Home > Wireless > Palm Accepts Submissions for App Catalog Palm Accepts Submissions for App Catalog Thom Holwerda 2009-08-18 Wireless 4 Comments It’s been a long time, but Palm has finally announced it is accepting submissions for its App Catalog. It’s still in beta, and the applications will be only available for US customers. The details are on Palm’s developer network. About The Author Thom Holwerda Follow me on Mastodon @firstname.lastname@example.org 4 Comments 2009-08-18 10:40 pm amjith Their requirements seem reasonable. Let’s see how long is the turn-around time for approval process. 2009-08-19 5:10 am Mereo And I’m curious about if they’ll have the god complex like Apple… 2009-08-19 2:23 pm philipsw I don’t mean to seem argumentative here, and am just genuinely curious. But what is meant by “reasonable” in this context? Of the 5 criterion listed, 2 are objective: – They are written specifically for webOS and not delivered through the browser. – They leverage webOS platform and device capabilities, for example, notifications, multitasking/background processing, location services, accelerometer. The remaining ones are completely subjective. The 5th could potentially be made objective by providing additional information as to what “acceptable” and “excessive” mean in Palm’s environment. 2009-08-18 11:00 pm UltraZelda64 That’s what a small but loyal fanbase will do… generate a higher percent of satisfied users.