nickys saidIs Macbook with Retina display worth of money that you pay for it? Can you post spec. please
Drugs and strippers.
Just kidding, bought a 15 inch macbook retina, used Nikon D50, Mercedes CLK coming soonAnd a rice maker machine.
The MBP Retina is an awesome machine, but I wouldn’t buy it again It’s a lot of money for a laptop!
nickys saidNo way to integrate Pushover ?
corsonr saidNo, it doesn’t include push notifications for now, because it costs a good amount of money to keep this service running. If this app gets popular enough, it will include it for sure.
that looks very promising ! Does it include Push notifications?
Will see how it goes after launch on the App Store. It all goes down to money, because running push notifications isn’t cheap
I realy like the first version of this app
But I’m not happy with that green. It hurts my Eyes
Also the icon needs some refinement cause currently it looks more like a mid 90’s sci-fi adventure game.
- pull-to-refresh for all section!
- some overview when clicking on the avatar (with total sales, commission rate and other stuff)
- push notifications for new comments/new ratings/sales
How do you get the marketplace sales stats?
Your username and API key was there when I opened the APP!If this app is avaialbe on the store I would also pay more for it
Thanks for the feedback, really helpful! Just submitted an update to remove my username and API key, I forgot to remove them after I did some testing.
It will be a paid app, I’m thinking about $1.99 I have to release a new build to add the new devices and you will receive an email. Will do that in a few minutes.
So I’ve tested the App, and a few things are missing in my opinion:
- The current commission rate.
- The current deposit balance (some of us might have deposit balance as well).
- Monthly statement (I’ve often wanted to do some comparison between months).
- View my current items with the number of sales and ratings.
- When any of the inputs are empty (username or api key), display a message that both files are required or something, instead of asking to check for the API.
Check out my Windows Phone app and see if you can get anything from it, I’ve done it using only the API provided by Envato: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/envato-stats/b69b49bd-b9d1-4422-9c7a-49b47050cffd
Also you might want to check the current Apps on the iTunes Store which have push notifications and they are tagged at 1,99$ it’s more likely your potential customers would get those ones since they have a beautiful design as well and seems to be more “features” rich, and judging from the number of ratings, this kind of applications doesn’t sell at all (don’t want to discourage you, just my thoughts).
Regarding the iPad version, I think there is too much green on the right side, my suggestion is to switch the green to white and vice-versa since the sidebar separator is pretty visible.I hope my feedback helps you and good luck!
Thanks for the feedback
nickys saidNo problems, it’s a shame that they don’t support such feature – and yeah, paying for such a service won’t worth. The app will be free or paid when it’s out of beta? Also I’ve registered from the e-mail you provided me, I am in the GreenPaw team, however on the Apps section I see “You have no apps yet” message, any clue?
[...] Edit: don’t get me wrong, I would love to have that feature, it just costs too much at this point
It will be a paid app, I’m thinking about $1.99
I have to release a new build to add the new devices and you will receive an email. Will do that in a few minutes.
Thanks I just realized there are no screens from the iPad version, here is what it looks there:
nickys saidAlso I would love to test it, I’ve got an iOS device. Too bad if it won’t have push notifications, I am wondering why does it costs? When I wrote my Windows Phone application I mimic the Push Notifications by creating a background agent that checked the current balanced (saved when the app was first opened) vs. the one from the API request, if there was difference between them, I’ve sent the notification. Not sure about iOS tho, but I am more than sure that you can run background agents while the app is closed. The app seems to be fine, please consider push notifications, I was about to make my own iOS app for Envato, but since you do a great job I’ll wait to see what you will bring, my e-mail is email@example.com – thank you.
P.S. I will appreciate it if this topic gets moved to the All Marketplaces section, I didn’t realize that I posted it on CodeCanyon only
It’s not the same on iOS, you can’t have any background agents running. The way push notifications work is you setup your own server, get a certificate from Apple, do your thing on your server (check for updates, new sales, etc etc) and when you want to send a notification, you send it to Apple’s servers instead, and they send it to the actual device. And you will cry when you see your bandwidth bill
Edit: don’t get me wrong, I would love to have that feature, it just costs too much at this point