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Dom Sagolla on July 4th, 2009

DollarApp is thrilled to announce its support of iPhoneDevCamp 3, taking place at Yahoo! in Sunnyvale. Hundreds of Designers and Developers for iPhone and iPod touch are expected to converge on July 31 through August 2nd – check out the Agenda! The event is inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop Cocoa Touch and […]

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Dom Sagolla on July 3rd, 2009

This year has seen the advent of “In-App Purchase” from Apple, along with many other enhancements to the iPhone OS. These innovations change the landscape of the one-dollar app. The folks at FITC Mobile have invited me to deliver an update to the speech that launched DollarApp, entitled “Why A Dollar“. I’ll be talking about […]

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Dom Sagolla on July 2nd, 2009

As part of a recent book deal, DollarApp has been granted Interactive Rights to the full text of “140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form“. Imagine a new type of book: @BookApp. We are interested in working with any iPhone Developer to offer 140 Characters as an In-App Purchase within their App. Just […]

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Dom Sagolla on April 27th, 2009

Associated Press visited the DollarApp office last week, to discuss the controversy over a recent iTunes App that undermined Apple’s reputation for quality: ‘Baby Shaker’ iPhone Game Sparks Outrage (see 0:36 to 1:08): Dom: “So this is an application designed for President Obama when he was running for office…” [voiceover] Independent developer Dom Sagolla helped […]

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Dom Sagolla on February 12th, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dom Sagolla http://www.DollarApp.com 415-287-7775 “Math Cards” iPhone App Teaches Kids Math and Speeds Up Adult Skills in a Fun Way San Francisco — February 12, 2009 Flash cards have been around for a long time teaching basic math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, but they’re tedious and dull. […]

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Dom Sagolla on February 10th, 2009

Our first app Big Words has become an iTunes Staff Favorite! Thanks to the tireless marketing efforts of its inventor Tim Robertson and Big Words Evangelist Sam Levin, the iPhone App team at Apple took a look and saw that it was good. Check out the Staff Favorites in iTunes (scroll down if you’re on […]

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Dom Sagolla on February 6th, 2009

I’ll be speaking on the Business of iPhone at 360|iDev on March 4th at 4pm in San Jose. Starting on March 2nd, this three-day conference is packed full of iPhoneDevCamp alumni and other quality speakers. The topic of discussion during my 80-minute segment will again be, “Why A Dollar?” Hope you can make it!

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Dom Sagolla on December 27th, 2008

The initial reaction to Big Words has been very positive, so far everyone has given a five-star review: Fantastic Program! This is a GREAT program!  This should have been something that the iPhone could do on it’s own… -DS9DS92 Great app. Great price. Great app. Simple idea. Great execution. Could not be easier. -rtteachr Awesome […]

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Dom Sagolla on December 19th, 2008

This simple program displays words as large as possible on iPhone and iPod touch.  Great for grabbing attention, passing messages, and making a statement! Features: Double-Tap to Edit White-on-Black Display Erase-All Button Landscape Edit and Display Mode Remembers Last Edit DollarApp believes in doing one thing well and keeping it simple.  This app does one […]

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Dom Sagolla on November 3rd, 2008

While I was at the Sarasota International Design Summit, of course I posted to Twitter about it.  Local one-man news crew David Leonard caught my message and visited the conference in order to interview me.  Here is the article (corrections in italics), originally posted to the 10Connects site: Sarasota, Florida – Dom Sagolla knows the […]

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