With the iPad, Apple introduced a new user interface element called the popover. This was mainly used in apps where there was a navigation list and a larger view showing more information: what Apple calls a Master-Detail application.
In landscape mode, the list is shown fully on the left of the screen and the details on the right. Switch to portrait mode and the list disappears, but is accessible from a button in the top left that shows the popover.
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In Pic-a-POD for iOS, when you tap the camera button to save a picture, it shows the following dialog (or something similar, depending on your device and configuration):
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As a small developer with no marketing budget, getting your apps out there is a problem. You send notices to all the big review sites, along with promo keys so they can try it for free, but it’s a bit like going for your first job: you have no experience so we can’t give you a job, so you can’t get experience. Unless you or your apps are already famous, it is very difficult get the publicity needed to make them famous.
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This update became available on the App Store on 21st March 2012.
Mainly a bug fix, as for some reason the Sources menu was no longer showing anything, which meant that there was no way to change your selection of PODs to get.
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A new version of Pic-a-POD is currently waiting for review in the App Store. This should come online in the next few days and the update will be available through the App Store application. The main new feature is a Recent Desktops menu so you can flick back through the last 10 desktops used.
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