iDailyBooth 1.2 sneak peek

I’m so excited to be a part of the beta test/evaluator team for Martin Bowling‘s latest iPhone app iDailyBooth (app store link). The 1.0 release was pushed out to fill a demand and even Martin says he feels it went out a little too early. Well let me tell you that 1.1 had improvements but 1.2 has even more.

The biggest improvement that I love is speed. There’s been some great tweaks to the user interface that were well thought out. For example when submitting a new photo the buttons have been reordered and the speed to get to the camera is almost instantaneous unlike in 1.0 when it took 15+ seconds.

There’s also the addition of the users photo stream. Now you need to understand some of the background on what’s happening. There’s currently no API to allow quick easy queries so iDailyBooth has been completely developed using available web POST queries. The photos are pulled through a little known RSS feed, so it can take some time to load.

Overall the experience of 1.2 is exponentially greater than previous versions. I’ve also been informed the team at is also working on an API and told Martin to start working on iDailyBooth 2.0. I’d suggest you get your feature requests in now. Easiest way is to leave them in the comments below and I’ll be sure to pass them on to Martin.

Download your copy of iDailyBooth now!

iDailyBooth 1.2 startup screeniDailyBooth 1.2 snap photo screeniDailyBooth 1.2 view photos

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3 Responses to “iDailyBooth 1.2 sneak peek”

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  2. redgilda Says:

    I am just wondering if there will be a proper application and not just a ‘web browser’ as it seems to be now…. for example – Will there be a way to post a comment with a picture?
    I assume (or hope?) that this would be possible once the API is done by DB?

  3. Marshall Says:

    According to Martin and his insiders at DailyBooth a lot more functionality will be included once the API is active and you can be sure that iDailyBooth will be out quickly with an upgraded app once it is available.

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