Today's the day we've been waiting for! (and to the OCD English speakers out there, yes, I know, I should have said "Today is the day for which we have been waiting").
It's iPad launch day and we have two amazing apps that make use of this entirely new computing experience. Be sure to take a look at our journalPad application family for journaling and studying the Bible on the iPad.
And we are happy to introduce our family of products designed specifically for the iPad!
The iPad brings to the world an entirely new paradigm of how computing devices should work. It isn't just a big iPod. It isn't just a little computer. In the next 3-5 years, we feel that the entire computing industry will adopt much of what the iPad is bringing into reality this weekend, because what it brings is a way of operating a computing device that feels natural -- you shouldn't have to think about it!
And we are ecstatic to be part of that revolution!
We have submitted two iPad-specific Apps to Apple for their pre-approval with hopes of having them available for the much-anticipated iPad opening day (April 3rd).
We are very, very excited about the new additions to the APPideas family, but we'e not quite ready to disclose the full details. We plan to do so some time between March 27th and launch day, so stay tuned!
You may have come here looking for CostmoSoft, and if you did, you found it! If that's all you wanted to know, you can stop reading this now. If you want more information about what that means and the history of the CostmoSoft/APPideas connection, keep reading...
[UPDATE] Version 2 is now available on the App Store. More news to follow. For now, be sure to visit the TimeLogger page. While you are on the TimeLogger page, be sure to download the version 2.0 User Guide.
We are pleased to announce that we have submitted an update of TimeLogger to Apple for approval. This is a free update for everyone who has purchased (or will purchase) TimeLogger. This update primarily addresses an issue that affected one feature of the application for people who use non-Latin characters. Here is the detailed list of changes:
Fixed CSV email delivery for data containing non-Latin characters.
Compress (ZIP) CSV email messages to prevent attachment mangling by some ISPs (Yahoo, for example).
[UPDATE 11/04]: We have received word from Apple that version 1.3.2 has been approved and will begin appearing on the app store. It will be a free update for all who have previously purchased TimeLogger. Please see the changes below, and if you are still looking to see if this is the app for you, be sure to check out our screen shots and full description here.[/UPDATE]