Converter idea

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  1. Johnny Quest

    Johnny Quest Active Member

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    Hey gang I was just thinking. What if........

    iTunes/Apple comes up with a Converter on its site where you can take an app that is not listed on appstore you'll have the folder and load it and then it'll ask you to convert and it'll be in your Apps page on iTunes. you'll check it and then it converts and it'll tell you when its done and then ready to be transferred over to your ipot.
    Its almost like creating your own ipod again. of course some apps won't be able to be converted. This would at least eliminate the jailbreak thing.
    This is just an idea.
  2. agentdax5

    agentdax5 New Member

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    Cause Apple would totally allow applications they didn't approve of on to your iPod
  3. Johnny Quest

    Johnny Quest Active Member

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    oh ok. but couldn't apple sort of scan the apps before posting?
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    Remember, Apple said that if you create an app and want it in the app store, you have to pay $100. If you were able to convert your own app (lets just say) and upload it on your ipod, Apple will be loosing money.
  5. Johnny Quest

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    Can we suggest an app to them? and have someone email you if its going to be made or not?
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    RenegadeKrogan Banned

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    That would be cool if they didnt check what apps you put on so you could port anything over.

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