Posted By Paul Kafasis on September 16th, 2008
You may have heard some news over the weekend about an iPhone application called Podcaster. This application was rejected for inclusion in the App Store by Apple, purportedly for “duplicating functionality”. Understandably, developers and others are not thrilled about this.
If you’re interested to read more, you can read my post on the Inside iPhone blog. I also did an excellent podcast with Dave Hamilton of The Mac Observer, Dave Nanian of Shirt Pocket Software, Fraser Speirs of Connected Flow, and Chuck Joiner, host of the Mac Jury. You can give that a listen right here.
It will be interesting to see just how this all shakes out in the coming weeks. Whatever happens, it will have a big impact on future iPhone development.