Vibra-slappa rata-tat-tatta

Whew! It has been a busy couple of weeks. We started, finished, and released to the App Store our first iPhone application and launched a new iPhone consultancy company, Believe in Science Software. Right now it’s all still pretty exciting, so I’m feeling both exhausted and extremely energized at the same time.

The app is called Beatnik, and it’s a simple little auxiliary percussion application that features 21 different instruments.

Get hip to the vibra-slappa, rata-tat-tatta.
Clap it, kick it, crash it, hit it.
Bang a gong and get it on.
Dangle your angle or jingle your jangles.
Beatnik‚Ķplay it over iTunes…Play it to your own tune…yeah.

Our launch story so far is an international affair with sales in Japan, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, Canada, The Russian Federation, and the good ol’ U.S. of A. — all in the first three days! The App Store experience is amazing and solidifies my belief that iPhone development is where it’s at.

We have already submitted a new version with significant improvements to Apple for review, so hopefully it will be available within a week or so.

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