We’ve had a couple of reports that the tiqr App crashes during enrolment on iOS 4.2.1. If you experience this problem please let us know so we can investigate it. Upgrading to the latest release of iOS resolves the problem.
Our presentation on tiqr at the Internet2 Spring Member was well attended, and we are very happy with the enthusiastic response we got from the crowd. If you would like to download the latest version of the slides, click here, for a partial video (first 33 minutes includes demo) click here.
Since early last night tiqr for iPhone is available on the App Store! Many thanks to our team and the guys at Egeniq for some hard work and to the App Review team at Apple for some speedy reviewing. Read more here.
Version 1.0.0 of tiqr is now available for free from the App Store!
I’ve also now added a pre-built version of the tiqr 1.0.0 Android App for download: tiqrAndroid (see also tiqr 1.0.0 sources released)
I’ve just uploaded all the sources for the release we have tagged ‘1.0.0’. This is the first public release of the Tiqr source. Please note that the Android version is lagging behind and lacks some of the features of the iPhone feature, but we’ve tagged it 1.0.0 anyway so we have a consistent package of […]
After an initial rejection because we forgot to indicate that we use a camera in the App metadata, our iPhone App is now under review. We are crossing our fingers and hoping that the App will be available in the App Store somewhere early next week. We’ll keep you posted!
The tiqr demo site is now online! Check it out here.
The very first public presentation on tiqr will be held at the Internet2 Spring Member Meeting in Arlington VA on April 20th. If you’re at the I2SMM, please come join us in Salon D at 1:15PM! More information can be found in the I2SMM schedule. The slide deck for the presentation can be downloaded from […]