… all whom are or thinking of parsing the City Bikes data for Stockholm.
I felt I needed to write this post since I have been thinking about a “twitter” conversation I had a few weeks ago with some Spanish dude.
Since I have the sole right to the Clear Channel API’s for the Citybikes in Stockholm, I choose not to share these publicly with 3rd parties. This (off course) seems to annoy some people. Shortly after I received a question from an other developer regarding why I don’t want to share these publicly.
I think thats the longest title I could think off… or is it? Anyways… with regards to the questions and/or complaints I have gotten about my (somewhat “crappy”) itunes parser which I wrote in the past, I decided to quickly put together a new parser, just for fetching specific app data.
So, what did I do? Well, it basicly parses the data from the “Apple – iTunes – RSS Generator” and shows it for you in your browser. This could be usefull for those of you that want to implement real-time iTunes appstore data into your website.
About one and a half week ago my app “Flyget – Arlanda” (or in english: Aviation – Arlanda). Now I have send off “Flyget – Skavsta” and “Flyget – Malmö” to Apple and its now in status “Awaiting approval”.
Skavsta is now updated with the correct texts and images on iTunes Connect. Release date is set for 27th, but that means that Apple will have to approve it before that date.
By the end of Januari 2010, my app Stationen Plus made 500+ sales.
Stationen Plus is currently still on the first place in the travel category and has been since a few weeks ago.
Also, this app is in the top100 paid apps for sweden!
Finally, the 2.0.1 version of the Stockholm City Bikes app has been approved and available on the AppStore.
Please let me know what you think!