I’ve spent most of the weekend working on an iPad version of Watch Case. The tricky part wasn’t the UI but the syncing of data between multiple devices. Hopefully I didn’t introduce too many glitches….
My goal with Watch Case App is to create an unified experience to catalog watch collections. Sort of like Notes app does for notes. I’m excited for #marzipan once it arrives :-) One codebase sounds tempting.
Touring Catalonia with an old Wostok on my wrist :-) ⌚️ 🏝🗻⛺️
I’m building a new watch case from a box I got at a vintage market a few weeks ago. The box was in a great condition but need a new coat of paint…
On my wrist today. An old Kirovskie watch that belonged to my grandpa… 😍🔥🕰
Get it while its hot! Watch Case just landed on the App Store and you need it to keep your wristwatch collection sane ;-) App Store Link
On my wrist as I’m working on an iOS app for watch collectors. Makes me smile each time I look at my wrist…
Is it normal for an app to be in waiting for review for more than 3 work days? I decided to cancel and re-submit. Maybe all the reviewers are still celebrating their new amazing TV and magazine services and forgot about me? 0_o
So the app made out of my interest to mechanical watches is almost ready and I would be curious to hear your feedback. If you own a wristwatch (or a few) give the app a try ;-) Thanks! Test Flight link
First build of my new app called Watch Case is waiting for review for TestFlight beta tests. If you collect mechanical watches or have a few and would like to keep your collection organized, this app might be useful to you. I will