as an android and pc user, and hater of mac, this is useless to me. I would like to see an android version though. It would have to be cheap really cheap. like others have said, it is doing something for me that I can easily do myself with a pencil, calculator and a piece of paper, your app can just do it faster.
you say you don't want to give it away for free, but you want free advice on how to make it better? Here is an option, why don't you say first (insert number here) to pm me will get this app for free all you have to do is do a write up and let me and the board know how you like it.
Thanks tito, I started actually doing that with some wood bloggers and now waiting till the new app is out (Carpenter Pro
) which has wood grain direction control and display, multiple sheets, plus other usefull features. It is currently under review by Apple and should be out next week, so as soon as it goes out I will generate some promo codes and give it to selected wood bloggers to test and write up about it. I found this method to be more effective in gathering feedback, but don't get me wrong, every one's input here has been also valuable to me.
As for the Android market, I doubt there will be a version out any time soon, mainly due to the fact that you just brought up, that most android market users expect things for free or for next-to-nothing, which makes it hard to justify the development time and effort. However, this is not set in stone, I may reconsider this later on as things progress. Right now I'm just concentrating on the App store market.
By the way, I used to be PC User and a a Mac hater for a long time... actually since back in the 90's, but when you live long enough (for all of you old-timers, 90's is "long enough" in computer age world
), you learn that "things change", so now I've learned to become "open minded"...