Release 1.1.1 look at the download reports

I did a small update to fix an issue with the OAuth Token expiring while the app was working. When the user enters the app from being closed, it updates (sometimes it requires a user action). I would prefer to get this fixed that after the initial authentication, any other update will go automatically.

I also fixed the pinch to zoom method of looking at the pictures and added an email feedback in the app menu. I added the email feedback because I got another review stating that the app didn’t work on a Z10. With no way of contacting the reviewer, I figured the next best thing was to provide a way for users to contact me directly with their issues. I did get a review after the update from a Z10 user that said it does work. So, I don’t know what the issue is.

Anyway, this wasn’t a big update, so this release was 1.1.1 (build 2, because I had to remove “BB10” on the splash screen and replace it with BlackBerry 10)

Looking at my download report-meetupforblackberry10-11jan_marks.png

The chart does show that I am stilling getting new users since the last update. It looks like I have about 200 users, even thought there are a lot more downloads of the app. The spread is still over over the place. I am amazed at the different locations that are downloading the app. I just hope it works with all the different languages.

I also had one of these listed
Porsche Design P9982 10.2.0 T-Mobile US

Hopefully I can get more features added soon and get to the point of adding an in app purchase to see how that will work.

About DeanLogic
Dean has been playing around with programming ever since his family got an IBM PC back in the early 80's. Things have changed since BASICA and Dean has dabbled in HTML, JavaScript, Action Script, Flex, Flash, PHP, C#, C++, J2ME and SQL. On this site Dean likes to share his adventures in coding. And since programming isn't enough of a time killer, Dean has also picked up the hobby of short film creation.

About DeanLogic

Dean has been playing around with programming ever since his family got an IBM PC back in the early 80's. Things have changed since BASICA and Dean has dabbled in HTML, JavaScript, Action Script, Flex, Flash, PHP, C#, C++, J2ME and SQL. On this site Dean likes to share his adventures in coding. And since programming isn't enough of a time killer, Dean has also picked up the hobby of short film creation.

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