myPets 2.0 is coming

myPets will be updated to version 2 next Saturday, July 5.
Beside the new graphics, we’ve added some new features.
The new version will be completely free for basic features, while with an in-app purchase these can be extended.

Users that have purchased a previous version of myPets and have registered inside the app, will be able to use the extended features immediately and without having to pay again.
Those who don’t have a registered myPets user can send the Apple’s invoice to iosdev@technologeek.eu as a proof of purchase and receive the free myPets Pro version.

iPill 2.3.2 is coming

In a few days iPill version 2.3.2 will be available on the App Store with some new features.

Beside having solved some little problems, and by popular demand, I’ve added the possibility to protect iPill with a PIN code. This feature is coming with the next version to all the “Pro” users.

PIN screenshot

Another demanded feature was the possibility to view all the past programmed medicines.
I’ve added the page Historic to the menu, from where it’s possible to check all the past AND future programmed medicines. This feature is coming in the next version for all the users.

Historic screenshot

 

As always, your comments and suggestions are welcome. If you have any, please contact me via the contact form or chat on this web site, via Twitter (@Aleph72), or via email from the App itself.

iPill v. 2 is out

iPRetina80iPill v. 2 is finally available for download in the App Store.

This version has been completely rewritten and it’s now a FREE App!
With an In-App-Purchase you can now buy the Pro version with the following added features:

  • Data backup/restore: with iPill 2 Pro you can now backup all your data in our cloud and restore it on other devices to keep them synchronized;
  • Notification sounds: it’s now possible to choose the notification sound for your iPill reminders;
  • Voice prompt: iPill will read your next medicine;
  • Multi-User: you can now add other users to iPill and manage all of them from a single App.

 

 

Sending crash logs to Apple

When an App crashes on your device a detailed log is saved.
If you’ve set the device to send the logs to Apple, then everyday all the logs received will be transmitted to their respective developers.

When an App receives an important number of crash logs, then the logs will be visible and downloadable by the developer.
If you’ve chosen not to send the logs, then there is no way for the developer to detect and eliminate the bugs, unless you’ll contact with him directly via email.

 

iPill is receiving some negative reviews by some users because it apparently crashes on their devices, but I can’t see any crash log yet and that means either the number of crashes is too small compared to the number of installed copies, or nobody sends its crash logs to Apple.
So, if your copy of iPill crashes, please contact me via email and I’ll try to solve the problem.

Thank you.