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    Only asking because I've haven't seen any new apps in the past two days and everything from that batch seems like shovelware. Asphalt 6 was the only good update in the past week or so. Are there like no developers making for WebOS right now or is the approval process for WebOS super slow?
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    HP has to approve and they don't work weekends or holidays. HP controls the app catalog.
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    Apps can take a week or more to be reviewed and upped to the App Catalog. There's quite a backlog by all accounts.
    My published and impending WebOS apps -
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    Ya, didn't think about the weekend thing. Right now I'm mainly just waiting for a decent RPG. Even an 8-bit turn based RPG would be perfect.
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    Yes, they review them before they're submitted. That's why webOS and iOS don't get malware like Android does ;]
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    This is a bit off topic, but how much would it cost for someone to turn a website into a webOS app making maybe small graphical adjustments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bearzy View Post
    This is a bit off topic, but how much would it cost for someone to turn a website into a webOS app making maybe small graphical adjustments.
    Depends on who you ask/how much coding is required
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    Thanks for the response. The website uses Elgg framework, its pretty much PHP, Javascript, CSS/HTML stuff and similar to Formspring. Let's say for example that one wanted to make Formspring into a application, what would that cost?

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