February 10, 2009. Quite a while back I decided to abandon my Bluetooth Switch and Firewall Switch widgets. I had already started on new versions of them, but they no longer worked in Leopard, few people seemed to be interested, and I didn’t have a lot of free time to spend on them. I can’t say I have any more free time these days, but I have learned a few things that made updating these pretty simple—so I decided… Read more »

February 7, 2009. Extend your Dock or desktop onto your Dashboard. Create visual shortcuts to your favorite sites. Create a button to open new widgets. Or just decorate your Dashboard. Just by dropping a file or two onto Plus, you can: • Create a widget that launches any application, widget, file, folder, or web address just by dropping it onto Plus. It’s perfect for quick access to things you don’t… Read more »

February 5, 2009. We’re giving away a few free copies of Delivery Status touch! These codes are valid in the US store only. Just open iTunes, go to the iTunes Store, and click the “Redeem” link on the right side of the home page. It’s in the “Quick Links” section. • AAPHL9FK3PT4 • JENXJFK6HJKY • 6A6TJ373R4HA • L3AHLPMPHMJX • EWW4L9W3JJE6 • K63FYNXELXFK •… Read more »

January 19, 2009. The old Delivery Status graphics system When I started the Delivery Status widget it didn’t support many services. I wanted each service to be visually distinct, so I created entirely separate graphics for each one. It was sensible at the time, but as I started adding more services it turned into a hassle. Each service was four separate graphics (left, middle, right, and logo) for each size… Read more »

October 31, 2008. This was a nice surprise today: iLounge, arguably the top site for iPod and iPhone reviews and news, released their 2009 iPod + iPhone Buyers’ Guide. Among other things, the guide includes their “100 Best iPhone and iPod touch Apps and Games”, and I’m proud to see Delivery Status touch on that list! It’s very flattering to be listed alongside other top apps like Twitteriffic and Facebook. I’d… Read more »