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Thread: Keep up to date with new apps?

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    Default Keep up to date with new apps?
    Hello everyone I was under the imoression that the "new" tab in the appstore was a collection of the recently added apps. I now know this to be false. I would like to know if there is a way to screen the apps that come to the appstore as they are added and not to have to go looking for them through the cumbersom UI.

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    that would definitely be a cool feature... i know cydia has it it's called "changes"
    i also noticed that a lot of apps are getting updated now in the appstore... probably because of the 2.0.1FW that was just realeased

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    Go to all apps and sort by release date. Simple
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    Quote Originally Posted by redcard View Post
    Go to all apps and sort by release date. Simple
    this is on the computer on itunes i believe but on the iphone however, go to appstore and featured then click whats new at the top

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    appstotr on iphone is really missing the "whats new" section...

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    The easiest way on an iPhone is to join the RSS or Twitter feed Apple has of newly released apps.

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    Where can i find the APPle feed? I searched google and all i found were thirs party feeds.

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    try this link

    App Store Metrics | Medialets


    i found it online i have nothing to do with them

    refresh it, i saved from the first day i visited the site
    Last edited by rstuvwxyz; 08-06-2008 at 02:46 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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