We have received a few questions about our apps compatibility with iOS 11. All of our apps released since 2014 are fully compatible with iOS 11.
Some people are running releases of our apps from 2013 or earlier. These older apps (2013 and earlier) are no longer being updated, and unfortunately the changes Apple has made to iOS 11 will no longer allow these older apps to run. If you wish to continue using one of these older apps you will need to stay with an older release of iOS. Only 2014 or later releases of our apps will work with iOS 11.
We have just added support for all Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets/Phones, and BlackBerry OS v10.3 devices via the Amazon App Store.
Our apps currently available via the Amazon App Store are:
If you would like to see more of our apps available via the Amazon App Store, please let us know.
We have updated Louisiana Apps with the latest revised statutes now available for Android and iOS. To help people with upgrading on iOS and in celebration of our new Android releases we will be discounting the prices on these apps through May 15th.
For iOS, our 2014 Louisiana Apps are available at the followings links:
For Android, our 2014 Louisiana Apps are available at the following links:
Our 2014 Texas Apps fully updated with statutes from the 83rd Legislature are now available for iOS and Android.
For iOS, our 2014 Texas apps are available in the App Store at the following links:
And for Android, our 2014 Texas apps are available in the Google Play Store at the following links:
Our first Android releases are now available in the Google Play store. Other titles will be following soon, and we are discounting the prices on these apps through the end of February
2014 Android Apps Currently Available:
Our 2013 NY CPLR App for iOS was just approved and is now available in the app store. To help with upgrading we are discounting the price on our 2013 NY CPLR for iOS through the end of February.
Our CPLR App is also available for Android in the Google Play Store:
In December Apple approved the 2013 release of our NYPD Patrol Guide App, and we thought that the rest of our releases for 2013 would go smoothly. In fact, our NYPD Patrol Guide has been in the top 50 reference apps since its release, however just a couple of weeks later Apple rejected the 2013 release of our NY Penal Law and NY Vehicle and Traffic Law Apps, calling them spam. This is despite the fact that we have been successfully selling these same apps in Apple’s store since 2009 to very favorable reviews and Apple has demoed and used our apps as a selling point when meeting with law enforcement agencies.
We have been in communication with Apple since then trying to resolve this without much luck. Actually, calling it communication is being generous, since Apple has not been getting back to us. On January 15th we were told that a representative from Apple would call us within 3 days to discuss our 2013 Apps, but we have not yet heard from anyone. We sent another message to Apple a few days ago about the importance of getting these releases out in a timely manner, but still have not heard back.
The arbitrary and capricious nature of Apple’s review process is making it impossible for us to do business and support our customers. We still hope that this can be resolved and that Apple will in fact get back to us, but having our apps sit in limbo for a month or more does not help anybody.
So that we would not be completely dependent on the changing whims of one reviewer or another at Apple in 2012 we decided to create Android releases of our apps as well. The good news here is that we decide what to release and when to release it, and the customer decides if it will be a successful product or not. There isn’t someone like an Apple Reviewer getting in between us and our customers arbitrarily keeping our customers from getting new releases that they want to have.
While we still hope to hear back from Apple and to be able to resolve this, if you would like timely releases and updates of our apps, please be aware that an Android tablet or phone is an option.
The first of our 2013 California Statute Apps are now available for Android! We have just released:
Other titles for California will be available soon. As with our other Android releases, we are discounting the prices on these apps until the end of January.
Where are the 2013 iOS Apps?
We have started receiving questions about where our 2013 Apps for the iPhone/iPad are. For iOS releases we need to go through Apple’s review process. After approving the first of our 2013 Releases for iOS last month, Apple has started rejecting our other 2013 Apps as “Spam” and is refusing to publish them. We are trying to resolve this with Apple to get our apps published, but things are going slowly. We will be putting up more details and updates on the situation with Apple in the next few days.
We have just published our Texas Apps on Android. All of these apps are are current with the 82nd Legislature and are available in the Google Play Store now. To help introduce our Android releases, we are discounting the prices on these apps until the end of January.
We now have a total of five of our popular iOS Apps available for Android in the Google Play Store.
In addition to our 2013 NYPD Patrol Guide, law enforcement including the NYPD and New York State Police will be interested in:
Our two other new Android releases available now are:
These 2013 releases for Android are available now and being discounted until the end of January. The 2013 NYPD Patrol is also available in the Apple App Store, and the other releases will be available for iOS as soon as they complete Apple’s review process.