MacVoices #9118: Paul Kafasis Talks About Why Rogue Amoeba Is Discontinuing Their iPhone App Development

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Rogue Amoeba CEO Paul Kafasis recently announced on the company’s blog that they are discontinuing development for the iPhone platform. Paul talks candidly about the challenges they have faced in the iPhone app approval process in general and in particular, and the business aspects that led him to his position. Rogue Amoeba is not the first Mac developer to abandon the iPhone platform because of the approval process. Paul compares his position with others, explains why the process doesn’t seem to scale, and offers some ideas to help solve the problem.
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