Posts tagged iOS
Introducing Reporter, an app which helps you track your life so that you might understand it better.
Nicholas Felton and I have been working on various iterations of this app since 2011, testing and tweaking it to capture the most data with the least amount of hassle and present it in the most insightful way.
Click through and sign up if you’d like to be notified when Reporter is available.
Stay tuned for more details.
The new version of Tweetings
uses a lifts Tweetbots’ switch control to toggle between mobilizer and full web. Interesting.
Update: Chartier informs me that not only is Tweetings a rip off of the unfortunately named but wonderfully designed Helvititweet, but this particular feature is ripped off note for note from Tweetbot. Go buy Tweetbot if you haven’t already. While unaware of its mobilizer, I already thought it was the top iOS Twitter app.
Ah, App Store politics.
App developers: the Economist is giving out free lessons on handling upgrade issues with class. This wasn’t an alert or notification. It was part of the newest issue, listed in the table of contents as “From the publisher: iOS5.” (Though I’m a little disappointed they didn’t address me as “Sir:" and scan in Oscar’s signature at retina resolution.)