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Pirate a Siddur and You're Going to Jail

OCTOBER 15, 2009

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I was happy to see my first shareware app, MyZip, show up on a serialz list only weeks after release. It showed that my app was worth stealing. What I was not prepared for what the immediate impact it had on business. Literally the money stopped coming in...

Opt Out of Siddur Map

OCTOBER 8, 2009

There is a fun feature in the iPhone Siddur that shows some of the people who are using the Siddur at the time you are using it. This is a feature we released in our social update back in December 2008. You can see it yourself by going to the Siddur, clicking on "More" and then clicking on "Map...

Vote For Our Gap iPhone App

OCTOBER 2, 2009

You know that feeling you get when you go to a Gap store? The music, the ease of finding cool clothes, and the wonder of whether it’s within your price range? These are all incorporated into our contest entry for the best Gap iPhone App run by the Mobclix people...

Why I Switched BACK from Gmail Push on my iPhone

SEPTEMBER 24, 2009

Google made the official announcement that I can now use iPhone’s push technology to get notified when I get a new message. I jumped on board and quickly retreated. Here is what I experienced:

The directions were extremely clear and they worked just fine...

Upgrade Chabad Siddur

SEPTEMBER 21, 2009

With version 4.1 of the iPhone Siddur now being available, a new feature has been unlocked for the Chabad community that prays using the Nusach Ari Siddur. We have worked out a deal with the Kehot Publication Society to have the official, copyrighted Nusach, available in our Siddur...

iPhone Siddur 4.1 Approved

SEPTEMBER 17, 2009

Great news, just in time for the holidays (not that you should use the iPhone Siddur on the holidays), Apple has approved version 4.1 of the Siddur...

Building Audio Cue Data in Adobe Soundbooth CS4

SEPTEMBER 16, 2009

One of RustyBrick's newest iPhone apps, Goldilocks and the Three Bears lets youngsters take advantage of the iPhone's touch screen with its 'press to speak' functionality. In both modes, anyone can tap a word to hear it spoken. In 'read to me' mode, the words are highlighted as the narrator reads them...

Shabbat Shalom in Hebrew for iPhone


With the iPhone expected to be fully (minus songs in iTunes) supported by three major mobile providers in Israel either this month or in October 2009, we have decided to start localizing our some of our iPhone apps into Hebrew...

Apple's Issue with iCal Subscriptions for iPhone Siddur Events

AUGUST 25, 2009

Updated: Please see our new article on how this works over here.

In version 4.0 of the iPhone Siddur we came up with a nifty way to allow people to pull the Luach (calendar events) portion of the Siddur directly into their iPhone calendar.

We noticed that when version 3...

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