Curation

You may not know that I have a couple of iPhone apps which I’ve submitted to the Apple store, and which have not been approved because of a lack of polish or focused value to the people who would buy them. It’s a pain for me, but in the end I have to be thankful that Apple takes an interest in the quality of what’s on the store.

I was just browsing the Windows 8 App Store and found two “Top Paid” apps, one called “Word++” and one called “Windows Media Player 9”, neither one from Microsoft, but each looking as close as they can to being an actual Microsoft app. I’m not impressed that Microsoft can’t keep that kind of fraud-ware out of their store.

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