It’s been a while since the last time I published the FREE iPhone App “Photographers Rights“. Finally I got the time to update it changing the interface and adding a book about Creative Commons that you can buy as an in-app purchase for just $0.99, which will also help me keep working on the app. Creative Commons is a very important topic in photography, and if you still haven’t get your hands on it, you better do. It’s an easy way to license your work selecting a convenient range of different licenses, simple to understand and easy to use.
Before submitting the app to Apple I would like to know if you have any suggestions. This is the new look, it’s tab based now and the language sections have new entries for German and also a funny entry for an Austrian dialect :)
It’s iPhone5 compatible but there is not an iPad version yet! Sorry for iPad users, I just didn’t have enough time to work on it.
Some people suggested me to ask someone for a native English check. It wasn’t easy to find, because the app has a LOT of content, so what I’m about to do now is to create some sort of collaborative site so everybody can help. Of course the people that help in the app will have their names and social links in the about section. I still have to decide which one to use. Maybe Google pages or Wikimedia. I also want to use the collaborative tool to make it simple for non technical people, like lawyers, to help improving the legal part and also to port the whole thing in different languages and more countries. This app will always be FREE! The in-app purchase part is just an add-on to help me keep working on it, but of course, every new addition like languages, countries and improvements on the actual content, won’t be in in-app purchase and won’t be commercialized, that content will always be free.
Let me know what you think, so I can submit this to Apple soon :)