Archive for the ‘DeskClock’ Category

Chilli X update

July 25, 2012

 

As you might have noticed we’ve been quietly releasing updates to some of our apps recently. Apple makes frequent updates to its iOS and sometimes these can cause problems for some users unless apps are updated to accommodate these ‘under the hood’ changes.

As a result, we’ve started the process of updating and polishing our apps to make sure everything is still running smoothly. The first 3 have been DeskClock, PhotoFrame and Juiced, all of which have had bugs squashed and visual tweaks.

Keep watching this blog or follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with our progress.

DeskClock 2011 update

May 13, 2011

After much delay, we’re pleased to announce that the latest version of DeskClock has just gone live in the App Store.

It finally features the full screen year view calendar for 2011. Thanks to everybody for their patience while we got to the bottom of this one – we won’t go into the exact details behind the delay, but suffice to say it was due to circumstances beyond our control, not that we just couldn’t be bothered.

Anyway, as you can see above, the app features a handy year-at-a-glance calendar as well as the standard clock and month view below…

If you haven’t already got a copy, then now’s as good a time as any – get it here

Christmas Updates

December 24, 2009

By the time you read this two little App updates should have appeared in the AppStore.

First off is MyCal which is an interim update to keep it working into January 2010. It also fixes the bug that some users were experiencing where pictures they took with their phones were appearing upside down in MyCal. There’s a bigger, better version of MyCal coming early in the new year with new features and images, so watch out for it.

In case you don’t know MyCal, it’s a simple little App that allows you to add calendar information to your pictures to create beautiful wallpapers for your iPhone or iPod touch.

MyCal

MyCal - January 2010

Then we’ve added a 2010 year view to DeskClock to keep it up to date. We’ve also fixed the issue where AM or PM were still showing up when you selected the 24 HR clock – so no more 20.30 PMs!

2010 year view

DeskClock's 2010 year view

They should both be available now – Merry Christmas everybody!

DeskClock year view update

March 18, 2009

I know we’ve already mentioned this one but we just thought we’d let you that’s just gone live today.

Look for your free update in the App Store or take the plunge and buy it now if you don’t already own a copy – just 99c.

DeskClock's new year view

DeskClock's new year view

DeskClock adds year-at-a-glance view

March 13, 2009

We’ve just updated our popular iPhone app, DeskClock to include a useful whole year calendar view.

Just click anywhere on the screen to toggle between the standard display and the new year-at-a-glance view. We hope you enjoy the free update and if you haven’t got a copy of DeskClock yet this might be just the excuse you need…

DeskClock's new year view

DeskClock's new year-at-a-glance view view

Time, day, date and monthly calendar

Time, day, date and monthly calendar

DeskClock display problem

February 3, 2009

Apologies to everyone who been experiencing DeskClock’s bizarre behaviour over the last couple of days.

If you’re having problems with the time and calendar appearing blank since February 1st then the quickest fix is to go to the settings screen and set the week to start on Sunday rather than Monday. You’ll be pleased to know that we’ve tracked the bug down and submitted a new version to Apple – so an update should be appearing any day now. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Welcome to DeskClock – our latest app

November 25, 2008

DeskClockWe’re proud to announce that DeskClock is now available in the App Store.

Very much a companion to PhotoFrame, DeskClock is designed to provide an attractively designed, easy-to-read clock and calendar combination. 

You can customise the colour scheme and choose between a 12 and 24 hour display. We just wanted something crisp and clean looking that did just one thing but did it well…

As always, we’d love to know what you think.