If you updated Geometry Stash recently, you probably noticed an addition to the normal UI. We’ve added some Christmas decor to the app. The decorations, strung up lights, were actually used on our older flash-based, website. They happened to be in the right position for integration so we placed it right in. Luckily, the image doesn’t obstruct the other interface objects much. We created the decorations a year ago using Adobe Illustrator.
Just released a new promo video for BART Fares. I took it during Thanksgivings Break while riding the BART. All clips were recorded using an iPhone 4; what a better way to create an iPhone app’s ad?
Can’t a dev get his own achievements for fun?
I bet many Macworld attendees are getting an iPhone Life expiration notice in the mail. At this year’s expo, the iPhone Life booth ran out of free magazines and allowed visitors to order a free copy online. We filled out our email on a form and they emailed us a link to a payment site for a copy of iPhone Life. The payment site listed the price of the subscription as $0.00.
When Game Center was released, I thought, “Ha, wouldn’t it be fun to have Game Center in one of my apps!”. Well, I added support in BART Fares and the free update was released last week.
I guess “death” would be too strong a word. In the beginning of the AppStore, the Prerendered Icon Flag was rarely used. Most apps on the App Store consented to having a gloss effect applied to them.