Hi all. A few months ago, an app was submitted to the iOS App directory. It was a fun game about driving a motorcycle and avoiding obstacles. I then submitted an app which is a utility for learning to see using sensory substitution, seeing with sound. These apps were removed. Why? Because they are web apps. Web apps are apps which run in Safari. They can be games, tools, and everything in between. If you use Gmail, Google Docs, or Facebook on your computer, you use a web app. To give you all an idea of what web apps are like, I'll give the link to one of the apps that were removed. Seeing With sound: web app I could not find the Cyclepath mobile site, so maybe some one else could find it. There are not many web apps that we use, but I think that the ones that are available should be allowed into the iOS app directory. After all, the original intent of Steve Jobs was to allow the iPhone to use web apps only, so that web technologies could grow stronger. Thanks for reading, and I hope you try the web app that I've linked to, along with its training pages, and maybe share some of your own.