Rugby Kick iPhone app

Hi ya'll

I have something really special that I want to share with you today.

Since April, I have been developing an iPhone app called 'Rugby Kick' in preparation for the forthcoming Rugby World Cup in New Zealand in September.

As you might expect with a totally brand new project, I made several royal 'balls up' of things,... notably choosing developers from India, who hadn't even heard of rugby when we came to talk specifics (there's a lesson there for you)...

I made other mistakes too, but stayed on track by sheer determination and bloody mindedness. Changing plans a third of the way through because the developers had misunderstood my request was one of those little nuggets...

Later this year, I will let you have details of:

  1. How to avoid these simple mistakes. Trust me they are simple...
  2. How to generate an app from start to finish...on a webinar perhaps?

Leave your comments below to let me know...

Back to my new baby; the object of the game is to kick a rugby ball between 2 posts called uprights (from different angles and with different wind speeds). If you are successful, you move on to the next level, increasing the difficulty. There are 3 levels in total...that's it!

Is it worth the 59p (99c), you'll have to pay...you betcha!

New iPhone app called rugby kick

New iPhone app called rugby kick

Watch this space for more info soon, but in the interim just alert your rugby friends to my new software 'little beauty...'.

More information will be at:

www.rugbyworldcupkick.com

Anyway, I currently being approved as a developer with Apple, which no mean feat because they don't understand that UK companies can be unincorporated i.e. Non-Limited companies...so watch this space!

I am off now to build that site, along with a new Facebook Fan Page.

Come back for updates...

Llwyddiant!

Joe

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  1. Think Rugby
    6 years ago

    Hey Joe,

    Best of luck with your app from Think Rugby fromm the sounds of it, it sounds great!

    If you want it reviewed then please get in touch, I would love to.

    Again, best of luck mate 🙂
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    Wayne Evans Reply:

    Hey Think Rugby!,

    I appreciate you coming by and leaving a comment…. and for your good luck wishes too!

    OK, great… I’ll drop you a line!

    best regards

    Joe

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