Brent has been working hard on TapLynx for the iPad ever since the SDK became available. But let me back up a second here and point out that TapLynx apps should work on the iPad anyway: most iPhone apps will. However, we want to take full advantage of the iPad layout and so we will be happy to introduce TapLynx for the iPad in the near future. It won’t be ready by the 27th because we also wanted to include a lot of the features that our users have requested, so we’ll keep you posted.
As a TapLynx developer, here’s what you should keep in mind:
* Make sure you test your TapLynx app on an actual iPad. The simulator is one thing, but the behavior and look of your app could be different on the device itself.
* We’re focused on including features that you have requested. We want your apps to be rich, gorgeous, and flexible on both the iPhone and the iPad. TapLynx isn’t just another cookie-cutter app maker, it’s for developers wanting to pursue quality content-based apps.
* And finally, we’re just as excited as you about the iPad! W00t!! We’ve all been hit by love tasers!