Apple’s Remote App Developed by One Person, Company Run Like a Startup

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MikeLawson

Other than an iPad-specific version, what's to update? It works just fine as-is, doesn't it? It does for me.

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bazaarsoft

they want to wait to update until iOS 4 is available on the iPad.

As an iOS developer, the timing of the iPad and iOS 4.0 makes releasing a new version for each release is less than cost-effective, at least for free apps, when you've got other development priorities. We only released a minor update for the iPad because full screen usage is particularly useful in our app (not really so with Remote). Otherwise, we would have waited for iOS 4.x on the iPad and just done one big release with both screen size/orientation changes along with support for iOS 4 features. To do otherwise is a bit of a waste from a resource perspective.

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