BetaCards is an app I built, originally, in one day. The main goal of the app was to force me to do some stuff with the Sincerely Sip SDK I have been planning on doing since October of last year, but kept putting off. 
Using the app is easy — pick a photo from a photo source, and then send it as a postcard using Sincerely. The app is free, each postcard is $1.99 in the U.S. ($2.99 International). I don’t get to keep much of that, but every card purchased through the app helps and is appreciated. 
BetaCards was rejected by Apple at one point due to the name. Apparently, the review team thought I was releasing a beta app, which is a no-no. In the end, I was able to fix two bugs that should have never happened (exactly why you never hear about apps shipping in one day), add Camera+ integration and Apple eventually approved the app, as is.
I know the app may not look all that great, but it works and was something I could ship in one day. Again, it forces me to keep working on it now that it’s started and out. A UI revamp will be starting soon, and the integration of more services. (foursquare, Facebook, Instagram are all on the table) If you have a suggestion for me, please send an e-mail to betacards@berrycodes.net.
You can download the app from the App Store, for free, today!

BetaCards is an app I built, originally, in one day. The main goal of the app was to force me to do some stuff with the Sincerely Sip SDK I have been planning on doing since October of last year, but kept putting off. 

Using the app is easy — pick a photo from a photo source, and then send it as a postcard using Sincerely. The app is free, each postcard is $1.99 in the U.S. ($2.99 International). I don’t get to keep much of that, but every card purchased through the app helps and is appreciated. 

BetaCards was rejected by Apple at one point due to the name. Apparently, the review team thought I was releasing a beta app, which is a no-no. In the end, I was able to fix two bugs that should have never happened (exactly why you never hear about apps shipping in one day), add Camera+ integration and Apple eventually approved the app, as is.

I know the app may not look all that great, but it works and was something I could ship in one day. Again, it forces me to keep working on it now that it’s started and out. A UI revamp will be starting soon, and the integration of more services. (foursquare, Facebook, Instagram are all on the table) If you have a suggestion for me, please send an e-mail to betacards@berrycodes.net.

You can download the app from the App Store, for free, today!

iQuick Tweet has been approved and will be available on October 12th for both the iPhone and iPad. The cost will be $0.99. 

iQuick Tweet has been approved and will be available on October 12th for both the iPhone and iPad. The cost will be $0.99. 

Please make sure to visit the FourPlay blog for more information and support for our BlackBerry PlayBook foursquare app. 
http://fourplayapp.com

Please make sure to visit the FourPlay blog for more information and support for our BlackBerry PlayBook foursquare app. 

http://fourplayapp.com