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Overlord! Updated

Posted 2013.11.27 21.47 in iPhone

Overlord! is a calendar replacement app designed for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

It exists to fill a gap that I felt was left when Apple updated their own Calendar app a couple months ago, when they released iOS 7.

Specifically, they removed their calendar’s List View, and they crippled their Month View somewhat. Those were the two views I used exclusively. I was unhappy (and figured others might feel the same way.)

Consequently, I dug up Overlord! – originally an app for the Newton Messagepad 2000. I took the basic concept from that old Newton app, and built and expanded on it.

This update corrects a bug that affected multi-day events, and improves how multi-day events are handled and displayed.

For more information, please have a look at the Overlord! Calendar Replacement app page.

Overlord! is available in the App Store.

PassGenR 4.0 Submitted

Posted 2013.09.11 13.40 in iPhone

PassGenR_ThumbGetting ready for iOS 7 next week, I’ve finished updating PassGenR.

Actually, update isn’t quite correct – I completely rewrote it from scratch, using all the newest / latest tools.

It still has all the same functions and features as before, but written on a new code-base that should be good for several more years at least.

Plus, the look and feel has been updated, and there’s one new feature added – through Settings, it is now possible to disable the History function completely. This was at the request of someone who didn’t want to have their random-generated passwords saved anywhere.

So, the update has been sent to Apple, it’s just a matter of when it will get approved.

In the meantime, the current version is still available.

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