Tempus Fugit. As a developer, one of the things that causes me to stress the most, is a simple lack of time. I have so many ideas (mostly useless) floating around in my head that I would like to turn into reality. I have three apps in the App Store, which I don’t really update. … Continue reading Back to basics
I've been experimenting with the DayView control I created for Roomr and Peopler and today I added the ability the add an appointment with touch. This mimics the behaviour of the native iOS calendar app. You hold your find on the calendar for a second or two and an appointment appears. You can then drag … Continue reading Creating appointments using DayView Control
Whilst Peopler isn't exactly being downloaded in the millions, I've received *actual* feedback from users, which shows they are a) using the app and b) interested enough to email me! One feature, which I've wanted to add for a while, is the ability to view the future availability of your favourites. It's all fine being able to … Continue reading Peopler – Future availability
After more than one rejection by Apple, Peopler has now been approved for sale. If you want to check people's calendars in MS Exchange without needing Outlook or messing with Shared Calendars, Peopler might be what you're looking for! It's free to download and can be upgraded using an In-App Purchase if you like it. … Continue reading Peopler now approved!
I spent some time over the weekend tweaking the UI for Peopler. I think this version looks a little clearer and more distinct. I've also added a new feedback page to this version and I'm keen to see whether this makes a difference. Peopler lets you view the calendar's of other people using Microsoft Exchange. … Continue reading How to view your colleagues’ schedules at a glance!