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¡Tweetfeet no es Facil!

Han visto este espectacular comercial de Carozzi?

¡Si, ese teclado es real! y ReignDesign, tu empresa favorita en la creación de aplicaciones móviles, desarrollo las versiones mobiles de TweetFeet.

!Es tiempo de terminar con el sedentarismo! Parate y twitea con tus pies.

La entretenida idea de escribir un tweet con los pies viene de la agencia BBDO. El teclado gigante usado en el comercial, como la interacción y back end del proyecto fue realizado por MZZO. Juntos creamos esta nueva forma de Twittear.

Una vez que descargues TweetFeet, comienza a moverte y deja que tus pies escriban. Rotando tu teléfono te permitida ver varias letras y símbolos. Una vez encontrada la letra correcta, haz una patada en el aire. Luego de escribir tu mensaje, hace un ¨shake¨ con tu teléfono y postea en Twitter o Facebook.

¿Buen entrenamiento, no? Tweetfeet is entretenido de usar, pero probablemente to reemplace una hora en el gimnasio a no ser que que tengas mucho sobre que Twitear. La aplicación esta disponible en Google Play y en la App Store.

 

Tweetfeet is No Easy Feat!

Have you seen this amazing commercial from Carozzi, the Chilean pasta company?

Yes, that’s a real keyboard! And ReignDesign, your favorite app company, developed the mobile versions of Tweetfeet.

It’s time to stop being sedentary! Get up and Tweet with your feet!
The novel idea of typing with your feet came from the ad agency, BBDO. The keyboard used in the commercial as well as the backend work was developed by MZZO. Together we have created a keyboard that’s designed for writing, posting, and tweeting with your feet.

Once you’ve downloaded Tweetfeet, start walking and let your feet do the typing. Turning your phone will allow you to see various letters and symbols. Once you find the correct letter, kick your leg into the air. After you have type-kicked your message, shake your phone to post to Twitter or Facebook.

Great workout, right? Tweetfeet is fun to use, but it probably won’t replace an hour at the gym unless you have a lot to Tweet about. The app is now available on Google Play and the App Store.

Introducing Speeding Ticket: Speed through your Uservoice support tickets

We're please to announce Speeding Ticket, ReignDesign's newest iPhone app. It's designed for companies that use Uservoice HelpDesk to respond to customer support emails.

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Small businesses which offer products and web-based services online, often get hundreds of support requests via email and their website. Uservoice simplifies the process of replying to these support requests.
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It turns the emails and messages into "tickets", and then staff members can reply to tickets, including sending "canned" responses and assigning certain tickets to specific users.
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ReignDesign wanted to make a faster way to deal with tickets. So, we created Speeding Ticket. Our iPhone app allows you to quickly work through a backlog of tickets using swipe gestures to quickly close tickets, reassign them, or send a canned reply. This saves businesses time and money, and allows employees to focus on the tickets which require more detailed attention and a personal response.

Speeding Ticket is fully customizable. You can select gestures, like swiping up or down, to assign tickets or swipe left or right to delete a ticket.

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We're excited to see what you'll be able to do with Speeding Ticket. You can download the app today from the App Store.

Got suggestions on how to make Speeding Ticket better? Get in touch!

Does your app contain, display or access third-party content?

Apple have recently added a new question into the iTunes Connect flow when submitting a new app, or an update to an existing app.

"Does your app contain, display or access third-party content?"

If you answer "No", you can continue with the submission, if you answer "Yes" you are asked a further question, "Do you have all necessary rights to that content or are you otherwise permitted to use it under the laws of each App Store territory in which your app is available (for example, fair use).

If you answer "Yes", you can continue, if you answer "No" you are shown a warning, and a link to the trademarks section of the App Store Guidelines.

This doesn't appear to be any new policy on Apple's part, but we can guess that Apple is planning to enforce the guidelines more strictly in future, in particular guideline 8.5:

8.5 Apps may not use protected third party material such as trademarks, copyrights, patents or violate 3rd party terms of use. Authorization to use such material must be provided upon request.

This seems most likely to affect apps which use the brand names or logos of other companies, for example apps which show fashion products, sports teams, TV network logos, etc. Be prepared to submit written documentation that you have the right to show such content, even in the past Apple has not rigorously required this.

Retirement of Our Older Apps

To our fans:                                                                                     

Thank you for downloading, playing, and loving our apps! ReignGames has enjoyed creating such fun and high quality games. As our products evolved, we were able to gain experience in the market and develop a variety of applications. However, maintaining too many apps can be detrimental for all of them. That’s why we’ve decided that it’s time to retire some of our older apps. By “retire”, we mean that the app will no longer be updated, and this includes bug-fixes.

When?
By the end of 2013.

What?
The following apps will not be updated, but they will be available in the app store.

Pig Rush
Spot the Difference
Spot the Difference with Friends
Monster Chorus
ZMVW
Flockwork
Save Me
Lovely

If you have any questions, please contact support@reigndesign.com.

Thank you again for your patronage! We appreciate our millions of fans, and we look forward to creating more entertaining and cutting-edge apps for you!