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Word Connectors iOS 8 Incompatibility

September 18th, 2014 by Corey Davis

Due to changes in iOS 8, Word Connectors v1.0.2 and below do not work properly on the new operating system.  We are currently working on a new version of Word Connectors written entirely in Apple’s new Swift programming language. As soon as we can, we will get a working version of Word Connectors back online. For now, […]


Posted in Apple, Conxsys, Games, 849 views, 0 Comments
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#RateFriday

April 25th, 2014 by Corey Davis

Until I released Word Connectors I didn’t fully understand just how important rating apps is to indie developers. Once your app is released you have a small window of time in the New Releases section which sometimes gets you on the main App Store page and usually gets you on the main page of a […]


Posted in Android, Apple, Conxsys, Games, General, Titanium, 2,332 views, 4 Comments
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Word Connectors: 1,000 Downloads Milestone

January 27th, 2014 by Corey Davis

I am amazed to report that Word Connectors broke the 1,000 downloads milestone in less than a week! This has been a very interesting week watching the downloads and reviews come in. Thank you to all of our new customers and everyone who has downloaded, reviewed, and paid for Word Connectors.


Posted in Android, Apple, Conxsys, Games, Kindle Fire, 3,205 views, 1 Comment
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Word Connectors

January 21st, 2014 by Corey Davis

It has been a long time goal of mine to enter the gaming market. I’m thrilled to say that, after entering an agreement with game designer Ann Stone last year, today we are releasing Word Connectors and Word Connectors Free! This fun, word association game is great for both quick bursts of play or for […]


Posted in Android, Apple, Games, Kindle Fire, 15,182 views, 6 Comments
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Steve Jobs

October 6th, 2011 by Corey Davis

As you know by now, yesterday we lost a visionary. Though we all strive in our daily lives to change the world — and in small ways we do change it — there are some among us who do so in broad, sweeping strokes. Steve Jobs was one of those people. He touched all of […]


Posted in Apple, 3,932 views, 2 Comments
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iPhone 4 First Impressions

June 24th, 2010 by Corey Davis

Yesterday I was one of the lucky early recipients of the iPhone 4. This was an upgrade from a 3GS, so not a major upgrade (or so I thought), but it had enough new features to make me want to upgrade now. After unpacking the device and performing the first sync (an hour long process […]


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Think You Don’t Need To Defrag Your Mac? Think Again!

February 9th, 2010 by Corey Davis

There are two camps of Mac users: those that think you don’t have to defrag a Mac and those that know better. I am now firmly in the “those that know better” camp. I do not go easy on my Mac. I download, install, and subsequently delete a lot of data. I also use Parallels […]


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Posted in Apple, 4,775 views, 3 Comments
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Talk Me Down: End-of-Life for First Generation iPhone Looming?

March 17th, 2009 by Corey Davis

Today Apple held their press event for the iPhone 3.0 SDK preview. There are some great things coming to the new iPhone OS, due to launch in the summer, but a comment by Greg Joswiak near the end of the event regarding the launch date of the OS caught my attention: And we’re going to […]


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Time Machine Crash Resolved

October 26th, 2008 by Corey Davis

If you follow me on Twitter then you will know that I recently tweeted an issue in which Time Machine was failing causing my MacBook Pro to crash in what is essentially akin to the BSOD for Windows users.  The first time this happened I wasn’t even using the laptop.  The second time I was […]


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The Pointless Upgrade

June 10th, 2008 by Corey Davis

Today I got a popup letting me know that PGP Desktop for Mac had been upgraded. I downloaded it and looked through the readme to see what was new. Apparently nothing has changed in the last two releases: I went ahead and upgraded, but I’m not really sure why.


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