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Embed iPhone and iPod Touch Applications In Your WordPress Blog

uQuery is to the App Store what Google is to the Web

As PcMagazine put it, “uQuery is to the App Store what Google is to the Web”. After allowing people to create an account and mark the applications they like or they own, today, even more good news: uQuery,  just released a WordPress plugin allowing you to easily display an iPhone/iPod Touch application details in your blog. It is easy to use, you just need to know the app store application ID, which you can find it on uQuery.com (the number in the URL when you go to an application page).

If you don’t have a WordPress blog, you can still create a widget yourself, by clicking on “Get Embed Widget Code” in an application details page on uquery.com, then copy and paste the generated code in your blog Check it out!

You can download the widget here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/uquery-widget/. The little widget looks like this (Facebook iPhone/iPod application details)

Click here to view the embedded uQuery application.

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Alin Irimie is a software engineer - architect, designer, and developer with over 10 years experience in various languages and technologies. Currently he is Messaging Security Manager at Sunbelt Software, a security company. He is also the CTO of RADSense Software, a software consulting company. He has expertise in Microsoft technologies such as .NET Framework, ASP.NET, AJAX, SQL Server, C#, C++, Ruby On Rails, Cloud computing (Amazon and Windows Azure),and he also blogs about cloud technologies here.

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