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Mac users be sure to update your Doris app, some UI improvements in the new release.
Built for Dolce & Gabbana in collaboration with Hi-ReS! London, our latest project Watches just went live in the App Store.
The Cancer Management Handbook was another project for UBM Medica. We worked with their team to produce this rich, multi-media handbook for cancer-care clinicians. The handbook includes over 3000 pages of the latest medical research allowing Oncology professionals to quickly locate up to the minute cancer care information. The app […]
Looks like the Kings and Queens app we built is being featured in iTunes again.
Last week we released our latest app, TeneoMobile [iTunes link], a virtual assistant iPhone app we built for Artificial Solutions. The app allows you to have a regular conversation with Sol, the company’s 23 century virtual assistant, who can answer every question you throw at her. TeneoMobile nicely integrates with […]
Dear Mac users, please upgrade to the latest version of DorisDesktop: Download the latest version of DorisDesktop This latest version fixes a lot of usability bugs and is recommended for all users. This will be the last update before I introduce the new multiple view layout that will make a […]
Just in time for the Royal Wedding, check out the latest app we’ve just built, Kings and Queens, currently featured by Apple as the iPad App of the Week. The app was a collaboration between Trade Mobile and Harper Collins and we were hired by Trade Mobile to build it. The app […]
In fact the app’s not on the App Store yet, it’s due to be submitted on Thursday, but an early version went on show at the London Book Fair 2011.
Check out the latest version of DorisDesktop – I’ve done a complete UI overhaul and it’s much more pleasant to use. UI improvements include: Apple Mail like interface with task counts per group date creation and update times in collapsible panel better keyboard controls: use <command> N for new Task […]
Check out our EDF Energy [itunes link] iPhone app, especially if you’re an EDF customer, it’s currently being featured by Apple in the What’s New section in the UK App Store, and is in the top 10 in the Utilities category. The ratings are not too bad either. Thanks to […]
After quite a bit of work a new version of DorisDesktop is ready, you can download it here. While in beta the app will be free. My plan is to make the desktop version of Doris the most full-featured of all the ways of accessing Doris, it’s where all the new ideas […]
We added a new page to our iOS Services section, How To Troubleshoot Ad Hoc Builds for iPhone and iPad. Hopefully there’s some helpful advice there for the next time you have problems getting an Ad Hoc build to install properly.
I was fortunate enough to be interviewed on Mashable by Jolie O’Dell recently, cited as a “PHP expert” 🙂 Here’s a full transcript of the original email interview, some responses make more sense in context: DT: Am running a bit behind but here are my answers for your interview, please […]
CliniCal, a medical calculator app we recently added some enhancements too, is currently #1 in the Medical category on the UK app store [iTunes link]. Read more about the app here.
There have been a lot of interesting developments in the mobile industry recently, particularly with the usage of iPads going mainstream with corporates, so I’ve added a feed to the site to keep readers up to date with some of the big stories. You can find the feed at the […]
(via tuaw) tap tap tap, developers of a number of popular iPhone apps, recently posted an entry on their in-house blog about how they made their most recent launch, Camera+, succeed in the App Store. According to the company, the classy photography app launched very successfully, making over $250,000 in the […]
If you haven’t played with an iPad yet I highly recommend it. It’s surprising how much more fun it is to use than a laptop or regular mobile device. Even the iPhone feels quite boring by comparison. To give you some ideas Apple has created a site profiling some of […]
Thanks to all the users who wrote in about the Doris crashes after updating to iOS4, a new binary was uploaded to Apple last night and should be with you shortly! Thanks for your patience.
There was an issue with the new Yahoo login feature on our Read Later app, this is now fixed since our latest update went live in the App Store last night. Yahoo had changed the HTML on their login page which we scrape to allow for easy logins from our app. […]
On May 4th we released a major update for our My High Street app. At last you can view your favourites brands and retailers within the app, no need to quit out into the Maps app. Also we added the ability to search by brand or retailer. Rather than having […]
On April 8th 2010 we released a major update for our Read Later iPhone app. Users will happy to hear you can now login to the app either with your Yahoo ID, or a Delicious ID. As some users may be aware, in the last few months Delicious has changed its […]
I got a chance yesterday to put together a brief list of some of the iPhone apps we’ve developed recently, check it out: http://seagullsystems.com/services/iphone-development/our-customer-apps/ You can also get more information about our in-house apps and how to get a quote here: http://seagullsystems.com/services/iphone-development/ If you’re a customer here’s some information on locating […]
Check out the Feb 2010 issue of T3, in their 60 Best iPhone Apps feature you’ll find our My High Street app as one of the 4 finalists in the shopping section. Thanks guys!
We’d like to thank all our customers and partners for a great year and we wish you all the best in health and happiness for 2010. Thanks for your continued interest and support and stay tuned in 2010 for some great new products we’ll be announcing. Season’s Greetings!
As some of our techie users will have guessed, we’ve had an API (Application Programming Interface) for Doris working for some time now, that’s the reason you can use a range of clients (iPhone, Dashboard widget, Opera widget) to access and update your account data. But starting today we’ve made […]
The folks over at Betavine/Vodafone interviewed me several weeks ago thanks to our second place results in the Betavine widget contest. We had of course hoped to win the contest with our Doris widget but were very pleased with second place results, there were a lot of great competitors. Read […]
Read later finally went live in the AppStore last Saturday. Took a bit longer than expected, but that’s Apple for you 😉 Read Later is targeted at heavy Delicious.com users who want to keep track of their favourite web finds and don’t always have time to read everything they bookmark. […]
We almost won, but second place is not too bad so we’re really happy with the Betavine results! Two months ago we entered the Betavine competition which asked mobile developers to build widgets for devices based on the S60 platform using the Opera widget runtime. You can check out the […]
When we launched Doris back in Oct 2008, of course we were nowhere to be found in Google. After a few months we were comfortably in the top 10 results for “doris”. So to overtake Doris Day and claim the #1 spot is quite a proud moment – thanks to […]
We’ve had the Seagull Systems site totally redone. In the new version you’ll find details of our iPhone development work, our new products: Doris, My High Street and Read Later, and some new services we’ll be offering. In the weeks to come we’ll be adding more details about the new […]
Our latest iPhone app, Read later, was submitted to the AppStore last week and will go live any day now. The app is targeted at heavy Delicious.com users who want to keep track of their favourite web finds and don’t always have time to read everything they bookmark. Simply add […]
After some preparation, the public beta for Doris was finally announced yesterday! We’ve had some great feedback so far, and are scrambling to keep up with feature requests already coming in. Some interesting enhancements on the near horizon: community translation, so Doris will be available in YOUR language iPhone doris, […]
I didn’t get a chance yet to blog about our last TechCrunching, but Kindo, the startup I co-founded in March 2007, today announced its sale to MyHeritage, the biggest player in the family tree space. Kindo is a PHP social net app built on our Seagull framework and other open […]