Reactable Mobile Arrives

This looks really good! Can’t wait to try it out, and it is a universal app too! Priced at $9.99


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  1. A thoroughly good time. Makes me wish I had an iPad. Actually, makes me wish I had the full table but at less than 1000th the cost of table, this is completely amazing.

  2. Just started playing with this. Totally amazing. Keep finding new things to tweak. Was prepared to be disappointed, but really pleasantly surprised by how rich the feature set is…

  3. I'm having a lot of fun with this – but it's not going to replace Jasuto. It's getting a place on my home page next to it though….

  4. Apparently it doesn't work so well on iPhone EDGE, 3G, iPT 1G, 2G. And there's a bug with the iPT 4 where it doesn't display properly — they are fixing that.

    It works great on the iPad though.

    It brings up some questions, again, about how should developers support the “older” devices. (Many of these “older” devices have been in the current product line as recently as 1 month (iPT2) to 5 months ago (iPhone3G).) Apple doesn't provide any mechanism to filter apps for sale based on model compatibility. And there's still no mechanism in the AppStore for easy refunds.

    Is the iOS suffering from poor management of its fragmentation?

  5. It may not sound as good as Jasuto, but its so much easier/more fun to use than Jasuto. Jasuto usually just leaves me angry and partially deaf, while I played with this thing for hours last night on the plane and enjoyed it the whole time.

  6. Icepulse, I think I've seen that volumique thing, but I don't really get it as yet.

    Nate, I do agree that Jasuto is much harder to work with but that's because you can do a lot more with it than reactable mobile. Both are good and both have their own audience in my opinion.

    I think that Jasuto will only get more complex over time not less.

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