Version 1.0.1 of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice app for Android is now released!
Yesterday, version 1.0 was released, the first version of The Sorcerer’s App for the Android platform. I’m happy with the way this turned out — all the essential functionality that was part of the initial iPhone release has been moved over, and along the way I think some things even got a bit of an improvement.
See the ‘Using the Sorcerer’s App (Android)‘ tab above for lots of details on the features and how to use them — this complete document is also available on the device (open the Navigation Drawer and select ‘Help’ and you can get the help directly in the app).
A number of users immediately downloaded and starting using the app — which is great! And at least a few of them ran into crashes, which is not so great, but very useful to me as a developer to get the crash logs and see where things weren’t quite right coming out of the gate. I uploaded Version 1.0.1 just minutes ago which I believe clears up all the known issues, but I’ll continue to watch the developer console very closely to see if anything else crops up among the early users.
Additional features for the app are under development and I’ve had a couple of enhancement and feature requests as well, so I’ll keep this post short so I can get back to work on new capabilities.
Thanks to all of you who suggested (sometimes, ahem, rather strongly 🙂 ) that an Android version was needed — I really appreciate your patience and enthusiasm. I hope it’s been worth the wait … and stay tuned for further versions which will be even more exciting!