I’m happy to announce the immediate release of our new game, 4 in a Row, which is available now on Apple’s new App Store. Although Milton Bradley made the game famous under the name Connect Four, the game itself is actually very old. It was originally called “Captain’s Mistress”, the rumor being that Captain Cook [...]
Today, along with LateNiteSoft, I am happy to announce that Snapshot has found a new home. While it is a little sad to see one of our babies leave the nest, I believe this is good news for everyone involved, especially and most importantly Snapshot’s users.
Over the last few months it has become painfully obvious [...]
It’s been far to quiet around here for far too long, and I’m know that many people are wondering what the status is for On The Job 3. Some might say say that we’ve been saying it’s coming “soon” for a little to long at this point. Well, I would agree. The good news is [...]
Just a quick note to let you know that the Stunt offices will be closed until the second week in January. We will do our best to get back to emails, but please expect delays. Have a happy non-denomintional holiday!
It’s the holiday season, and as you may have already heard, MacSanta is back. Use the coupon code MACSANTA07 today in our store for 20% off of all of our software, or MACSANTA07TEN until the end of the month for a 10% discount. Once you’ve finished filling up your stockings with our software, take a [...]
Ever since the Stacks feature of OS X 10.5 was announced, people have been calling it an Overflow killer. To be honest, we weren’t exactly sure how the new feature would pan out in comparison to Overflow. It sure looked similar enough in last summer’s WWDC Keynote presentation! Even more frustratingly, since we later had [...]
Happy Leopard Day!
To make sure everyone using our software has a smooth transition to Leopard, we have updated Overflow and On The Job to improve their compatibility with the new OS. The good news is that we didn’t even have to update our other two applications, Downsize and Snapshot, thanks to the great work of [...]
There were a couple of bugs that some users experienced with Overflow 2.5 that needed addressing, especially related to importing data from older versions of Overflow. Hence the quick point release. You can grab the new version here, or from the web page here.
If you were one of the users who experienced problems and your [...]
Just a quick note to mention that Overflow 2.5 is now available from our website. Version 2.5 adds a bunch of user requested features, such as:
Dragging a file over Overflow’s dock icon now instantly opens the Overflow window to allow the file to be dropped on an application or folder contained in Overflow, making it [...]
Web apps can’t use the iPhone’s multi-touch input method. That’s reason enough that web apps can’t be real apps on an iPhone.
From a more personal perspective, the lack of a “real” iPhone SDK wasn’t the part of the keynote that left the biggest impression. Rather, I couldn’t help but notice that the new Stacks [...]