Finding a way to provide a demo of an iPhone/iPod Touch App is not easy. One way to do this is to make a video and that is what has been done for cookCal, our iPhone/iPod Touch cookery calculator – and the video is on YouTube.
As I mentioned the other week (post) I was working on a new version of cookCal (download link), and one of the most remarkable things was that the update of cookCal was approved by the App store in just 3 days – post…
So, what is new in cookCal?
I feel guilty… earlier in the week I completed the iPhone developers survey for Apple in which one of the questions was “How satisfied are you with the App Store review process?”, and I said ‘not very’ – and yet the cookCal update was approved in 3 days….
Currently working on a significant update of cookCal, a cooks calculator for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Assuming there are no unexpected coding problems the new version should be submitted to Apple next week.
This will be a 2.0 update with a bunch of exciting new and useful features (a number of which have been requested by current cookCal users). Of course this will be a free update to current owners of the App.
Watch this space for more deatils…..
No idea how this happened, but some how all the contact details in my iPhone address (book were duplicated. When this happened I don’t know.
Just coming to the end of two weeks of travelling and being away from my home and office high-speed wifi. The trip was a mixture of business (at the start), and holiday at the end.