Google Voice app, Basic interpreter hit App Store. New era begins?
A Google Voice app, GV Connect, and a Basic Interpreter, by way of Commodore 64, have both been approved and are now in the iTunes App Store.
These types of apps have been rejected, left in limbo, or pulled in the past. Following Apple's recent change of developer license and publication of plain-language approval guidelines, they're in the store.
[GV Connect on iTunes - $2.99, Commodore 64 on iTunes - $4.99]
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