Some photos I’ve just finished editing from a trip out to Mt Barney in South East Queensland.
Below you can see a small gallery of what we actually delivered with the AppTag product – we’ve now sold out but you an still grab the Apps from he Appstore.
Wow! That was fast, AppTag is now 20% funded in a touch over 48 hours. It took jaja 14 days to get to the same stage. From the feedback I am getting there are a lot of imaginative people out there wanting to write some amazing apps! There are even more who want a quality toy with great gameplay for their kids and themselves.
Here’s a chart from Kickstarter
Got some love from mashable this morning.
In fact it was a pretty glowing critigue of our toy vs the Hasbro product!
Its nice for a seasoned reporter to take a closer look at our toy and compare it favorably to a similar attempt from a huge toy company!
Read the article her: AppTag compared to Lazer tag
Here’s our video too:
Great article in The Australian Newspaper about my business this morning!
Due to their pay wall, you’ll need to do a search on Google to read the whole thing, click here to open a google searchthen click the link in search results. Going into The Australian from Google unlocks the pay wall.
A few blogs have run some stories about jaja now and I’m getting a few interview requests. This has helped push us to 60% funding from 30% funding in just a few days!
I have finished building some of the prototypes with electronics so will demo that as soon as I get an app working in the next day or so. Thanks to our backers it looks like we’ll reach our goal.
For some updates on jaja check out Jon Atherton profile at Kickstarter
Jon Atherton is the creator of Wobble for iPhone, plus many more iOS and Android apps. Please contact Jon for assistance with iOS software development.
Jon also designed Blabr for iPhone. The team is working on Concierge, pinFM and several other innovative ideas!
Here’s a link to Jon Atherton on Facebook I’ll only friend people I know, so if I don’t know you yet it’s probably better to do that first ! :-)
We’re also finally getting the family website up too, you can find a bit more information about Jon Atherton here.
I maintain the Jon Atherton blog a bit more regularly