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    Default i have an idea
    why not bring back isolitare, i tried the other solitare games on the app store but its not as good n simple, i just hope they bring this back in cydia

    anyone with me? oh ya, they should make isim return too
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    YES!
    I played iSolitare all the time at work. Please port it over to 2.1! I love that game, its so simple and works so well.

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    solitaire top three is the same game written by the same developer as the old isolitaire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhz1 View Post
    solitaire top three is the same game written by the same developer as the old isolitaire.
    So basiclly we don't have a free version anymore
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    Quote Originally Posted by sziklassy View Post
    So basiclly we don't have a free version anymore
    like so many other once free apps
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath_rox View Post
    like so many other once free apps
    Greed overcomes all I guess :/
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    thanks for letting me know it is out there!

    Just downloaded it. I really dont mind paying for apps. Yes I was once spoiled too, seeing all these apps I had for free, now paying for them.

    A little tip, I you have any spare change, bring it to a coinstar and have it changed into an iTunes gift card, that way they wont charge their fee and you can use it on apps, like solitare. I did that and had over $20!

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    great idea on the change. My 18 year old son had over $90 in change that he converted before leaving for college. That was just change he had accumulated for maybe a year. One of my other sons just converted $63 in change.
    Regarding paying for apps, there are quite a few good free apps in the AppStore and many good $0.99 apps. Only a few apps are more than a few dollars. If you think about the fact that a pc or xbox 360 game is somewhere at $50 appstore apps are quit affordable. Yes, I realize that there is much less functionality but still.
    The way I see it us that the developers used installer and cydia as a way to test their apps knowing at some point appstore would come. Some developers fall into what I will call the hobbyist category and can offer free apps. Others are developers as their means of earning a living and must charge.
    Yes I was spoiled with free apps but since appstore' arrival I've maybe only spent a total of $50 on apps most being free or $0.99.

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