René Micout rene.micout at numericable.com
Sat May 1 10:02:19 EDT 2010

Dear Richmond,
I think it is possible to create application for iPad without putting it into the App Store.
For my own it is enough... My application (my project are not to be sold)
But how many people (here) make application
1. for themselves
2. directly for a company (App store > not necessary...)
3. free (gratuit !)
That is the question
Bon souvenir de Paris

Le 1 mai 2010 à 15:54, Richmond Mathewson a écrit :

> Oddly enough I see that RunRev are still marketing their
> revMobile (which I understand to work with Windows mobile
> as well as the iPhone OS):
> "We will be introducing a brand new product, revMobile,
> which will initially support Maemo, Windows Mobile,
> the iPhone and iPad."
> However, as far as I can understand, while revMobile
> supports iPhone and iPad; Apple doesn't support
> revMobile on these platforms.
> "you'll be able to use revTalk rather than Objective-C"
> try telling that to Steve Jobs.
> The question I have is not about revMobile's capabilities
> as such, but why it is still being touted for iPhone and
> iPad after everything that wasn't built "Steve's way"
> was excluded from the App store.
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