Today, I worked through my first little “intro” video for Caffeine Club. I did it using Apple’s Keynote and iMovie applications. Took about four hours all in all. I got the inspiration from the GiveABrief introduction video (an app that never made it to the App Store!) and some music from the Penguin Cafe Orchestra that I heard on Master Chef last week rounded it off.
You can check it out on YouTube here – http://youtu.be/jG4KKkuABfM?hd=1
Using the iTunes Connect mobile app prompted me with this error (or is it a non error?)! Not very friendly or helpful 😉
Please ignore the zero download count. My iPhone app isn’t doing too well!
I just got my iPhone replaced as the home button had become somewhat of a nightmare as it only worked about 50% of the time! The friendly people at the Apple Store on Regent’s Street replaced it without issue.
When I got home, I plugged it into my PC and Windows told me me there was quite a lot of space available, with a total capacity of 55GB. But when I look at the iPhone settings, it tells me a different story.
Is it possible that my phone actually has 64GB in storage, but that iOS is only giving me 32GB?
After finally getting what I consider a “good idea” back in mid August, the four months work to turn that idea into a working application hit a major milestone today as my iPhone application was approved by Apple! I cannot express in works how warm and fuzzy the words “Ready For Sale” make me feel.
My iPhone app, Caffeine Club, is a companion to the website that I am also working on, www.caffeineclub.net.
Since the web site is still under construction (it’s live, but a little rough around the edges) the iPhone app isn’t actually available for download just yet. I’m hoping that with a clear weekend ahead, I’ll be able to whip the website into shape. If anyone wanted to take a look I’d appreciate any feedback.
With version 1.0 in the app store, I’m already thinking towards version 2.0, but I want to see how the idea takes with the general public before I invest any more of my spare time in improving it.