Outer Level Welcomes New Developer to the Team

As I mentioned in my 2010 End of Year post, it’s been a crazy year for Outer Level. Adding two new products (Knapsack and LicenseKeeper for iPhone) and jumping in to Apple’s new Mac App Store has kept me really busy. So busy that I’ve been struggling to get everything done that I need to.

I’d like to welcome Kirby Turner to the Outer Level team. Kirby will be helping out with new development on Knapsack, our travel app.

I met Kirby about a year ago when he first started joining us at the Boston CocoaHeads meetings and we got along right away. As I started considering the need for help, Kirby seemed like the perfect guy to help since he was always asking me about new Knapsack features and when the heck was I going to make an iPad version.

Kirby is an outdoorsman, long-time programmer, and even a budding author: “Learning iPad Programming, A Hands-On Guide to Building Apps for the iPad”

Knapsack 2.1.3

Knapsack 2.1.3 fixes several crashes and the validation errors many have been experiencing. This version also includes a bunch of underlying architectural changes that should improve overall performance and stability.

Read the full Release Notes for
more details.

Use “Check for Updates” under the main Knapsack menu or download it directly.

This update will be available to Mac App Store customers once it passes Apple’s review process.

UPDATE (Feb. 7, 2021): Knapsack 2.1.3 is now available in the Mac App Store.

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