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Updates Continue

Posted 2014.09.23 9.49 in iPhone

Apple still hasn’t finished their review of the Overlord! update yet, but I suppose they’re probably busy, what with the millions of other apps being updated at the same time.

In the meantime I’ve got the work finished on Tick’d Off and that is now in the Apple review queue as well.

Starting on Wicca Plus now.

Finally, for the 5 or 6 people who actually use PassGenR, the bad news is that I’ve de-listed it. It was only ever marginally useful at best, but nowadays with things like iCloud keychain, 1Password, and all the other modern password stuff… Anyhow, if you’ve got it, it’ll keep running of course. It works on iOS 8. It’s just not being updated any further.

Aside from the iOS stuff, still going through a lot of personal and work-related stress, and there does appear to be a light at the end of the tunnel.

As long as that light isn’t the front of a freight train coming my way, things should be ok in another couple months.

Tick’d Off Updated

Posted 2014.07.17 7.54 in iPhone

Tick'd Off Update

 

Tick’d Off version 1.1 is now available in the App Store.

Version 1.1 includes a few improvements and updates:

  • Various minor bugfixes.
  • Various minor usability & UI enhancements
  • Added ability to copy / duplicate list meta & contents
  • Plus a dozen more list icons to choose from

Tick’d Off is a simple and straight-forward check-list / to-do list app, focused on letting you manage your to-do tasks without distraction.

For more information, please have a look at the Tick’d Off app page.

 

Tick’d Off is available in the App Store.

 

 

 

 

Go And Get Tick’d Off

Posted 2014.04.10 14.39 in iPhone

Screen ShotTick’d Off – it’s my latest app.

Tick’d Off is a straightforward list management app, designed to allow you to maintain all your tick-lists (aka check-lists, to-do lists) in one place.

From a list of groceries to pick up on the way home from the office, to a project overview list of several dozen items spanning many months, Tick’d Off can help you organize and maintain what you need to do, and when you need to do it.

 

Available now, at the App Store!