iPhone and iPad app released

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iPhone and iPad app released

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After a long effort, I've finally released the first version of a dedicated Go Problems app for iPhone and iPad:

https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZS ... 78548&mt=8

It comes with over 200 free problems, and has more problems available for in-app purchase. I've picked through only the best problems on this site, so right now there are about 4700 in the app.

Please check it out, and give me feedback. I want to continue to improve it.
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Re: iPhone and iPad app released

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Cool.
Any hope for an Android version?
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Re: iPhone and iPad app released

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i'll see how the iPhone version does first, but hopefully yes. someday. this one took long enough...
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For now, a good reason to look for an IPad... ;)
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Re: iPhone and iPad app released

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Cool app!
Congratulation, adum.
A little bug, - problem #169 cannot be solved because of some glitch.
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thanks for the bug report. i'll remove the bad problem in a future version.
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1) One more bug, - it crashes at pressesing "a hint" when there is no hint (at the "wrong" branch).
2) Selling sets of problems by rank (say, "Set of 1d-4d problems") would make more sense than as it is now.
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Re: iPhone and iPad app released

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1. thanks. i have fixed this for the next version.
2. i can see some advantages of selling sets by rank. however, that makes it more difficult for people who want a variety of problem difficulties. so there's no perfect solution. i picked this way.
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adum wrote:i'll see how the iPhone version does first, but hopefully yes. someday. this one took long enough...

Are there any news about an app for Android?
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I'm just saying it as a customer. I'd have bought a set of 4d+, but I have no interest in problems < 1d .
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