We’d like to take a minute to give you an update about The Hit List, specifically in regard to timing, and where we are with the app. Our primary commitment is to delivering the best products possible. Clearly, we believe in The Hit List, and we brought it in-house at Karelia to ensure that it continues to blossom and thrive.
In the few months that we’ve been working on THL, we’ve made significant progress. The Mac app and the Sync Service have actually been updated with important bug fixes, laying the groundwork for future improvements. (We have maintenance updates in various states of readiness, including one in review now.)
And our support team is doing a phenomenal job answering many first-line support questions. Those are real, tangible improvements.
In an effort to avoid vapor, we are playing things a little bit close to the vest. Also, the specific vision that we’re executing is demanding and requires our full focus. Plus, Apple’s latest WWDC announcements were fairly sizable and significant, and that has changed our internal roadmap a bit as well.
At this point, it’s safe to say that we’re not going to ship any major new versions of The Hit List, on any platform, right before Apple ships brand new OS versions. We’re very excited and looking forward to sharing our vision with you in the future. Of course, at the moment, it’s important to us that we’re heads down and coding, and really focused on bringing The Hit List to the next level.