Thursday, 26 September 2013

APViewer 1.2.4 uploaded

I have just uploaded APViewer 1.2.4 to AppStore, waiting for approval. It is now compatible with iOS7.

I have added a few minor functions:
Select/deselect all during edit mode
Show/hide image name

Fixed the issue (I think...) when you are scrolling and rotating, the image would go into some other pages.

I have tried to improve the performance and memory problem. It should be slightly better now.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the app! One bug I noticed is a problem when zooming and then scrolling. A good feature to add would be the ability to hide the iPhone status bar while viewing photos.

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  2. Clarification: the problem with zooming and scrolling only occurs when attempting to scroll to the left.

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  3. Great app. But no updates till now. And suggest one feature will make this app the best and make my life aesier is possibility to add tags to photos and !export tagged filenames list to email or notes or somewhere. No one have this very very professional usefull feature

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    1. Thanks for the tags suggestion. I will definitely think something around it. Just a bit confused on the suggested export feature. Do you mean to export the images, or export only the file names?

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  4. Sorry about the no update for so long. I am planing some minor update soon with some improvement and compatibility update.

    Thanks for the tags suggestion. I will definitely think something around it. Just a bit confused on the suggested export feature. Do you mean to export the images, or export only the file names?

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  5. Hi there i have forgot my passcode and have really important pictures on your app can you help me please x

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    1. Hi Taylorlee,

      http://shadowlow.blogspot.co.nz/2011/08/apv-help-guide-version-10.html
      You can refer to the guide: Following step 3 and 4. Then on step 5, instead of select the "Add to...", you should select the files in the list, and select "Save to..."

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  7. Thanks for making this app, it's great. The best one I've come across of the 15 I've just looked at. I have a couple questions for you... I'm doing a few presentations in a few weeks and I'm thinking of using this app to view the pictures I need to show my audience, because I can customise exactly what they see as opposed to the built in photos app from Apple... I'd really appreciate it if you can answer the following questions:

    1. If I'm using this for an extended period of time, will there be any unexpected notifications pop up?

    2. Is this the full version? Would I need to pay for a full version after a given time?

    Thanks again for making this. If you get back to me soon I'll write you a lovely 5 star review, because the work you've put in definitely deserves it.

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    1. Hi Alex,

      There is no pop-up or any other restriction on the app. So to answer your questions:
      1: No pop up
      2: Yes, it is the full version.

      Initially, I built the app because I needed a photo app myself that I could manage the photos easily.

      There is a plan to add more features via in-app purchases and are entirely optional. However, none of these have been developed yet.

      I have been delaying the update (this current version is meant for iOS 7) due to priority in life.

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    2. That's great, exactly what I needed to know. Thanks very much, really appreciate the quick reply too.

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