Archive | November, 2008

iPhone 2.2 and Yummy

I see that a new version of the iPhone firmware is now available for download. Unfortunately not all developers get to see new releases before you do, so I have not had the chance to check that everything still works as before. I do not anticipate any issues but will have a look as soon […]

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What would you like to see next?

Although activity here recently might lead you to conclude otherwise, I am busy working on the next version of Yummy. I have my own internal hit-list of features that I want to include — I use Yummy as well as write it — but I thought now might be a good time to solicit feedback. […]

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Yummy Screencast

One of the hard things about buying an iPhone application is that, unlike Mac or Windows programs, there is no way that you can see the program in action without actually buying it. Even when the cost is less than a latte at your local coffee franchise, the thought of putting down money for something […]

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Feeling Refreshed?

From time to time users of Yummy ask me how often it synchronises its bookmarks with Delicious.com. I hope to answer that question in this post. First a quick aside. How did I envisage people using Yummy when I was designing it? The idea was that it should pretty much stay out of the way. […]

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