TalkTime Updated

[11/21/2012]
Ok, sorry about that, folks. The resubmission went through and version 1.1 was pushed out to my phone this morning. Sorry about the mix-up!

[11/14/2012]
Oops! Due to a bonehead mistake on my part it doesn’t look like the XAP file actually updated. I’ve resubmitted with the updated file. Hopefully it’ll be approved in a few days. Sorry!

TalkTimeAbout two weeks ago I released TalkTime, my second Windows Phone app.  So far it has been downloaded nearly 500 times and is enjoying a 4 star rating (one “kind” reviewer gave it a two star review because it doesn’t have voice – whatever that’s supposed to mean for this app).  I’ve received some really good feedback and it didn’t take long for a recurring feature request to emerge.  Given the frequency of requests for overtime I decided to release version 1.1!

In addition to overtime, version 1.1 includes a few tweaks to the clock display, some icon adjustments under the light theme, and a Spanish localization fix.

If you’re one of the people who has already downloaded TalkTime (Thank you!) you should see the update in the store in the next 24 hours or so.  If you haven’t downloaded it yet and you’re looking for a free, simple, and easy-to-read app to keep track of time during a presentation (or anything else you can imagine) I encourage you to give it a shot.

Download TalkTime

Download TalkTime

Advertisements