devsugar: A better way to share ad-hoc builds. Now you’re ready to build your application. Make sure your Code Signing Identity is set to the Ad Hoc version of iPhone Distribution by selecting your ad-hoc mobile provision from the Any iPhone OS Device pop-up. Select Build > Clean (Command-Shift-K, this is optional) and then Build Read more about devsugar: A better way to share ad-hoc builds[…]
“The iPad is using iPhoneOS 3.2 while the iPhones 3.1. There were a number of improvements to the NSFetchedResultsController in 3.2, but unfortunately, a side effect on the delegates’ requirements to actually implement one any one of the delegate methods to get active change tracking.” More here on the devforums via Why is a CoreData Read more about CoreData difference on iPad/SDK 3.2[…]
SpotACop has been out for a while and doing great – in fact we’re working on a really cool upgrade to the app now. Check out the video review here.
We finished iSpotSwap recently and it’s been getting some good attention and use. Kurt the Cyber Guy did a great spot on it for CW.
I’m currently developing multiple apps for DivorceApps.com which was featured on CBS (see site for details).
New app: Yakety Warp… A simple interface to record audio (e.g., voice) and play it back in a loop to modify the pitch as it plays. Simple idea, TONS of fun! Tap the Record button to record up to 20 seconds. Tap Play and slide the slider to change the sound from low to high Read more about Yakety Warp: iPhone App[…]