*A few interesting things in there.
Are there any iOS apps that support the WordPress app?
Would love to be reading feeds, then taking some text and using the action button to send data to the WordPress app for post composition.
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Wonder if this exists already.
The Washington Post writes about Safeway, Safeway enhances its club card rewards program, and how they are using an app to drive consumer loyalty.
Safeway is taking its rewards program a step further with Just For U, an online and mobile coupon application that tailors discounts based on a customer’s shopping history.
Oddly, the Safeway app in the iOS App Store was last updated April, 30, 2012. The version number is 184.108.40.206. Is this the app this story is highlighting?
Hmmmm, maybe the app is called Just For You. It’s unclear at the moment. How many people will keep looking? Will this lead to more people looking for assistance from Safeway? Will the store employees make excuses about how this was rushed and not communicated clearly?
The article would have been more helpful if there was a direct link to the app. Perhaps there is some sort of Washington Post policy against doing so.
Screen capture images from an iPhone in the iOS App Store.
JUST FOR U
To learn about iOS programming and app development.
To learn along with peers that will help keep you on track as you help keep them on track. This is no easy task. There are 43 video and lecture note files.
Cool looking project. Not sure I’ll jump in on it. Could see Realtors and Real Estate agents using it with something like 360Panorama (iOS app, iPhone) to do stellar panoramic images of properties they represent.
Terms of Service – Compliance
See the difference between the two screenshots? The one on the left has the “Shop In Kindle Store” button that takes you to the Kindle store in Amazon.com to buy books. The link was removed to comply with the terms Apple has set forth. I’ve never used that link to buy books. Of the sixty or so, free and paid, books I’ve bought for Kindle, all have been done via the Amazon.com store on a computer.