Some news and announcements regarding Electronic Toolbox and RF-Toolbox:
New Facebook page
Electronic and RF-Toolbox now have a dedicated Facebook Page.
The address is: https://www.facebook.com/electronictoolbox
Some users encouraged me to setup a Facebook page so that it is now easier to stay informed.
Windows Project Editor
As mentioned earlier, I developed a Windows Project Editor. This piece of software was basically developed for myself to create and edit projects on my Windows PC rather than breaking my fingers on the touch screen of my iPad or iPhone.
I thought that I should share this software with you rather then using it just for myself so I invited some of you for testing. The feedback I received from most testers (thank you!) was that the Project Editor is at least “usable” and doesn’t contain any major bugs that prevent it from using. So instead of finalizing this software I decided to release it to you so you no longer need to wait but please keep in mind, it is still beta. I will continue to work on this software once my next App Updates have been rolled out (see below).
You will find more information and the download link for the Project Editor here.
I am still interested in your feedback.
Next App Versions
Even though I sent out some Data updates, you may wonder when next next App updates will be available. I made the following decision:
Rather than releasing a new big update for both Apps, I will release smaller updates during the next weeks and months.
I already finished some very interesting new features, improvements and tools and am still working on some more. Some still need to be finalized and tested, some are already ready to be rolled out.
Instead of waiting until everything is completed, I decided to release Electronic Toolbox and RF-Toolbox in smaller pieces always whenever something can be rolled out. A few weeks later, I will then release a next version with some more features and so on.
The advantage is, that you, as a user, can benefit from the new features sooner. Also, I can directly and faster respond to possible bugs which can then be fixed immediately in the following release.
Disadvantage is, this is causing a little bit more overhead to me as every App Store roll-out is causing extra preparation and effort (sometimes debates with Apple if they claim the App doesn’t comply to a certain App Store guideline rule as happened lately).
Second, and to be honest that was so far one of my most important reasons for bigger updates, I will loose all your great App Store reviews with every update and I don’t want to push you too often to update your review on the App Store. These reviews are very important for the success of any App.
However, I think you will definitely benefit from smaller updates and so I will give it a try.
So during the next months, you can expect many updates with many new features and improvements.
I am really interested about your feedback.
Will keep you updated,