Category Archives: iOS
The long wait is over. Puzzle Poker is finally available to download on the App Store! It’s free-to-try, so what’s stopping you?!
There are roughly the same number of molecules in a litre of water as there are stars in the observable universe – 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 give or take a zero or two. For me this makes the universe seem tiny – and … Continue reading
I’m currently trying to do too many different things at once, so everything is taking a lot longer than I expected to complete… even so, I have almost finished work on a minor update for Instrumental. So far this includes: Retina … Continue reading
I’ve just updated Instrumental’s Propellerhead driver to better support Reason 6 and Reason Essentials. The update includes: support for the Master Section and Main Mixer Channels in both Reason 6 and Reason Essentials. Default mappings for the new effect units in Reason … Continue reading
Instrumental is ON SALE at HALF PRICE for a very limited time. Get in quick!
To celebrate the release of Möbius, both Morris and Tablut are on sale @ 99c for the rest of 2011. Happy Holidays!
Möbius 1.0.0 – the picture puzzle with a Möbius twist - is now available on the App Store. A simple set of rules, an intuitive touch interface, and a mind-bending challenge for puzzlers of all ages. Warning: This puzzle is HARD! … Continue reading
The kind folks at IK Multimedia have just sent me a new iRIG MIDI to try with Instrumental. It is a hardware MIDI interface that plugs directly into the dock connector. To use it: plug it in, select the iRIG MIDI … Continue reading
Instrumental 1.1.0 is now available on the App Store; this adds support for USB MIDI devices connected via the iPad Camera Connection Kit. Using a USB MIDI adaptor such as the M-Audio 1-In/1-Out USB Bus-Powered MIDI Interface you can use … Continue reading
Instrumental 1.1.0, which I have just submitted to the App Store, adds support for the iPad Camera Connection Kit. This allows you to connect standard USB-MIDI devices to your iPad, which can then be controlled with Instrumental. If you use a … Continue reading