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.