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“Turn your phone into the best damn phone it can be" - Gizmodo
“iOS users, meet Drippler, a personalized how-to manual for your iPhone" - Gigaom
“A useful way to stay current on the rapidly changing mobile landscape" - TechCrunch
What's New in Version 1.5.3
Something's kind of fishy...
I notice that i see a lot of 'articles' about apps that have been made free, for a limited time, in this and other apps. When I go to the app store and look at these apps, they often times have very few reviews, even if you go to "all reviews". Malware possibilities aside, it would make business sense for me to create an app, sell it for $x for a few weeks, and even though no one buys it (except for me and some paid reviewers), make the app free all of a sudden. Then let some of the internet 'journalists' know that the app is now free, and that they could add it to their "Apps On Sale For Free! For A Limited Time Only!!" ads. Or articles. Now, I've got exposure to whomever reads these articles, which is what is what I need to sell my app. With over 500,000 apps in the app store, how would anyone ever see my app that is from an unheard-of developer? Or better yet, I'll just limit the app's functionality so I can charge the same $x for an in-app upgrade! I may have to pay a percentage of my gains to the owner of the app/website that advertised it as a free app, but going this route will make me more money considering my app is worthless garbage! Also the app takes about 6 seconds to load on an iPhone 7 plus (128 gb).
Useful necessary information
Drippler has helped me understand what's going on with electronic media, and in my case especially iPhone upgrades both in equipment and software. I was having major problems after upgrading my software to 10.1.1 and even tho the Verizon reps were saying I would have to hard reset my phone and when trying to recover, not restore previous software, thus I would lose all my data, Drippler told me about others having the same problems I was having after the software update and that Apple would be releasing an updated software that was already in Beta testing to repair the problems I was having. Without Drippler I wouldn't have known anything about this and would have lost all my data if I had done what the Verizon rep had told me to do. THANKYOU Drippler.
I adore Drippler, this App is similar to a gift I open each day (often more than once.) It is everything it claims to be, more importantly everything I could want. A friend of mine, who works as a Security Administrator for Jefferson Hospital, recommended it to me. When he takes time from his strenuous schedule to speak highly of a Program or App it is always worth my while. I have since vouched for its' advantageous nature to numerous friends and family members. The Tips are often incredibly beneficial, likewise the games can be great, my favorite feature however is clearly the free Apps. This App is a MUST HAVE!
- Category: News
- Updated: Aug 07, 2016
- Version: 1.5.3
- Size: 47.4 MB
- Languages: English, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Seller: Drippler Ltd.
- © Drippler Ltd.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.