Today’s issue of the Indie Dev Monday newsletter, by Josh Holtz, just came out, featuring me and TimeStory. He had some very nice things to say about my app, and asked some great questions. (I managed to write some answers to them, too.)
If you’re not already, I highly recommend subscribing to that newsletter (email or RSS) if you’re at all into Apple indie apps. I’ve been reading it since the beginning. It’s been a fantastic source for learning about other indie devs and their work. He does a really good job finding people, learning about their apps, and interviewing them, and is also just a really nice guy. (There’s also a section in each newsletter where developers can post new or updated apps, which is another great source of discovery, and one I’ve taken advantage of to advertise my updates a few times now.)
Also, Josh lives in Chicagoland, like me, and has been organizing Deep Dish Swift, a new indie-focused, Swift-focused tech conference in the area for next spring. I’m registered already, which is how we connected, and I’m really looking forward to it!