Apple is very clear as to how a developer can use its push notification service. It's there to add functionality, and that's it. No spam, no ads, no messing around. It seems that the folks from Glee, or actually Smule, as they are the ones who developeed Glee's top-ranking paid Karaoke app, couldn't contain themselves.
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Watching television isn’t typically a real-time social experience. Sure, we like to discuss our favorite shows next to the company water cooler or on Twitter and Facebook. But, that typically happens after the fact. However, thanks to a new app from Yap.tv, Inc. you can discuss a show with online friends in real time on your iPad.
Smule's Glee app for iPhone and iPad has recently been updated. It's now called Glee Karaoke, and features an all new point system, which adds a competitive aspect to the app. The update is available now, so be sure to check it out!
As you may know, the second season of the incredibly successful Glee TV show begins tonight. To celebrate the season premiere, and their feature on Lea Michele, Glee teamed up with Glamour Magazine to offer their great $.99 universal app (developed by Smule) for free to 100,000 US iDevice owners.