Wee Red Book app 2013-14 edition now free!

<![CDATA[Following on from the success of the Wee Red App in the 2012-13 season, we decided to update and publish it again for the 2013-14 season. With the season now well under way, and with the print edition now sold out, we’ve decided to make the app completely free for the rest of the season.Continue reading “Wee Red Book app 2013-14 edition now free!”

The Wee Red App 2013-14 edition now available

<![CDATA[Following the success of the first ever Wee Red App in 2012, we’ve been working hard on a new edition of the app for the 2013-14 football season. The new version features more content than before, plus an exclusive ‘offers’ section that allows companies to offer daily or weekly discount offers to app users. TheContinue reading “The Wee Red App 2013-14 edition now available”

Sunday Herald Life app launches this weekend

<![CDATA[ This weekend sees the launch of the Sunday Herald Life app, the first public app I’ve released based on the Adobe DPS platform. Issue number one is available now, free of charge from iTunes: http://bit.ly/sh-life I’ve been using Adobe DPS on and off for a couple of years now and have been really impressedContinue reading “Sunday Herald Life app launches this weekend”

Wee Red Book app is now free!

<![CDATA[Last summer I was given the opportunity to develop my first iPhone app. It was for the Wee Red Book, the Evening Times football almanac that has been published since the 1920s. Today we’re making the app completely free for the rest of the 2012-13 season. Hit the relevant store link below to get yourContinue reading “Wee Red Book app is now free!”

The Wee Red Book: now available as an app

<![CDATA[The Wee Red Book is the definitive football annual in Scotland. First published in 1928, the book contains hundreds of pages of football facts and trivia dating back as far as the 1870s. Last year I put forward the idea of turning the book into a mobile app. It seemed like a logical move –Continue reading “The Wee Red Book: now available as an app”