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Mitch (Dave Mitchell) | 09:44 - 21 November 2012
GamesGrabr sounds interesting, games discovery is a big issue and anyone working to tackle that should be applauded.
But I do wonder how users will take to the platform over Facebook, Pinterest, etc. There are already many 'social networks' vying for user's attention. Does it integrate well into the existing networks like Facebook or is it completely separate?
Since mobile is a massive part of internet & social network browsing, as well as purchasing and games playing - how will the service work on mobile? The GRABit button presumably won't install into Safari?
Mitch (Dave Mitchell) | 09:36 - 21 November 2012
"We have an affiliate deal in place with Apple so we will have access to all iPhone and iPad games."
No offence, that doesn't sound like anything special? Affiliate deals with Apple usually mean that purchases of Apps, Music or Books on the App Store from a user that has followed an affiliate link nets you 5% of the purchase price.
As far as I'm aware you don't need any special relationship with Apple to display public content from the App Store (or link to it), which this implies.
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