You welcome Preemptive, it wasn't any sort of trouble at all (I'm just doing my small part for WebOS and the community that has helped me out so much). I just simply started checking on developers that are active or somewhat on WebOS along with going into the HP App Catalog sifting through list of application making my own list of apps and marking the ones that have the highest probability to be saved. I still got a lot more to do and emails to write to developers that I'm trying my best to do tonight (before bedtime). Last night, send more emails to companies like 10tons LTD, ScienceDaily, Gameloft, and so many more.
Originally Posted by Preemptive
I gotten response from Astraware, Under the clouds, PixiLabs software Inc, Hominid Software.... All of these developers have welcome the idea and have share their kindness to allow apps to the Homebrew catalog.
Exempts of Astraware email:
Exempts of Under the Cloud email:
We'd be happy to make our games available to webOS owners for free once the store closes. But to be honest I can't now remember how the process of side-loading works! It it's just a case of making the install files available then I'd be happy to have a page somewhere on our site or let someone else host them.
Exempts of PixiLabs Software Inc. email:
As big fans of the platform too, we are planning to continue to support our webOS application, Iím looking into moving the app into Homebrew channel; didnít have much time yet but hopefully will finalize this week.
Exempts Hominid Software email:
Thanks for contact me about my webOS apps. It would be a pleasure to keep at least my latest application alive for free on webOSNation.
I plan to put them all in the webOS Nation feed over the winter.