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Bargraph updates

I don’t know how I have been so lucky, but each update of Barograph that I have submitted has been approved by Apple within one day, sometimes less. The average app store review time right now is somewhere around 11 days, so I have been incredibly lucky. The only reason I can think of is that Apple is prioritizing my app’s updates because it uses new iPhone 6 / 6 Plus functionality. I’m going to try to keep it up and submit a small update very day if I can and see if they keep going through in one day. So far since release date I have adde pressure units, elevation units, in app purchases, screen lock, and many UI improvements.

For comparison, StepTracker’s last update took 7 days to approve and the update before that took 10 (and all the previous update did was prevent iOS7 users from downloading).

Here’s a video demo I put together of Barograph which should soon appear next to the screenshots in iTunes.

Introducing Barograph

I'd like to announce the release of my latest iOS app project, Barograph!

Barograph turns your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus into a real-time barometer and altimeter. It displays and plots the pressure data from the M8 chip in the new iPhones and supports multiple units such as kPa, mbar, mmHg, meters, and feet. You can use it to monitor the weather, or to keep track of the changes in elevation as you move around.

Right now, Barograph is completely free and supported by iAds. Eventually I will add an option where you can pay to disable the ads.

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View Barograph on the app store

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