Thursday, May 8, 2014

What's New is Message Scrambler Version 2.2

I've listed three new items in Message Scrambler Version 2.2.

Tweaked user interface to look cleaner and run smoother.

From the first time you launch Version 2.2, I believe the first thing you'll notice is the smoother transitions when editing text, or when ads are shown/hidden. This is because I finally learned how to enable animation in iOS 7. There is still much to learn for me regarding UI design, and I intend to further improve the GUI as I learn new tricks.

You'll also notice that the fonts for the input and output text are a tad smaller, more in line with other Apple apps. This also allows you to see more text without the need for scrolling.

Automatically adjust layout when editing text.

From Version 2.2, the layout now adjusts when you're editing text. This is to ensure that the whole green bar remains visible whenever you're editing text. It also adjusts back to it's original layout after you finish editing.

Updated default messages to help first-time users.

I've replaced the default text, with a short description on how to use Message Scrambler. Hopefully, this would help new users.


Message Scrambler Version 2.2

What do you think of the new changes? Feel free to contact me be replying to this blog. If you like Message Scrambler, feel free to rate us on the App Store by clicking on the link below.


Saturday, April 12, 2014

Visibly highlight selected scrambler method

The latest version of Message Scrambler (2.1.1) includes a change to visibly highlight the selected scrambler method. In previous versions, they are all shown in the same color so you don't really know which scrambler method is active. With the new version, the selected scrambler method is highlighted so you don't have to guess anymore.

Just by looking you will know "Greek" is the active scrambler method

I've also updated the screen shots to make them look a little more clean. Here's a sample screenshot for the iPad to show how Message Scrambler would look when used on an iPad.

Greek? There's an app for that! LOL!

As always, I am looking at ways to better improve Message Scrambler. Do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have questions or suggestions. You can use the "Contact Me" section to the right of this blog, or you can reply to any of my posts on this site. Since I am using Google+ to handle the comments, I should be seeing alerts on my Google+ app whenever I get comments.

Enjoy using Message Scrambler!

Monday, April 7, 2014

Human Minds Are AWESOME!! (Brain Test)

One of the six scramblers supported by Message Scrambler is "Scramble". It can actually convert any text to something that is described in this video I found on YouTube.




Aside from "Scramble", Message Scrambler also supports 5 other scrambling methods, all in one simple and easy to use interface. Share any text you generate quickly with your friends using the "share" button that gives you quick access to Messages, Facebook, Twitter, or even Airdrop! Of course there's also an option to copy the text to your paste board so you can easily paste to your other apps.

Click on the button below to check it out on the App Store! It's free!


Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Greeks rule the world

Surprise your friends with posts and messages that at first glance would look like Greek, but when you try reading them, you should be able to read them as normal English (or whatever Latin language you are using). This is done by replacing letters with similar looking Greek letters.

No need to actually learn Greek to write something that looks like Greek.

Screenshot showing how messages are converted to Greek,
or at least what looks like Greek

Aside from Greek, Message Scrambler also supports 5 other scrambling methods, all in one simple and easy to use interface. Share any text you generate quickly with your friends using the "share" button that gives you quick access to Messages, Facebook, Twitter, or even Airdrop! Of course there's also an option to copy the text to your paste board so you can easily paste to your other apps.

Click on the button below to check it out on the App Store! It's free!


Sunday, March 23, 2014

Jejemon is Back!

The app that brought you Jejemon conversion in 2010 is back. Relive the glory days of Jejemon by converting any message you have into a way of writing, that any true blue Jejemon would appreciate (or maybe just to show your fiends that you can write in Jejemon).

Screenshot converting normal text to Jejemon

Aside from Jejemon, Message Scrambler also supports 5 other scrambling methods, all in one simple and easy to use interface. Share any text you generate quickly with your friends using the "share" button that gives you quick access to Messages, Facebook, Twitter, or even Airdrop! Of course there's also an option to copy the text to your paste board so you can easily paste to your other apps.

Click on the button below to check it out on the App Store! It's free!


Sunday, March 16, 2014

Message Scrambler 2.1 Submitted to Apple

I have just submitted Message Scrambler 2.1 to Apple. It should be available at the App Store once reviewed and approved by Apple. I will be posting details about the new version once it's made available.

Keep checking this site for updates.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

After Two and a Half Years...

After about two and a half years, Message Scrambler is back on the App Store. Feature wise, it's pretty much the same, with six scrambler functions, and a simple one screen user interface but with the much needed fixes to issues that rendered it useless from version 5 of iOS.

Screenshot of Message Scrambler 2.0
Apologies to all those who downloaded it only to see it crash or not behave properly since iOS 5. My fault that I was not able to update it properly to catch up with the yearly advances in the OS.

The important thing is that it's back now. It no longer crashes, at least not that I know of, and I'm also already working on the next version, 2.1. Many things have changed since I last updated it for iOS 4 but they are all good changes and I'm looking forward to keep up with the times.

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