My webOS Apps: A great tool for webOS developers
Posted by Shane O'Sullivan on February 18, 2010
I’ve just released a beta trial version of my newest app called “My webOS Apps”. It is a tool for developers on the webOS platform to keep track of the apps they have submitted to Palm. You can install it on your Palm Pre or Pixi by tapping the link below as soon as it becomes available in the Palm App Catalog – it’s been submitted and approved so it should show up quite soon.
My webOS Apps logs in to your account at developer.palm.com and retrieves a list of your apps, their download count and user ratings. It runs in the background and notifies you when an app has been approved or rejected. It tracks your downloads over time and shows you a graph of them. Note that these are the real download counts, not including the updates like all other sites use, which are usually highly inaccurate.
The app is currently only available in the Beta feed of the app catalog, and the trial expires on March 7th. I expect to finish the first version of the app over the coming week and will submit it for inclusion in the App Catalog.
Please give me feedback on the beta version. What would you like to see in it? What kind of data would you like tracked? What would you like to be able to do with your data?