Skimn for iPad is finally available on the App Store. It's taken a little longer than we expected but we are very excited about how Skimn has it turned out. Oh, and it's completely Free!
I've wrote a few works abut how Skimn came about and it's development. You can read that here
Designed by moi and built by the ever awesome @Nicholas L. Eby .
(I know the screenshots are not awesome)
11 months ago
by Luke Beard
I gave the site a new looks too (if not a cliché one) .
Take a look!
11 months ago
Finally! Awesome work man! @Nicholas L. Eby I heard he's a good dev :P
Amazing! @Luke Beard
Congrats on the launch @Luke Beard !
Congrats on the release!
Just my 2 cents on visual design, the blue buttons / selected state could be a little less "flashy" http://skimnapp.com/assets/images/share-post.jpg
@Jean-Marc Denis agreed :) and thanks!
great work :)
Agree with @Jean-Marc Denis on those buttons and selected state. The rest is gorgeous! Great work @Luke Beard
Not available on US?
@Rovane Durso should be available everywhere : ( let me know if you still cant get it.
Heads up: the iTunes link is 404'ing.
iTunes link is broken
@Adam Debreczeni @Olivier Massain fixed, whoops
@Luke Beard wasn't available from your link. Worked after App Store search. Thx!
Why is there only one screenshot of the app in the appstore?
Amazeballs Luke. Really been wishing for a feeder like this.
2¢… First thing I did was try to rotate it to portrait once I had a feed up to read. Wouldn't it be cool if the feeds nav went away for a focused reading while in portrait?
@Cody Jones Yup, just working out the best implementation for it
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