Adding applications to Installer: Your Repository, the free ‘AppStore’

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  1. jeppeb

    jeppeb New Member

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    Your Repository is a personal repository service with which you can make your own, personal, repository. So you have only the apps you want in Installer showing up.
    But now, you can also add your own applications/themes/ebooks to it. So that means a free ‘AppStore’. It’s very simple, the only thing you have to do is:
    - Make a ZIP file (Mac OS compatible)
    - Upload it (I recommend Google Pages or Code)
    - Fill in the form on http://yourrepository.com/add
    And your application will appear in the list at http://yourrepository.com. People can add it to their custom repository, OR add ‘http://yourrepository.com/name-of-your-app’ to their installer.
    Moreover, the interface of Your Repository has been completely updated, it now looks, and works, much better.

    (Note: It’s still in beta, so if something is not working properly, don’t hesitate to contact me: iphone@jeppeb.nl)
  2. agarwal1

    agarwal1 New Member

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    Isn't this the exact the same thing as iappcat?
  3. jeppeb

    jeppeb New Member

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    No, it isn't.
    With this developers can add their own applications to the database. Or themes. Or eBooks. Or anything.
    Everybody with an iPhone can then download these applications.
    So it is like the AppStore, but free.

    It is also a personal repository service, like iAppCat.
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    flattop95 New Member

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    hmmm... nice, with iappcat we couldn't put our own apps on
  5. Oliver Barker

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    I might go for this, though at the moment having my own googlepages account and repo is ok for me because I can already edit .plists and write repo's! Yer, think i'll stick with googlepages! Then I can upload all my settings and stuff along with my applications.
  6. H3X

    H3X New Member

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    iAppCat and OpenRepo...

    now this?

    Both those projects are basically failing.
    Sorry to say, but your's isn't going to do much better.
    Think of something more original.
  7. jeppeb

    jeppeb New Member

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    Just read before you post, and stop comparing it with those services.
    Also, i wouldn't say any of them has failed. They've all a big group of users.

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