Thanks to recent changes and ongoing consolidation of the Windows App and Windows Phone App Stores, we have just “associated” our 2
apps. Maestro Flash Cards
What does this mean to you?
If you purchased the app in either store, you will be able to download the app from the other store without paying for it again.
The app can roam data across Windows and Windows Phone.
An icon will be displayed in the store and Windows Phone Store to let customers know that if you get the app in one store you can download it in the other one (and vice versa).
Here’s the first roll out in a series of updates for this month of May.
We wanted to focus on the quality of your experience first, so appreciating the feedback from user
Michael Rivers we have fixed the following issues:
The stems were the wrong length (they should be an octave tall).
Some of the stems were facing the wrong direction.
Before and After:
We apologize that we could not communicate with you Michael via the app store, Microsoft hasn’t enabled the ability for publishers to respond to reviews in the App Store for Windows Store apps yet.
We have permanently lowered the price of the app to US $0.99. In the past the lowest price available was $1.49, but we feel like at this lower price point, more people will enjoy our app 🙂
We refreshed the app logo.
Upcoming changes and Windows Phone update
Windows Phone app will reflect these corrections to our musical notes. ETA: End of this week.
Windows Phone app Spanish translation. ETA: this month.
Quiz Mode for Windows & Windows Phone: we are 80% code complete on this feature, so we are hoping to be done this month.
A new set of features are coming soon, based on feedback and reviews written in the app stores, plus a couple of bug fixes and required changes to be Windows 8.1 – compliant, and Windows 10 and Windows Phone 10 compatible.
Here’s a summary of what we are working on:
Ability to hide known Flash Cards
Unification of Windows Store App and Windows Phone App
Keyboard support for users without touch screen (in some app modes)
Storing preferences and learning progress in device
Expected Release Timeline
Windows Store App –
March 2015 Windows Phone App –
What about iOS and Android?
People keep asking about these other platforms, and development for iOS and Android is expected to resume planning after the Windows and Windows Phone updates go live, so expect some news in Q2 2015, and potential releases in Q3 and Q4 this year, plus some other big news for the Maestro platform.
To allow you to try
for Windows Phone 8, we have just enabled a Trial Mode in the app, which allows you to test all the features with a single Flash Card set. Maestro Flash Cards
To unlock all other Flash Card sets (and any future features we introduce in the future), you will have to make a one-time purchase.
The app update (
) is available now! version 1.1
Maestro for Windows Phone v1.1
– The INERDTIA dev team
The Windows Phone version of
Maestro Flash Cards has been submitted to the Windows Phone App Store for certification!
Here is a teaser screenshot of the app running on the simulator:
The app runs on all Windows Phone 8 devices.