Pint Sized Mobile gaining stature in App Store

FierceDeveloper's Developer Workshop profiles Pint Sized Mobile, a company that, despite its name, is gaining stature in Apple's App Store. The firm's first release, the iPhone game Card Ninja, hit the App Store in May. By June, Pint Sized Mobile said that Card Ninja was the App Store's second most popular card game, and the 28th most downloaded game in the United States. However, the company's planned update to the game appears to have run afoul of Apple, which rejected the update due to what it said were concerns over the game's inclusion of user-generated content. The game, however, does not feature any user-generated content, according to Pint Sized Mobile--which has led to confusion. Special feature

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