Tuesday, 30 October 2012

A Revamped Tiger!

Tuneful Tiger 1.4.0 has been submitted, and is just awaiting final approval!

For those of you who haven't been following my Twiiter feed (You can easily do so by clicking on the follow button on this blog :) )...

Tuneful Tiger 1.4.0 brings an improved UI,  iOS 6 sharing improvements, iOS 6 compatibility, as well as iPhone 5 screen size optimization.

Also, Tuneful Tiger 1.4.0 sets the stage for some exciting new features that I will implement in future updates.

Thanks for reading!

A Big Thank You!

I just want to take the time to thank my newest customer base... Mac users!

Unlike the iOS App Store, the Mac App Store is still a fairly new storefront. Because of that fact, I have a better opportunity to make a more recognizable name for myself than I do on the iOS App Store store.

Using common sense, it's fairly simple to realize that customer satisfaction is tops, because in a newer, less populated storefront, the scrutiny has a bigger long term effect.

So I thank my Mac customers for showing me I can make great Mac apps, by continuing to purchase my apps. And when there are shortcomings somewhere in an app, I want to thank you for telling me about them.

Customer feedback is very important to me, and it only serves to help me improve my apps with each new update I release.

Making progress!

Prismium 1.1.0 for the Mac is well underway! The user interface has received a major facelift, and the functionality is going to be much more robust!

I have basically finished re-integrating the standard built-in kaleidoscopic wallpapers, and now just have to add in the newest, and what will most likely become the most popular feature of Prismium, the ability to create your own kaleidoscopic images from photos and images on your Mac's hard drive.

I hope all you Prismium for Mac customers are as excited as I am... I truly feel this update will really catapult Prismium for Mac to the next level!

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Prismium for Mac... Big Shakeup!

I am well aware that some of you may have downloaded Prismium for the Mac, expecting something more than what it actually is in its current state.

That is a more than reasonable reaction. When you are paying money for something that you think will be one thing, but turns out to be another, it can be disappointing.

I also realize however, that some of you got exactly what you expected when buying Prismium, most likely because you may have used the iOS version at some point.

Regardless, I am beginning work on a fairly sizeable update to the Mac version of Prismium. It will center more on creation than pre-made images.

Basically, the new update will allow you to use your own images, and make them into extremely personal kaleidoscopic wallpapers for your Mac.

The question may arise... Why do such a drastic change to the way Prismium fundamentally functions? The answer is simple... I always had wanted to implement Prismium in a way that allowed for user created kaleidoscopes, but up until recently, I had no knowledge of how to do so.

Now that I know how to do such thing, Prismium will ultimately become a better app. So hang in there... Prismium is about to get a major facelift on the Mac!