The most visited iPhone blog site TUAW published an article about iLickit with the following title: iLickit might not be sanitary, but brings new meaning to ‘oleophobic’. Mike Schramm was quite objective, even I don’t think that iLickit isn’t sanitary. Of course in case your iPhone not really clean it needs some extra preparation to make the iPhone hygienic, clean it with an alcoholic wipe or wrap with a kitchen foil.
I think everybody who
iLickit Lite is now available on iTunes App Store. Click on the App Store logo above to visit iTunes.
Even all of our personal stuffs are as clean as we are, if you feel that your iPhone is not really hygienic, clean it or just use kitchen wrap as we did during the tests and video session. Or you can use any kind of plastic foil or bag (not to pull on head but on the iPhone )
Let’s face, there are huge amount (77 500) of apps on the App Store and actually most of them are sucks. Sometimes the customers suck if they buy it, sometimes the developers if nobody buy it and sometimes both. But with iLickit nobody suck! JUST LICK!
Actually Apple couldn’t approve it yet, and this was the first time when I feel quite relevant the well known, ill-fated email feedback during the submission process: “…Your application…., is