The e-book version of Josh Clark’s new book «Tapworthy» is available for $9.99 on O’Reilly today (if you’re reading this only now, you missed it). The book is ostensibly about designing iPhone apps, but honestly, judging by the apps on my iPhone and Android devices, I think the people who should really read it are mostly Android developers. The book is full of all the tiny things you really need to pay attention to when designing apps for mobile devices with small screens, so if that describes what you do, go pick it up.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book, which may have influenced my opinion of it. But I’m pretty sure I would have loved it either way.

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Want to read more like this? Buy my book's second edition! Designed for Use: Create Usable Interfaces for Applications and the Web is now available DRM-free directly from The Pragmatic Programmers. Or you can get it on Amazon, where it's also available in Chinese and Japanese.