We make software for iOS devices and we like tangerines. You can find links to the product pages for our current releases
on the column to the right. Check out those pages for more information on a specific app. You can find the apps themselves on
your neighborhood App Store. There is even a blog that we will try to update with our latest pseudo-random musings and thoughts
if that is your thing.
Have a look around and enjoy.
Beta Testers Wanted!
We are always looking for a few good beta testers. There are significant under-the-hood changes to RCLogbook coming and we
will be in the need for interested parties to help smash bugs. If you are interested and willing to really stress the
application, contact us through our support address
with some information on what device(s) and iOS version(s) you are using, background beta testing, and so on. We cannot
guarantee we will accept everyone who expresses interest.
A few things to keep in mind:
- The release we need beta testers for will require iOS 8.x or later. This is both due to the beta infrastructure as well
as the fact that the new version is dropping support for legacy iOS releases for a number of reasons.
- This activity invovles beta software, obviously. If you just want to get a peek at the app or use it before everyone else
at your field, wait. There may be data loss or other bad things and it is critical that we can rely on the testers to,
you know, test the app.
- You must be willing to actually test and stress the app, not just use it in your day-to-day activities.
- You must be willing to loose everything you do in the beta app. While we try to avoid bugs, it is possible that you will
need to re-enter everything you logged in the beta once the final release is available.
At this point, there is no exact ETA for the beta. The software is still undergoing a lot of active development and while we
are closer to entering beta than starting the coding, there is still lots to do. This probably means late summer, early fall
of 2015 assuming all goes well. In other words, there's no rush.