New App: WOSQI Homebrew Guide by Jason Robitaille | webOS Nation

New App: WOSQI Homebrew Guide by Jason Robitaille

by Tim Stiffler-Dean Thu, 08 Sep 2011 8:45 pm EDT

webOS users both new and old will want to get the latest app released by Jason Robitaille tonight. webOS Quick Install Homebrew Guide, or WOSQI HG, has landed in the catalog and will bring you all of the basics of what you need to know about Homebrew, and even a few advanced tips. From the perspective of the developer of one of the best pieces of homebrew software out there, webOS Quick Install, this app will do more than just give you a better understanding of homebrew or tell you how to install patches, themes, apps, custom feeds and even Preware by WebOS Internals; by purchasing WOSQI HG from the App Catalog you'll be directly supporting one of the more well known homebrew developers that the webOS community has, JayCanuck (also known as, Jason Robitaille).

Jason has been working with webOS homebrew from the very beginning, even before he received his first Palm Pre back in 2009. Since then he has developed more patches than almost every other homebrew developer out there, and has helped plenty of other developers finish their app projects so that they could get released into the catalog. Because Jason is not affiliated with WebOS Internals outside of a few collaborative projects, your support of him through buying this app will keep those projects going for a long while to come. Strike two birds with one stone: Learn more about homebrew development, and support a great, young developer. There should be nothing stopping you from buying it at this point.

You can grab WOSQI Homebrew Guide for all variations of webOS devices and OS versions from the App Catalog for only $.99 (shown above is the TouchPad version). Download it while it's hot! To get an even fuller understanding of what webOS Homebrew is all about, be sure to also get Preware Homebrew Documentation by WebOS Internals. As Jason says, having these two apps on your devices will give you all of the tools you need to get into the awesome homebrew action in the webOS community, and that's something we'll always be quick to recommend.