The Play store is showing it as incompatible for my devices as well. Seems
like it might be a bug with the store as the app stopped showing up in our
publishers dashboard too.
On Monday, April 23, 2012 8:26:16 PM UTC-4, Eric Mill wrote:
> Congrats, Brian, I'm really happy to see this.
> I've been getting feature requests for Campyre that I've been
> unable/unwilling to fill for years now - it's always been a tiny side
> project and I've just never cared enough to evolve it as Android evolved.
> In fact, I think I'm going to remove Campyre from the Google Play store and
> direct people to Lantern when they email.
> I will say, though, that in my two years hosting Campyre as a free app on
> the store, I've never really detected a well of untapped Campfire users on
> Android. I don't mind sharing my download numbers, it's not like I'm
> running a business - I've gotten 7,569 all-time installs, 2,059 of them
> still "active". I briefly had a $2 donation version, which got about 100
> downloads. If I'd seen stronger pickup, I might have been more inclined to
> put more of my time into the app.
> Though the several most recent reviews aren't so great, in general the
> app's sustained a 4 star average, and I don't think a lot of people looking
> for a Campfire app would have declined to even install a free app that did
> it, even if they uninstalled it shortly thereafter.
> Perhaps I shouldn't underestimate the power of polish and marketing,
> though - I hope you do discover that market, and that the app does very
> well! It looks beautiful.
> I'd like to go buy it and try it out, but the Google Play Store is telling
> me it's incompatible with all my devices, and it doesn't appear when I
> search on the Play app on my phone. I'm using an unlocked GSM Galaxy Nexus,
> Android 4.0.2. I haven't yet encountered an app that my phone is
> incompatible with - any ideas?
> -- Eric
> On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 8:08 PM, Jeremy Kemper <jer...@37signals.com>wrote:
>> Congratulations, Brian!
>> On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 4:28 PM, Brian Muse <br...@onemightyroar.com>
>> > Hi all,
>> > We've just launched a brand new Campfire client for Android called
>> > The app features a very ICS-friendly UI with layouts for phones and
>> > We made sure to bake in some of the fun gems in Campfire, such as
>> emojis and
>> > sound messages. There is also great support for notifications as well
>> as a
>> > variety of other features and settings. Hopefully this will provide an
>> > acceptable new option for Android users frustrated with the current
>> lack of
>> > a solid Campfire app. We think you'll enjoy it.
>> > If you stumble upon any bugs (we have a limited testing team, so go
>> > we'll respond asap if you email andr...@onemightyroar.com. We'd love
>> to hear
>> > feedback/suggestions!
>> > The app is available on Google Play for
>> > $1.99:
>> > Additionally we will be open sourcing a fairly comprehensive Campfire
>> > java library we made for this app on github. Will post here when that
>> > up.
>> > Best,
>> > Brian Muse
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