I've been giving 7 copies of uP@ssw0rdz! in the last 7 days in order to entice users to write reviews of it in the App Store. Does the strategy works so far ? Nope. Seven copies of something called an application; the result of my hard work, nothing in return, not even a comment on my blog! In version 2.0, I've also added a counter in the application that tells me how long the user has upgraded the software and, after more than 3 days, I present a message asking the user if he could write a review of it in the App Store. Does this work ? So far, nope. What am I doing wrong ?
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On iTunes connect, we must provide a big 512x512 pixels image that may be used by Apple in case they promote the application on the App Store "What's hot" or "New" pages. Here is mine that I will upload as soon as version 2.0 is approved by Apple.
OK, here is a new poll:
Now that my first application has been submitted to the App Store, I want to prepare for the next version. I want to know what you guys are doing. I want to know what do you do within Xcode:
- Do you keep developing in the same code base ?
- Are you creating a "new code branch" ?
Thanks for your input.
So, here is the deal for creating a very simple animation that looks like a flashing effect.
I'm about to finish the basic development of my application. Next, I'll concentrate on code optimizations and memory management in order to prevent memory leaking and provide a small memory footprint application.
I want to provide a feedback in my tabbar based application by implementing a brief flash effect that covers the screen... just like the one we get when taking a snapshot on the iPhone by pressing Home Button and Power ....
I'm doing my UIView in interface builder and I have a variable that is hooked to this UIview... which itself is white... What to do next ? Thanks for your help !