Just a quick announcement about me and my work after another quiet period of several months.
I’ve been neglecting this blog for much of the (now) past year. So it may not seem like it, but 2013 was eventful year for me…
Bug fix upgrade 2.3.1 of Startupizer is now available. Recommended for all customers.
Next big Startupizer upgrade is released - 2.3 version is now available for download from out website!
Startupize 2.2.4 bug fix and small features release is now available as the download from our website!
Finally set foot to update the look and feel of the website. There were several issues with previous layout that I wanted to solve, and I think most of them are met with the new look and underlying rendering engine.
Startupize 2.2.3 bug fix and small features release is now available as the download from our website!
Startupize 2.2.2 is now available as the download from our website!
Startupize 2.2.1 is now available as the download from our website! Check history page for release notes.
Startupize 2.2 is now available as the download from our website! Check history page for release notes.
I neglected the blog for a while… I have a couple of ideas for posts, but other things keep jumping in. In any case, this is not what I wanted to talk about. I wanted to start 2013 with 2.2 release of Startupizer which was sent to Mac App Store review team on january 9th. It only took about a week to enter review, however in a day or so I received rejection note. It’s not the first rejection I got, but this one is more serious; if I want to correct it, the core feature of Startupizer - managing login items - will stop working. It’s unfortunate consequence of the app sandbox.
Just a quick post about the first update to Startupizer, 2.1, which is now available on the Mac App Store. Check history page for release notes.
With all the reports of how much iOS6 maps are worse than they were on iOS5, I though I’d share my experience with the new version, based on my usage from the last few days.
I neglected the blog for a while. It’s full summer here, so I spend my time with family and friends, relaxing and preparing for the upcoming months. I also do a bit of work and I’ll outline it below:
With todays vibrant world of iOS apps, there are usually many choices within the same category. So it’s easy to switch to another one. But how about the most important part of it: your data? Well, some developers offer a way to export or import, but unless you’re dealing with standard formats, it’s likely you have to enter all your data again. This blog post will look into how you can use your programming skills to import the data from one application to another.