And I quote “…What does this mean?”
Well it’s been a week since v1.2 of the iPhone/iPad version of Wake On Lan was submitted to Apples app store. It’s the one annoying feature of the app store that you never know how long it will take. Thankfully I have been hard at work on 1.3 with more features so once 1.2 goes live I will submit 1.3. Here are a few screen shots to keep you going.
1. The auto discovery page
2. Doing some magic
3. The end results
And after a bit of tinkering
Well it’s not pretty but it works, will add more functionality if there is demand but for now here it is.
Head on over to the main site to download.
The status for the following app has changed to Waiting For Review.
App Name: Depicus Wake On Lan
App Version Number: 1.2
Fixed a bug when a user input Mac Address but nothing else and pressed wake up the app would crash. (Thanks Hugh)
Fixed a scrolling issue with the list of already woken machines that would show overlay text.
Added a bit of extra help information to the help page.
Our coding monkey have been working full time and eating their bananas and have managed to convert the iPhone app to a Universal app which will run natively on the iPad.
Should be live in about a week.
Depicus Wake on Lan for the iPhone is now live on the Apple App Store. You can purchase via iTunes
It’s priced at £1.29 or $1.99 which I hope you don’t find to much. This helps cover the cost of the developer licence.
Enjoy and if you have any comments or suggestions please let me know.