’re finally starting to catch-up on the massive back log of Apps that we’ve recieved from the Calgary iPhone Development Community. As you can see from our recent posts, we’re slowly working on adding new reviews, but more importantly we’ve add 29 apps to our Calgary Developed Apps page.

The listed apps include everything from major local app successes (Sigma, Tapforms, Own This World) to small independently developed apps (Birthdays, myDomains, XForm) to everything in between (Stylmee, Poker Genius, Beefy Boards, etc.,).

The apps that have currently been added are: