Hex Map Pro has been submitted to the App Store.
If history is any guide, the anonymous gnomes who review apps for approval should get their mitts on it on or around March 6th and release it to the App Store a few hours later. That will move it to the top of the “what new” list in the game section and thousands of people will give it a look. After that it will drift down the list and only be found by people who search using one of the right key words or are referred by friends. If any of you have ideas for how to let other people know about this app or others, please either let me know or, you know, just do it.
If you’ve been following along, you know what to expect in this first non-free release of a Hex Map app. No, the must-requested “let me use my own map” option isn’t there (yet), but the also popular “don’t crash as much” and “I want multiple saves” are there. I finally settled on a price of $3.99. I think that’s fair, especially since the free Hex Map app is also available. I hope at least a quarter of the Hex Map users decide it’s worth upgrading, but we’ll just have to see what happens.
Thanks for your support and suggestions.