Apptism is an iPhone app activity aggregator.
Apptism indexes all iPhone apps from the iTunes App Store and aggregates all of the latest news, reviews, and media related to the iPhone apps.
Apptism's focus is to also provide extensive searching, sorting, and filtering capabilities to help the iPhone community find and track apps within the constantly growing App Store:
- Sort by Recent Activity, Most Active, Popular Apps, Newest Apps, and Updated Apps.
- Filter by Free/Paid, Category, Price, and Activity Type.
Some additional unique features include: Comparisons, Related Apps, e-mail and SMS alerts, Watch List, Version History, and more.
Apptism is currently in beta.
|Apr 1, 2011||slidetoplay.com - GDC 2009: ngmoco’s Neil Young Talks iPhone Dominance|
|Jun 26, 2009||TechCrunch - App Roundup: games, games and more games|
|Feb 11, 2009||ZD Net - App Store surpasses 20,000 apps|
|Feb 11, 2009||TechCrunch - App Store surpasses 20,000 iPhone Apps|
|Feb 11, 2009||Cult of Mac - App Store Inventory Reaches 20,000 Mark|
|Feb 2, 2009||Gigaom - App Store Organization: One Problem, Four Current Solutions|