For the past year one of the 2 principals from surje has been putting apps aside to work on a textbook on the fundamentals of web development. If you’ve noticed things slow down that’s why. Well, it’s finally here, after
Very excited about the new patch to Word Slide & Find in the app store. We used to use the built in dictionary that comes with iOS, but as of iOS6 that dictionary was REALLLLLYY SSSLLLLOOOOOWWWWW. It appears to be
Even though we’re all super busy around here, it only made sense to try new iOS 7 update from Apple. It’s the first time the UI changed in a long time and we’re excited to see how our apps fare.
We have a new client is a local mom who posts about our neighborhood. YYCMom.com shares her opinions on all things related to shopping, stores and living in Calgary as a Mom. It’s actually quite fun to read so far.
Every year at this time, people are frantically looking for fun games to relax with over the holiday. We here at Surje aim to please and are summarizing some of our best Holiday games for the season. Santa’s Loot is
I have a client who insisted on the cheapest hosting possible. Despite my recommendation to go with something else, this client was persuaded to choose HostPapa, and now I have to fix my client’s site. Since the host still hasn’t
I checked our update stats since we released our iOS6 updates and found over 10,000 updates! I interpret that to mean that at least 10,000 downloads of our apps have remained on people’s devices. There may be 10 thousand people
So in the end we updated Rafter’s Loot, CryptoQuip and Santa’s Loot for iOS6! The physics games work great on the larger screen. I’m hoping iOS6 will patch the dictionary lookup since WordSlide still works better on iOS5 (on my
So rather than fix my poorest performing game I decided to improve my best performing game for iOS6. We submitted updates last night and hope to take advantage of that bigger screen. Cryptoquip is sometimes a little tight, so the
Just a brief update from App land here in Calgary. iOS 6 lands today for the public, so I can give you my impressions as a developer. Now it’s important to note that I’m not a full time developer as