Appetite.io Allows You To Easily Share The Links To iOS Apps [Updates]

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iPhone apps2   Appetite.io Allows You To Easily Share The Links To iOS Apps [Updates]If your iOS user device is brimming with countless apps, you probably like to share some of the best ones with other users on occasion. A new website service called Appetite.io allows you to upload or send through email a screenshot of your iPhone’s homepage and share links to the apps it detectes in the screenshot.

Appetite.io creates a graphic list of apps captured in the screenshot, along with iTunes Store links for each application.¬†In the app’s beta stage, the service only works for the iPhone, and not other iOS devices. The site’s homepage also includes a link to Ashton Kutcher’s home screen. See the screenshot below.

Appetite 2   Appetite.io Allows You To Easily Share The Links To iOS Apps [Updates]

The list of depicted applications also includes a brief description, price, and the name of the developer. On top of all that, you can claim a unique URL to your list of applications.

In a few trial runs of the service, Appetite.io had trouble making the links, and the screenshots had to be re-uploaded. The site also listed apps there which were not in the screenshot.

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Trial tests also revealed that if you upload a screenshot of apps in a folder, Appetite.io cannot adequately capture the included apps. It’s best to have apps on a single home screen, like the one shown below.

iPhone apps   Appetite.io Allows You To Easily Share The Links To iOS Apps [Updates]

Appetite.io is similar to Homescreen.me, which displays uploaded screenshots of your iOS devices, including the iPad and iPod touch. The Homescreen.me service however does not include links to individual apps.

Appetite.io is a free service, and it does not require registration to use it.

Source: TechCrunch

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Lisa Santika Onggrid

Very good idea, nut the implementation is still quite messy. Would be better as time goes (maybe)

Bakari Chavanu

I agree, Lisa. I’m pretty sure they’re working the bugs out. Thanks for the feedback.

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