Archive for March, 2009

GearIt v1.1 has been submitted to the app store…

March 26th, 2009

Ok, after weeks of development I have finally finished version 1.1 of GearIt. This version is a major update to the application. The whole app is a major overhaul to support the new features.

New Features –
• The Interface has been enhanced
• Slider for Spur & Pinion Gears now supports larger sizes
• Directional buttons to increment and decrement the Spur & Pinion Gear sizes
• The ability to add your own custom cars
• Update to the latest car list
• New Rollout view, you can now calculate for needed Spur, Pinion on a desired Rollout
• Added more cars from –
– Team Associate
– Corally
– Team XRay
– Traxxas

By the way, I really want to say thank you to everyone for their great feedback and suggestions. I was not able to get all of them in to this build but they are coming, namely being able to save Gearing info to be recalled later. I also want to thank all of the manufactures that responded with additional cars and praise.

Here are a few screen shots of what was submitted to the app store. So hopefully after a week or so the app will get posted.

GearIt status…

March 7th, 2009

Hey, so it’s been almost a week since I submitted v1.0.1 to the app store and still no status on it getting approved .

In that time I’ve been hard at work on a re-write which contains many of the features those of you have been asking for like a separate “Rollout” calculation page and the ability to add your own cars. I have the Gear ratio code done and the rollout code is done I’m now just working on the ability to add your own custom cars.

I’ll keep you posted on the progress and I’ll even post some screen shots when it’s in a better state.

Please keep the feedback coming!

GearIt v1.0.1 Submitted to App Store

March 1st, 2009

So I have submitted GearIt v.1.0.1 to the iTunes App store which means it will be about a week before it’s approved. Assuming it does not get rejected, which should be very unlikely since it’s just a simple update containing more cars.