Developers: Apple Now Taking iPad Tablet App Submissions

Friday, March 19, 2010
By OP Editor

Developers, get your iPad apps ready if you want it in the App Store on launch date.

Apple Now Taking iPad Tablet App Submissions

Today Apple announced that it has started accepting iPad apps. Developers have until March 27, 8 days from today, to get it to Apple to be considered for the release on April 3rd iPad launch date.


“iPad will begin shipping soon and your opportunity to be part of the grand opening of the iPad App Store starts today. Submit your iPad app now for an initial review by the App Review Team and receive feedback on its readiness for the grand opening.”

  • Build and test your iPad app using iPhone SDK 3.2 beta 5 available on the iPhone Dev Center. Only iPad apps built with iPhone SDK 3.2 beta 5 will be accepted for this initial review.
  • Upload your distribution signed app through iTunes Connect by Saturday, March 27, 5pm PDT.
  • The App Review Team will review your app on iPad and email you details about the readiness of your app.
  • You will also receive additional information about submitting your app for final review before iPad ships.
  • Only apps submitted for the initial review will be considered for the grand opening of the iPad App Store.

iPad specific apps are expected from IBM (enterprise apps), Epocrates (medical apps), Ngmoco (games), Penguin Books (interactive eBooks), Vivmag (pictures that move, Harry Potter style), and many others. Amazon already got a Kindle App for iPhone, which will work on iPad, but is likely to make an iPad specific Kindle app for its eBooks.

Apple Officially Invites Developers to Submit iPad Applications to App Store [macrumors]
Image [CoM]


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