One Minute from Read Naturally, Inc.
monte at sweattechnologies.com
Thu Jan 10 17:59:49 CST 2013
Well done Chris
I'll chase you down for a case study ;-)
On 11/01/2013, at 9:34 AM, Chris Sheffield wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've seen others do this, so hope it's okay. :-)
> Read Naturally, Inc. is proud to announce the release of One Minute Reader for iPad (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/one-minute-reader/id465317539?mt=8). This project has been well under way for quite some time now, and we actually had it approved and in the app store before Christmas. But unfortunately we found a problem after release and had to pull it. It's now back up and ready to go.
> The app focuses on reading fluency. It's free to download and includes six sample stories from six different reading levels. Full "books" of stories can be purchased via in-app purchases. It includes a Placement tool to help parents and/or teachers determine exactly which level is right for their children before purchasing. We're very excited, and hope to do an Android version in the near future if all goes well.
> Thanks go out to so many of you in the LiveCode community who offered help and suggestions along the way. Special thanks to Scott Rossi, who did some excellent interface work and his fair share of coding custom controls for us (not to mention his excellent tmControl library), and to Monte Goulding for his work on mergExt, without which some of this wouldn't have been possible (and for great support when I couldn't get something working quite right). Also a special thank you to those at RunRev for developing such a fine tool as LiveCode. They have also offered much help and support along the way.
> Hopefully some of you out there will find the app useful.
> Chris Sheffield
> Read Naturally, Inc.
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