iOS6 / iPhone5 update available on the AppStore

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A new version of Nirvana for iPhone is now available on the AppStore.

What’s New in Version 1.0.2

  • UPDATE: iOS 6 support
  • UPDATE: iPhone 5 support
  • NEW: Added None option for tag filtering
  • CHANGE: Remove Tick Animation & Quotinator

Please go forth and update them devices.

taller iphone5 screen with fixed prev/next buttons

taller iphone5 screen with fixed prev/next buttons

And just to get out ahead of the inevitable comments/questions…
the android app should be available as a public beta sometime next week.

 

Comments

7 Comments on iOS6 / iPhone5 update available on the AppStore

  1. Travis on Thu, 25th Oct 2012 11:55 am
  2. Nice work! You may want to charge the battery on the phone you took the screenshot with…. just saying. :)

  3. Simon on Thu, 25th Oct 2012 11:58 am
  4. Not sure why, but Travis’s comment above really made me smile (still smiling!)

  5. Simon on Thu, 25th Oct 2012 12:00 pm
  6. By the way, what’s a Quotinator?

  7. Elbert on Thu, 25th Oct 2012 12:14 pm
  8. haha – i was wondering if anyone would point out my battery usage. re: the “quotinator” – it was a little easter egg that mitch put in during beta. if you tapped the nirvana logo 5 times the app would start spewing motivational phrases, gathered from around the interwebs. ;-)

  9. Travis on Thu, 25th Oct 2012 3:46 pm
  10. Ah yea, I found that easter egg. I forgot about it.

  11. Pankaj on Thu, 1st Nov 2012 10:28 pm
  12. my god..[cribbing].. update for iphone app… where is the android app.
    my cell’s battery is full… waiting…

  13. dani on Tue, 20th Nov 2012 5:02 am
  14. Hi!.
    Native Android app? previsions?
    thanks.
    dani.

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