Sunday, February 15, 2009

Submit Your iKalieds!

One thing that I would really like to see happen with iKalied is that people create all kinds of interesting images that I have never imagined. If you've created something cool with iKalied, email me a copy and I'll post my favorites here about once a week.

iKalied Goes to India

Well, I wish. Actually the three pictures shown below are iKalied pictures made from some beautiful shots of India taken by my friend Emily. I'm not suggesting that iKalied improved on these great photographs, but they are attractive and interesting.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

iKalied Released!

Well, on the third try I was able to address the Apple Human Interface Guidelines, and iKalied has been accepted for sale in the App Store! It doesn't seem to be showing up in the text search indexes yet, but if you search for the app by name, it is for sale. I hope that people find this app as much fun to use as I and my beta-testers (i.e. family and friends) do. I've set the price at $0.99 so folks can play around with it at little cost.

The direct link to iKalied on the Apple iPhone App store is:

Sunday, February 8, 2009

One more little problem

The second round review of iKalied by the App Store found another mis-use of a standard system icon. Really, I didn't do this on purpose! I thought that the icons were being used in their intended way, but alas, the iPhone HIGs (Human Interface Guidelines) are very particular in ways that you might not expect. Oh well, round three has started - I have updated the iKalied with a new custom icon and re-submitted the binary to the store. Above is a screen shot from the latest build of iKalied.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

One little problem

Okay, the App Store guys found one little violation of the iPhone Human Interface Guidelines in iKalied. This has been fixed and the revised binary re-submitted. Stay tuned!

Monday, February 2, 2009

Still waiting for App Store approval...

Not sure how long this is supposed to take. I sent the support an email asking them for an update.