This Week in iPhone and iPad News – April 2/2010

iPhone App Developed To Control NASA Robot Want to drive a NASA robot on Mars? There’s an app for that.

Star Wars Cantina: Your Own Wretched Hive of Scum and Villainy, In Your iPhone Coming soon to an iPhone near you, “Star Wars Cantina”, a Diner Dash-like game set in the Star Wars universe.

How to Make an HTML5 iPhone App A nice tutorial on how to use HTML5 in your next iPhone app.

Apple Launching iPad with Explicit Content in App Store Apple has recently segregated explicit content into its own category on the App Store.

Apple to Launch New Mobile Ad Platform? “iAD”, Apple’s own mobile ad platform, is set to launch on April 7th, 2010.

Facebook | App Store Now you can browse the App Store from the comfort of Facebook. Includes the ability to share your favorite apps with your friends among other features.

The Ultimate Gamer’s Guide to Apple’s iPad With the iPad coming out this weekend, take a look at some of the games that are being targeted for the device (updated frequently).

New iPhone This Summer; Verizon Model Could Be Ready By Fall In addition to the new iPad, it looks like the iPhone is going to be ready for a new hardware refresh later this year and we might possibly also see the iPhone becoming available on Verizon for the first time.

Medialets Rolls Out Universal SDK for iPhone and iPad Ads Now publishers and developers of iPhone and iPad applications can use a new SDK to switch between ad networks and first-party ad servers.

MapQuest Brings Free Voice Navigation to the iPhone MapQuest 4 Mobile is a free GPS navigation app for the iPhone that includes “basic voice guidance”.

Flash Comes to the iPad…At least for Advertisers iFlash Ad Units from Greystrip ports Flash ad units into a format the iPad can display.

Starbucks Now Letting You Pay For Your Coffee Fix Via iPhone in 1,000+ Target Stores

ScoreLoop Launches White Label Service for iPhone App Monetization ScoreLoop is a white label social platform helping developers add social features to their iPhone and Android apps and it now includes support for monetizing their apps.

WolframAlpha Drops iPhone App Price by 96% to $1.99, Offers Refunds The powerful website WolframAlpha recently deployed an iPhone application at an initial price of $49.99 but has recently reduced the price to $1.99. They are now offering refunds for those users who purchased it at the original price.

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