This morning, Apple posted a profile of me and my software company. If you’re on an iPhone or iPad, you can find it on the front page of the App Store.
Bronson Watermarker, our app for quickly personalizing PDFs, has an update in the Mac App Store. Version 2.0.4 fixes a minor drawing bug.
Most of the support emails we get are about problems. Something isn’t working right, or is confusing, and a customer needs help. Roughly once a week, we’ll get a support email that is, well, supportive. So I thought I’d single two of them them out, both to thank the users who took the time to write them and encourage everyone to tell developers when things are great.
Bronson Watermarker PDF is our first effort at internationalizing an app. The process was mostly smooth, but not without some surprises.
John and Craig discuss whether screenwriters are better off pursing writing assignments or working on their own material. They also look at the visual comedy of Edgar Wright, and The Shawshank Redemption’s 20th anniversary.
We have a new app out today: Bronson Watermarker PDF. It’s in the Mac App Store, and 50% off through Sunday, June 8th.
I’m the guest on the new episode of the Mac Power Users podcast, discussing my writing workflow, the Scriptnotes podcast, and the apps makes.
David Smith has compiled a list of recommendations for making the App Store experience better, including a better way to handle refunds.
As someone who sells apps, I’d love near-real-time sales reports, link tracking, and better management of promo codes. But what I want most is for Apple to get rid of the charts.
The new version of Bronson Watermarker adds our customization of the font, size and opacity of watermarks, along with Mountain Lion and Retina support.
Bronson Watermarker 1.5 adds support for photos and images.