From Stephan Kesting....
The application itself is called "Grapplearts Submissions."
It's designed to work on both the iPhone and the iPod Touch so that you can learn grappling anywhere.
With it you can learn the steps to apply an armlock submission while riding the bus, or review the key points of a leglock while waiting in line at the bank.
It's also a great training tool, especially since it's easy to take with you to class.
Grapplearts Submissions became available on the iTunes store only a few hours ago. My initial thought was to give it a high price and make it exclusive. I figured somewhere in the $10 to $20 range because of all the information in it. Most of the development team disagreed. They want to see the app get super-popular, and thought we should initially keep the price low.
I was outnumbered, and so we reached the compromise of releasing it at the nominal cost of $0.99, but only for the first week. After March 27th we're raising the price.
If you're interested, you can open iTunes manually and search for "Grapplearts Submissions" in the iTunes store.
Please note that this is a big application because it has LOTS of video instruction. That's why you need a wifi network if you want to download it to your iphone directly.
If you don't have a wifi network then just use iTunes to download the app (search for "Grapplearts Submissions" in the iTunes store) and then synch your phone, just like you do for your music, calenders, etc.
Thanks for reading!
P.S. Remember that the Grapplearts Submissions app is $0.99 for the first week ONLY. After March 27th the price goes up!