Thursday, September 9, 2010

Apple to introduce guidelines for the apps

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After two years of little guidance, Apple has announced that it will introduce guidelines for Applications in its App store, as reported by the Associated Press. There are are currently over 250,000 apps available. For the past two years, the developers of these programs would submit their applications with no structure during development, leaving some with Apps that were not approved. Also, they've lifted the ban on using third-party development tools that ''translate'' code written for another platform.

Will this encourage more apps from Pharma companies that will allow the digital tracking of health to increase?

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