I’ve just sent out emails to all the people who signed up for the Xblaze iPhone Beta. You should have received them by the time you read this.
I’m hoping for a lot of feedback, during this beta test period, so don’t be shy to report the bugs you find and suggest the feature requests you have!
Happy beta testing!
I know its been quite on the Xblaze front recently, and for that I apologise, but here’s a surprise to make up.
I’ve been hard at work since the release of Xblaze on a new project that a small number of you already know about. Here’s a sneak peek:
So if you have an iPhone or iPod Touch with OS 3.0 or later, and want to help beta test Xblaze for iPhone, all you need to do is send me an e-mail with your full name and the UDID of your device.
To get the UDID of your device, you can download and install a free iPhone app called UDID sender. Alternatively, you can copy it from iTunes:
- Connect your iPhone/iPod Touch to your computer and wait for iTunes to open.
- After any automatic syncing has finished, click on your device in the source list on the left side of the iTunes window.
- There you should see some information about your iPhone/iPod under the summary tab. Click once on the Serial Number label and it will switch to show the UDID.
- When the UDID is showing, press CMD + C on your keyboard, or select Edit > Copy from the menu bar. This will copy the whole 40 character UDID string to your clipboard, which you can then paste into an e-mail to me.
Personally, I find it easier to use the UDID Sender app.
Once you’ve pasted the UDID into an e-mail, please ensure that it is exactly 40 characters long. I can’t do anything with a UDID that is missing a few characters.
When the beta starts, if you’ve sent me your UDID, you will receive an e-mail from me containing a Zip file and some instructions on how to install the App.