Have you made an iOS or Android app with LiveCode and published it in an app store?
benr_mc at cogapp.com
Fri Dec 2 15:50:30 EST 2011
Many thanks to the folks who've so far taken the time to report their apps at
34 apps so far (but only one on Android - can that be correct?). If you've
published a mobile app in an app store, that was made with LiveCode, please
take a moment to add the details at the above URL.
If you want to see a somewhat frustrating view of the data, you can get that at:
when it looks like all that will respond have done so, I'll present the data
in a more useful format app by app, and post that in this list.
On 30/11/2011 22:07, Ben Rubinstein wrote:
> About 9 months ago, a few months after the first LiveCode-made app was
> accepted into Apple's app store, I posted a message on the dev list asking
> anyone who'd now had an app published on the app store to stick their hands
> up. I was surprised and impressed with the results.
> It's now thirteen months since that first app was accepted; and from remarks
> on the list I think quite a few more people have published apps into Apple's
> app store, and now we're also able to make Android apps. But AFAIK there's no
> way to tell from an app store whether any given app was made with LiveCode.
> So, to satisfy my curiosity, I'm asking the same question again.
> If you've made an app with LiveCode for Android, iPhone or iPad, and offered
> it on an app store, and don't mind telling the world about it, please take a
> moment to complete this very brief (one page, four mandatory questions, four
> optional questions) data collection form:
> The system should allow you to complete it multiple times - if you've got more
> than one app, please complete it for each one.
> I'll publish all the results back to this list - so don't mention anything you
> don't want to say publicly!
> Thanks in advance,
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