Whether it's the latest productivity software or the sequel to the best game ever, you can quickly digest it, figure out what's great, what's not so great, and write it up powerfully and succinctly. You're comfortable approaching and talking to developers, and are able to sort through the deluge of new and update apps that hit the store, ditch the duds, and find the gems that'll make our readers lives better (or just more fun). You understand embargoes, NDAs, and deadlines, but most of all, you love apps and love helping others get the most out of them.
UPDATE: We've gotten hundreds and hundreds of submissions! Thank you all so much! Tomorrow is that last day we'll be accepting them, and then we'll go through them over the next week or two (we want to give all of them a fair reading!). We're aiming to pick well, not fast! So if you haven't submitted anything yet, please do! If you have, you'll be hearing from us soon-ish!
You're also informed an opinionated about kids apps, family apps, educational apps, and all other things good and right in the universe. You, yes you, are the perfect person to be iMore's next app writer/editor!
If this describes and appeals to you, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject reading "iMore app writer submission", include at least one (1) sample app announcement/news article and one (1) sample app review article, and we'll explore the next steps together.