About

Eric Dolecki
Craig Federighi (Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering) and myself at WWDC ’13.

Welcome to my App Store support site. If you’re looking for some information about an application that I have released, you’d like to request changes or file a bug report, you’ve come to the right place.

This site is good for a few important things.

It’s a good place to get some information about an application that I’ve released to the iTunes App Store. You can ask questions, report a bug, request a new feature or a tweak to an existing feature, request an application that you’d love to use, etc.

I’ve been developing Cocoa and Cocoa Touch applications for quite some time, and I first started this site as a place to support a test application that I released… Simple Analog. That application, being as old as it is, still gets a lot of downloads to this day.

I wanted to see how the whole process works, kick the tires, and release something for fun. It’s proven to be pretty successful and because of that, I sometimes release more applications.

My release cadence is quite slow – I’m not a development house, I’m not depending on generating income from the release of applications, but because of my current job I’m able to learn a lot and use some of it to power the release of some apps. I don’t have a lot of spare time, so the apps I release are quite simple yet effective. I currently have several applications that I’ve installed for myself for my own personal use — and when I get the time to polish them some more, I’ll release those as well.

I am working on Analog 3 (or another name might work better) which allows for a lot more customization, is iOS-7 flavored, is easy to use, and is superior to my previous analog clock releases. Yes. I like analog clocks. Wow. I wrote that when iOS-7 was out? Yikes. iOS 11 was just released and I’ve submitted it for review (Fri Sep 22, 2017). Looks like I languished for a while on that one.

Anyway, I hope this site serves your needs – if it doesn’t, contact me and let me know. It used to be fancier and over-designed, but I’ve scaled it back to make it easier to use and it’s responsive so it should render well on mobile devices and tablets.

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Eric,

    I couldn’t find your email but I just wanted to let you know that we think your app is awesome so we decided to feature it on our app directory to help more people discover and download it.

    Here is a 1-page website that we made for you:

    http://ooomf.com/Analog2

    If you would like to recreate a page like this (takes less than 2 minutes) and forward to any domain you want, you can do so at http://ooomf.com/

    Thanks,

    Mikael

  2. Hi can you pse update the Analog2 clock for iOS 11 out of the thousand clock faces on the App Store this is the best nice clean lines with fine delicate hands . Most are like tree trunks lol but

  3. Analog III has been submitted to the App Store in all its 64-bit goodness. I haven\’t kept track of all of those who have contacted me in various ways. Hopefully, you\’ll see this. I already have an update to the binary that I submitted that addresses a few minor things and adds another watch face. I am thinking about different complications as well.

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