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Ekawada: Submitted!

4 November 2010 — The Ekawada string-figure app for iOS is submitted to the App Store — 1-minute read

Last night I finished the marketing site for Ekawada (at least, the first draft of it), plugged the last of the memory leaks reported by the Instruments tool, created some app icons that I finally felt did the app justice, and…and… YES! I submitted Ekawada to the App Store!

I’ve been told that the review process for new submissions is currently taking a little more than a week, so with a bit of luck Ekawada could be available for download sometime late next week.

I’m giddy!

Reader Comments

You have clearly done something right with your marketing strategy, this product is all over my ruby feeds!

@Chris, that’s awesome, considering the only Ruby involved is in my build system. :)

Hi Jamis I really appreciate this app idea and I am very much looking forward to it! Want to get it the moment it’s available and will give you immediate feedback! Janine, Munich, Germany

Thanks, Janine! I look forward to your comments!

My son and I have been looking forward to this for a while – we’re excited about it. Any news? Hope it’s working out ok.

Sorry for the silence, @Andrew. The approval process was long and arduous, but the app is finally available, as of last night! I’m drafting an announcement right now. Please let me know what you think of the app!