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Atimi Software Inc. is a leading iPhone and cross-platform development company with a core strength in developing for the Mac platform and the new generation of smartphones. As a dedicated software services company, Atimi provides advisory and development services and has completed iPhone and software development […]

Atimi Software Inc. is a leading iPhone and cross-platform development company with a core strength in developing for the Mac platform and the new generation of smartphones. As a dedicated software services company, Atimi provides advisory and development services and has completed iPhone and software development projects for many of the leading brands in North America, including the New York Times and HBO. By the end of 2009, Atimi had completed more than 25 iPhone applications for its clients, 65% of which received some degree of Apple promotion including via iTunes, TV, print and in-store placement.

Atimi provides confidential, effective, and timely production of smartphone and desktop software. Atimi’s broad range of expertise, proven development processes, and its Orchard rapid development framework for mobile helps clients to reach their target launch dates reliably and efficiently, allowing them to focus on building strong, lasting relationships with their own customers.

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  1. OK guys – we got it. Enough of this!

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  2. This reads like a PR statement…

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    1. I feel like the word “Advertisement” at the top of the post is pretty clear on what the post is…

      :)

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  3. It *does* say advertisement above the title ;)

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    1. Not in the RSS feed, it doesn’t! Still, we all got to make some money :)

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  4. Now you’re having ads as part of the RSS feed, that’s ridiculous.

    Last thing I read on this blog. Removing the feed right after this. Bye.

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    1. ads in an RSS feed? Absurdity!

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  5. Yeah, this is the second time I’ve clicked through from the RSS feed to see an ad, kind of lame.

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  6. Yeah, this isn’t the right way to do advertising, especially in your RSS feed.

    You’ve seen Jon Gruber’s feed. So you know the right way to do it.

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