Thursday, 18 April 2013

Sooper! 1.0.2 Now Live!

Version 1.0.2 for Sooper! is now available for download on the App Store.

What does version 1.0.2 add?

First off, it adds Spanish language support, making it even easier for those whose native tongue is Spanish to enjoy Sooper! Secondly, version 1.0.2 now also adds full iOS 6 support, including iPhone 5 screen size optimization. Last but not least, photos can now be attached to outgoing Sooper! send-outs (Tweets and Emails only).

All in all, a fair amount of features for a small update. After a few more language updates, the next big feature will be the addition of Facebook posting abilities, complete with photo attachments.

Thanks for reading!

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Small Update for Sooper! Coming soon...

Version 1.0.2 for Sooper! on iPhone and iPod touch has been completed and uploaded to Apple.
It adds a few minor improvements that will ultimately improve the Sooper! social experience.

I will post again once this update goes live on the App Store!

Monday, 15 April 2013

New Mac App On The Way!

Yesterday, I completed and uploaded my latest addition to my library of Mac applications.

I won't yet reveal the name of it, or what it actually does, but I think a fair amount of people will find this application very useful.

As usual, I will post again once the application goes live on the Mac App Store.

Thanks for reading!

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Wednesday, 3 April 2013

It's Finally Here!

A whole new revolution has finally arrived!

My latest application brings a new take on listening to music, that will revolutionize the way you listen to your collection of music.

Symphonial for iPhone + iPod touch is a modern, simplistic, socially connected music playing app that makes listening to music an even more personal experience.

Unlike other music player apps, that create playlists from a single song, Symphonial creates small suggestion lists of songs based on a day's full listening patterns.

After downloading and installing Symphonial, and playing some music through it for a week, Symphonial begins to track your weekly listening habits.

After the initial learning period, Symphonial will continue to make suggestions based on the previous week's data for the day of the week you are on (i.e. If it is a Monday, it will base the suggestion on last Monday's listening habits)

Don't want suggestions, but still want to use Symphonial to play music for its modern and simplistic design? Music learning and suggestions can be turned off at any time in the app's settings.

Symphonial - isn't it time your music did more for you?