Just in time for WWDC, App is available to rent and purchase on iTunes!
Thanks, Gray Langur!
A very special "thank you" to backer Gabriel Cubbage, CEO of Gray Langur for sponsoring this release and bringing the story of indie developers' struggles with the App Store to a wider audience. Gray Langur offers jaw-dropping tours of Bhutan, as you can see in the video below.
- Brent's and Ish's commentary will be up on Vimeo tomorrow. Sorry for the delay.
- I'm waiting to hear back from Enoch on the soundtrack files that include the metadata.
See you at WWDC,
The Developers Union
As you know, App chronicled the struggle of indie developers dealing with the limitations of the App Store model. So along with some fans of the film and Brent Simmons, we decided it was time to do something.
Today at 9 AM PT The Developers Union launches to advocate for sustainability. Be some of the first to add your app or join as a supporter and let's make the next 10 years of the App Store much better for developers than the first 10.
Enoch emailed over the finished soundtrack last week and it sounds great. Keep an eye on your Kickstarter messages today for a download link.
Next week I'll be adding the third commentary to the collection. This one features Brent and Ish! If you backed at this level, the new commentary will automatically be added to the other commentaries on Vimeo. Hopefully there will still be more to come in the near future.
I'll be in San Jose Tuesday to produce the video for The Talk Show Live with John Gruber and secret guests. I love meeting backers, so please say "hi" if you're around or at the show. I'll be the guy with the cameras.
App Stories have slowed down but after WWDC I'll be back to getting them out more regularly. Neven's interview is up next!