This is a great app that tweets what you’re listening to on your iPod/iPhone to your twitter account.
UI Designer: @moonjhm
App Twitter Account: @TuneTweet
Unfortunately, a couple of days ago, my iPhone was victim of a problem affecting only a very small percentage of iPhones that completely disabled the bottom half of the screen. As my luck would have it, the problem manifested itself only a month outside of my 12 month warrenty period. Restoring the phone had no effect whatsoever on the issue. After taking it to the apple store, where they said there wasn’t anything they could do, I bought a brand new iPhone 3G! Hopefully this new one will not break just as readily
Below are some screenshots from my upcoming game, Number 14, which I have submitted to Apple and is waiting for approval.
Number 14 is a dynamic puzzle game where four random numbers between 1 and 9 are generated. You must combine the numbers using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division so that the result is 14.
Its power comes from its simplicity, where the concept is easy to grasp however some numbers prove to be very challenging
I post these numbers as a challenge to solve :
9 9 4 2
I think almost everyone will find these to be most difficult at first (I certainly did )
Finally, after braving the iTunes App Store Submission Process, Nim 1.1 has been accepted onto the iTunes App Store. Be excited! This new version has a completely updated design with a new icon designed by Jay Moon. Several bugs were fixed, and the expert computer level was made to be a little less predictable… Also if you’ve been playing the medium level computer and the computer decided to skip his turn… That’s been fixed too
With the arrival of iTunes promotional codes which when used give free copies of your application, I have sent promotional codes to MacRumors.com, TouchArcade, and Macworld. With my handy iTunesConnect page I can see that at least some of them have chosen to download them (and are hopefully writing about them right now ).