Mobspot Facebook App

by Shane Isbell » Thu, 08 Jul 2010 02:41:40 GMT


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 It looks like these guys at MobSpot are thinking along the same lines as me
for ZappMarket, using facebook to discover and promote applications.

 http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2010/07/07/mobspot-turns-to-your-facebook-friends-for-app-recommendations/ 

MobSpot is only for iPhone apps (for now). If you guys want to get in on
this for Android head over to  http://apps.facebook.com/zappmarket. MobSpot 
has 35 apps, ZappMarket has 12. Do you still want to let all the iPhone guys
beat us poor Android developers?

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Shane Isbell (Founder of ZappMarket)
 http://apps.facebook.com/zappmarket/ 
 http://twitter.com/zappandroid 

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