The workflow for getting an app on your iPhone from iTunes is so broken. There should be a Send to iPhone feature that pushes the app directly to your phone's homescreen, as if you downloaded it directly on the phone. No syncing necessary.
over 1 year ago
How exactly did you read my mind? :P
Anyhow, I would love to see your take on supporting multiple devices. Awesome idea BTW.
Gonna be that guy: Android does that :)
@Jason Krieger had no idea. Awesome.
This feature seems so obvious yet we're still stuck syncing from our computers. Good shot.
@Ian Silber Yea, it's kinda cool. From the website I can pick which device even that I want to send the app to.
It already works nearly like this, doesn't it? Once you download something in iTunes App Store it automatically downloads right to your device. No syncing.
about 1 year ago
@Michael Dolejš a couple people mentioned that but it doesn't seem to work that way for me. Wonder if I don't have some setting turned on.
@Ian Silber Have you enabled syncing your iPhone over wifi? That might be it, but I am not sure. My settings are pretty default.
Nice concept but wait, that iOS icon looks giant. Or am I just on something?
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