Samsung is a “chaebol” – one of the family-run conglomerates that dominate South Korean society. Almost Mafia-like in their obsessive secrecy and reach, chaebols have influence in most markets and industries in the country and wield huge political influence. They have also not been shy of using underhand methods to maintain their position. In 1997, […]
For some reason, this website has started to get quite popular. What started as a showcase for the iPhone apps I have written, has gotten more and more hits. This blog has helped, but also adding in all the must see locations that are featured in my apps. For the first time ever, we reached […]
You will soon have the option of becoming a gold member on out travel guides, which means you get access to all our guides, and all our updates. It costs around $20, and get over $100 worth of guides.
Here is a great guide for setting up In-App Purchasing for developers. These are the two steps that always get me: If you don’t have a unique App ID, create one as follows: On the App IDs tab in the developer portal, select “New App ID” Fill in the following information: Display name: Pick a […]
You can get our latest app, City Travel guides, which is out now. It is completely free to get and try out, and you buy new guides to add on to it. You can add as many cities as you want. Get it here for free Cities Travel Guides for the iPad, iPhone and iPod […]
I was having a problem with setRegion randomly crashing my app. This was due to setting the wrong latitude and longitude in CLLocationCoordinate2D. But then I can across the great function CLLocationCoordinate2DIsValid(), which lets you test to see whether you have good co-ordinates. This solved the problem. Often when dealing with data, the longitude and […]
This one error got me for a while: This account doesn’t have permission to make in app purchases. You can change the account permissions in iTunes connect. [Environment: Sandbox] The problem I has is that I was using a different temp account than the account I was running the app on. If you are already […]
…everyone around me was in urgent motion, often miserably trying to achieve some effect that I had thoughtlessly set down in my screen directions. “A raven lands on a rock” had cost me only a few keystrokes, but that mindless literary flourish translated into thousands of dollars of precious production time as a frustrated raven […]
Here I am presenting the two apps that I created for the MIPCube conference in Cannes, France. It was an amazing experience, and I got to see a side of the TV industry that most people do not. You can read more about my apps at Rewired State. Thanks to Rewired state and Midem for […]
This is the amazing Yacht that Rewired State and MIPCube are putting us up on for the weekend. Will see how much work we can get done in these beautiful surroundings. The aim is to come up with apps for the TV industry, and helping people stay in touch with their favorite TV shows.