Statistics can tell you a great deal about your work. How many people use my products? How do they use them? Are there places where people get stuck? What are the features that get the most end-user attention, and therefore require the most development effort to make them flawless? I […]
In just a few short hours, version 2 of the Pebble smartwatch app will be available for everyone. Now you can be as excited as we have been all Summer and Winter!
In late August (2013), I was fortunate to get to attend Pebble’s first developer retreat in Palo Alto, CA. At this event, Pebble unveiled its first developer preview of SDK 2, making me one of only a handful of developers with early access to all of the new features that […]
TimeLogger version 2.5.2 is now available on the App Store (click here for TimeLogger) (click here for TimeLogger Free) . This is a minor maintenance release that gives TimeLogger a new icon and adds a couple of small interface updates for iOS 7. If you have any questions about TimeLogger, […]
TimeLogger has been around since 2008, and its icon is beginning to show its age. To prove that we are not oblivious to trends in modern design, version 2.5.2 will ship with an updated icon to match the design of all those fancy new icons that you got with iOS […]
Version 2.5.1 of TimeLogger is now available on the App Store. This is a minor bug fix release that takes care of an issue with the Notes field in CSV file output. That’s all.
TimeLogger 2.5.0 for iOS 7 has been released on the App Store. This version includes an enhanced interface for iOS 7 and some new back-end goodness for future functionality for Pebble smartwatch users. Unfortunately, after it was released, a bug was discovered in the CSV output. If you are affected […]
It’s time to fall in love with your time tracking app. OK, it may sound silly, but we hate the tedium of time tracking so much that we have devoted a significant portion of our lives to making it easier. We are happy to report […]
light.APP is now available for free in the App Store. (click here to get it) light.APP is the first flashlight app that utilizes the iPhone 4’s LED (camera flash) and was also designed to be used by people who need a flashlight! There are others that offer similar capabilities, but […]