In the latest digital news related to SOMETHING MISSING and my writing in general, there are now applications available to iPhone and Android users who might be interested:
First, and most exciting, my wife and I designed an Android app that compiles all of my online content into one, easy –to-access location. My blogs, my Twitter feed, my Flickr feed and more can all be accessed through this app, entitled Matthew Dicks.
Easy to remember.
I don’t have an Android phone, so I’ve only been able to view the app through the design software, so if you happen to download the app, which is free, please let me know what you think. Changes are still possible if you find any bugs.
The iPhone version of this app should be ready in about two weeks. It’s already been designed and submitted, but Apple’s approval process is considerably longer than Android.
But if you have an iPhone and are dying for some of my content, the digital version of SOMETHING MISSING is currently available as an app for your iPhone. You can purchase it in the iTunes music store or through CNET or Applolicious.
I’m sort of a CNET geek, so I was pretty excited when I saw that the book could be purchased through their website.